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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

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,

9 things to do in Manitoba if you're an introvert

Chances are you know someone in your life who's an introvert. Or maybe you are one yourself. Maybe you seek solitude. Maybe you're looking for open spaces without too many people. You might like activities that allow you to retreat into silence. Sometimes you might want to be completely alone, but

10 of the smelliest spots you need to visit in Manitoba

Header photo: Christian Lalonde They say that certain smells can evoke the strongest memories. Just a whiff of something from your past can transport you to another time and place. And while there are certain smells that are less than welcome, it's the ones that make us inhale a little deeper that

Fall eats, treats and sweets: 10 places you must try in Manitoba

Header photo: Acorn Cafe Happy first day of fall! It's all happening now - from delighting in the feeling of crunchy leaves underfoot to savouring the smell of freshly baked pumpkin pie wafting in the air. And we all know that autumn is a time for harvest, bounty and long dinners spent with friends and family. Here's where YOU should eat this fall in Manitoba...

Where, when and how to see northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba

What does it feel like to see the northern lights dance above you in the remote subarctic? Many have described the experience as a humbling one; an awe-inspiring event that leaves one feeling so, so small in the grand scheme of our magnificent universe. And yet, in that moment of humility, there may also be an overwhelming sense of significance. Therein lies the magic of the aurora borealis.