For these five Manitoba tourism companies, being mindful of environmental impact is a big part of their identity. Here's how they put into action all sorts of sustainability initiatives to ensure that they - and the unique corner of Manitoba they occupy - are around for future generations to enjoy.
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Header photo by @urbanheart There's a lot to explore beneath the Wheat City's quiet, agrarian facade. Brandon is Manitoba's second largest city, and thus, very worthy of a weekend getaway for under-the-radar gems that'll leave you wanting more. Here are 10 reasons why you need to plan a visit to
During October and November in Manitoba, all eyes turn north to Churchill. The sleepy frontier town (pop. 900) along the shores of Hudson Bay swells in population, transforming into a hot spot for wildlife-seeking travellers geared up to witness the annual migration of polar bears onto the sea ice.
Header image by @leavethemap Over the course of summer, Travel Manitoba hosted Creator House Winnipeg - a digital ode to Winnipeg that invited 10 content creators from across Canada and the US to discover our fair city for 6 days and showcase their travels. The result was 10 weeks worth of creative
When you visit Camp Morton, a tiny provincial park tucked away 8 km north of Gimli, it’s easy to understand why Monsignor Thomas W. Morton choose the spot in 1920 to develop a Roman Catholic summer camp for children. Crashing waves, verdant lawns, and fresh air abound - it’s pure solitude along the
The one upside of being a Manitoban who does not own a cabin is that my family’s summer weekends are spent exploring the province. We often go on daytrips - a quick adventure past the perimeter around Winnipeg’s greater metropolitan region – to get a quick and easy change of perspective. I love that
"You can't." "Please don't". "I said no". These are too common of phrases that I mutter as a mom. I work hard to set boundaries for my kids, but then a recent visit to the Manitoba's Children Museum eschewed all my rules. Gasp! It allowed my kids just to be kids. Here are five fun ways the Manitoba
I love being a tourist at home. Since a tropical winter vacation wasn't in the budget this year, I'm taking full advantage of my kids being out of school for spring break to take them on a learning vacation...around their hometown of Winnipeg. Check out our 48-hours itinerary, which combines
Header photo by Sarah McCulloch To an outsider, a “Goog” “meat shouldering” or “booter” sound like the punchline of a bad joke. But to a Manitoban, these words actually have meaning. English and French are widely spoken across Canada, but every region has a unique vocabulary only understood by those
Let's face it: some of us have no desire to strap on cross country skis, snowshoes or skates and spend a few frosty hours outdoors in winter getting our sweat on. We'd rather keep the feeling in your fingers and toes, and expand our mind while staying indoors. But we are huge advocates of getting