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Category - Winnipeg

Temps des Fêtes, temps des lumières

La tradition des lumières pendant les Fêtes de fin d’année a évolué au cours des siècles, allant de l’intérieur des maisons vers l’extérieur, puis vers la rue, les commerces et les places publiques. Pour enchanter les tout-petits, le sapin de Noël et quelques jeux de lumières suffisent. Mais pour ce

Category - Winnipeg

10 things you can't miss this winter in Saint Boniface

Header Photo by Kristhine Guerrero (@gyk26) The temperature is dropping in Manitoba but that doesn't mean you have to stay inside and wait for winter to end. With all the activities happening in Saint Boniface over the winter, you've got so many opportunities to get up and move, warm your body and

Category - Winnipeg

Why don't they have a Winnipeg Museum?

This was the question my four-year-old asked as we put on our jackets to head to the Manitoba Museum the other day. And it turns out someone else must have asked this same question because as we arrived at the newly minted Winnipeg Gallery located inside the museum, it looked like we had, indeed,

Category - Winnipeg

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