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
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Header photo of Huron Woodwork ornament by Ivy Delos Santos Are you on the hunt for a gift for the ultimate Manitoban in your life? We checked in with Third + Bird, the province's largest artisan market (and 2018 winner of Travel Manitoba's tourism innovation award), and asked them to recommend
I thought I knew the Wheat City. With family roots in the fields of southwest Manitoba, I spent a fair amount of time in Brandon growing up: holiday breaks visiting cousins, an annual outing to the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, and a handful of high school sporting events all framed my experience of
Fall + harvest = the perfect time to head to the farm. Manitoba's agrarian roots are something special. Our connection to the land makes us unique as a people, and spending time among an idyllic prairie farm setting is good for the soul. Here are some ways to plan a family day trip or weekend
Header photo by ChrisD.ca We’re half way through summer, and considering the hotter-than-normal temps, we reckon you’ve already logged a few days at your favourite beach. Now it’s time to consider straying from your usual path, and planning a trip to these less explored towns in Manitoba that you didn’t realize have a beach vibe.
The neat thing about a museum experience is that it's different for everyone. No two people share the same journey while there. Just as the museum exhibits are curated by professionals, an individual curates their own visit, selecting the poignant moments that leave a lasting impression. With this
You need to squint to find it on the map. A tiny lake community hidden away in the wilds of the Turtle Mountains in southwest Manitoba. Lake Metigoshe. The freshwater lake straddles the Manitoba-North Dakota border, with majority of the waters in the U.S. If you Google it, chances are only American
Il faut de bons yeux pour trouver sur une carte la petite communauté du lac Metigoshe située en pleine nature dans la région de Turtle Mountains, au sud-ouest du Manitoba. Ce lac d’eau douce chevauche la frontière entre le Manitoba et le Dakota du Nord, la plus grande partie se trouvant du côté des
Le RAW:churchill représente non seulement le summum de la gastronomie au Canada, il offre une expérience purement authentique aux voyageurs qui désirent mieux connaître l’identité canadienne. Vous pouvez nous faire confiance. Vous vous sentirez profondément Canadiens après avoir vécu l’expérience
Minnedosa is one of those pretty prairie towns that I thought I knew. Another historic Manitoba town rooted in railway and agriculture? Maybe. But it's nestled in a river valley on the doorsteps of the Manitoba escarpment, and because of this prime geography, it has an outdoorsy, lake-life vibe