I love exploring, heading out into the infinite adventure possibilities that make up Manitoba, whether it’s cold, hot, rainy or windy, there’s always something to discover. But sometimes I just want to stay home. I need a hibernation day every once in a while. Luckily Manitoba makers, bakers and
Hi! I'm Kit, a Franco-Manitobaine from the Interlake and a champion of the phrase "there's no place like home." If you see me out exploring the province, say hi! Or reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The winter chill may be setting in, but that doesn't stop the fun in Manitoba. There are still plenty of reasons to get outside to explore and tons of great indoor galleries, craft sales and restaurants to discover. Here are 10 things to do this week... 1. Kick off Fridays the rights way Canadian
October comes to a close this week which means so do a few quintessential fall events in Manitoba. There are Halloween happenings throughout the week and some of the final fall suppers take place this weekend across the province. Here are 10 things to do this week in Manitoba... 1. D-Day Coin
Manitoba is home to some of the oldest buildings in Western Canada. Prince of Wales Fort near Churchill is the oldest still-standing establishment in the province, built in the early 1700s, with Lower Fort Garry following close behind. Though our historic buildings may not seem old compared to
Whether you're big or small, looking for a fright or just looking for a pumpkin to carve, fall in Manitoba has you covered. This week features tons of family-friendly activities and spooky events to make you scream. Here are our 10 picks for this week in Manitoba... 1. Visit the Children’s Museum
As the leaves fall and the weather cools, Manitoba's heart heats up with belly-warming fall suppers, roaring soccer games, and fantastic fall colours. How will you embrace fall this week? Here are our 10 picks for this week in Manitoba... 1. The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame 40th Anniversary exhibit