If you listen closely to the wind in the third week of February you can hear it whisper the Voyageur song ( oui, oui, oui! ). And if you follow the call into the Winnipeg neighbourhood of St. Boniface, you’ll find Western Canada’s largest winter festival. Festival du Voyageur has been celebrating
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In Norse mythology Gimli is known as the most beautiful place in the after life, where only the worthy will be transported after death. But not to worry, a visit to Gimli, Manitoba is very achievable in life! This lake-side town is about an hour drive north of Winnipeg and is a great summer or
Art, music, theatre, food – Manitoba has it all this week. Grab tickets to a unique Shakespeare show, taste delicious dishes from Winnipeg restaurants or create art in the Whiteshell. There's a little bit of everything happening this week so check out these ten things to do in Manitoba between
Manitoba may not be known for its elevation, but you don’t need a mountain to get a full-body workout on a pair of skis. Manitoba’s a prime place to cross-country ski, with groomed trails throughout the province featuring fun dips and dives, and plenty of tough straightaways to get your heart-rate
When the middle of winter hits, that's when Manitoba cranks up the celebrations. Winter brings opportunities for downhill skiing, snowshoeing, curling and outdoor adventure! Look no further than the snow outside your window for a reason to get outside and enjoy this week's events. Here are ten
Manitoba may be known as a prairie province, but we’ve got mini mountains that allow for some pretty speedy downhill descents! From bunny hills to double black diamonds, there are runs for all skill levels and interests. In almost every region of the province you can find hills that offer downhill
Header Image taken by @gyk26 Action, adventure and excitement lives in Manitoba no matter the weather. This week, get lost in another world as you try to puzzle your way out of an escape room, celebrate the Lunar New Year at a high tea, or embrace winter by navigating the world's largest snow maze.
The chilly days of winter are here. In Manitoba that just means there's more reason to get out, get active and celebrate the season! This week we take on the outdoors as we play in the snow for World Snow Day, explore the wonders of the north and learn survival skills. If you're feeling too chilled,
Winter fun gets even better when it's free! Here are 24 ways to find adventure in Manitoba this winter that won't burn a hole in your wallet. This is far from an all-inclusive list of the free experiences to have in Manitoba in the winter but these should start to inspire you to find your own ways
It's a new decade, which means it's time to try something new! This week in Manitoba you can catch a groovy theatre show, try Winnipeg's newest food hall, take a tour at the Royal Canadian Mint (for free!) or cheer your heart out at a hockey game. Here are ten things to do this week in Manitoba...