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6 hot and steamy spots to turn up the heat in Manitoba

Header photo by The Forks If I were Queen, every household in Manitoba would have its own personal sauna. Consider Finland, where for the 5.3 million citizens, there are also 3.3 million saunas. If there is any other place on Earth that deserves such a ratio, it's Manitoba. Learn to love (even

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7 wonders of Manitoba's north

In all its incredible vastness, northern Manitoba is home to some of the most remarkable landmarks and landscapes in the province. Start exploring this untapped region with our picks for the 7 wonders of the north! Some are easier to visit than others, but doesn't that make it all the more exciting?

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A decade in Manitoba: 10 highlights from the last 10 years

As the heart of Canada, life beats through Manitoba's veins every day. We live vibrantly and strive for positive change. Looking back over the last ten years, we’re amazed by how many things have changed and grown in our province. We can't list all of the great accomplishments and advancements we've

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Where Pokémon Go in Manitoba

Whether they hail from Ryme City or they live with their trainers in Lavender Town or Sootopolis, even Pokémon need to escape the daily grind. Here are a few places in Manitoba where some of our favourite Pokémon will feel right at home. Pikachu visits the Manitoba Electrical Museum and Education

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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,