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6 essentials for a Manitoba hibernation day

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

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6 spooky spots to explore in Manitoba

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

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10 things we're thankful for in Manitoba 🦃

What are you thankful for? The answer to that question can be found on the front of every hand-turkey posted on an elementary classroom wall leading up to Thanksgiving weekend. It’s a big question, and while the kids are forced to find an answer, us as adults tend to get distracted with the turkey,

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23 ways to have a frightfully fun Spooktober in Manitoba 🎃

Header photo by Brent Mckean Happy Spooktober! 👻 Things always tend to get a little eerie at this time of the year, when the fog rolls in over the lake and all sorts of ghouls and ghosts follow in its path. There's no point in trying to run. Instead, join into these 23 Halloween attractions

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5 small towns in Manitoba that will charm and delight you

Header photo by: @ilonasavy Love uncovering the small town gems of Manitoba? So do we! Wherever your next adventure takes you, plan to stop into one of these 5 adorable towns, communities and villages for a stroll, a bite to eat and a photo-op along the way. Russell There's more to this small town

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Lights, camera, action! Visit these fave movie locations in Manitoba

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.