Le pavillon canadien-français du festival Folklorama Plongez dans la culture canadienne française le temps d’une soirée en visitant le pavillon canadien-français du festival Folklorama! Chaque année, début août, au Centre culturel franco-manitobain, en plein cœur du quartier de Saint-Boniface,
Header photo by Josh Lund A summer without camping isn't summer at all. This is a sentiment shared by many (I'd argue, most) Manitobans and one that rings true to my heart. While you may already have your go-to spots and your seasonal sites secured, I challenge you to expand your camping horizons to a new region of the province. Here are 10 gorgeous places to camp in Manitoba that you should absolutely check out this summer. To make reservations, visit the Manitoba Parks Reservation System .
Manitoba’s movie business is booming. And while some might attribute that success to Manitoba’s very competitive tax credit, we like to think producers choose Manitoba for the same reasons visitors do: compelling destinations that offer interesting experiences for visitors – and unique locations for movie makers. Here are a few big (and small) screen worthy attractions to visit now that these productions have wrapped.
You know that feeling where after a long day of work you just want to head home and crash? But instead, you end up vegging out, mindlessly watching the latest episode of whatever’s on TV. We know. We’ve done that too. And while there’s absolutely nothing wrong with spending an evening in, there’s
Summer is meant for adventure, and sometimes that adventure is as simple as heading out on the highway in search of some amazing drive in food. How many of these drive in (and drive-in-esque) establishments can you visit this year?
Header Photo: Prairie Firehouse We Manitobans know a thing or two about patio season. But some people might incorrectly assume that our favourite summertime hangouts can only be found within Winnipeg's city limits. That, my friends, is just plain WRONG! There are a number of spots around the province where you can sit back, bask in the warmth of the sun on your face, while enjoying your favourite ice-cold brew, pitcher of fruity sangria, or one of those cute cocktails with a paper umbrella floating on top! Here are a few options where you can wet your whistle this summer:
There’s quite a bit happening this week to engage all of the senses. From wine and whisky tastings to birding breakfasts, take a look and create your own fun itinerary from our line-up of what’s hot in Manitoba. See the artillery and try on uniforms ongoing RCA Museum, Heritage Gallery The RCA
Header photo: Kyle Schappert If you love long drives and equally adore dining out, we suggest combining your two loves and make an outing of it. Whether you live in the north, south, east or west, there’s some good grub just a drive away. Here are 14 dinner destinations we think are worth the drive.
Earth Day is just around the corner, a global event that reminds us of our responsibility to maintain a clean and healthy environment for the generations to come. This Sunday also happens to be Easter, which means brunch and egg hunts. As you head out to enjoy the frills and fancies of an event-filled week, don’t forget how much of an impact your own actions have on preserving the environment. Here’s all that’s hot in Manitoba.
Unless you’ve been living under a Casterly Rock, you’d know that one of TV’s most watched series ever is about to come to its final oathbreaking conclusion. With this in mind, we couldn’t help but notice Manitoba bears some striking resemblances to Westeros. With its mosaic of geography and people,