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Have your cake and eat it too at these six Manitoba attractions with restaurants

I’ve never understood the semantics of the old saying “you can’t have your cake and eat it too”. Why not?! After all, what is the point of having a scrumptious piece of cake if I can’t very well eat it? I do, however, adore the old adage of killing two birds with one stone. Now that makes a lot more sense to me, especially when it comes to two things that we all love doing: exploring the province and dining on all of its delectable delights. So let’s do away with the idea of cakes we can’t eat and instead, combine our love for getting out to our local attractions and treating ourselves to some good grub. Here are six Manitoba attractions that let you dine before, after and in-between your adventures.

5 ways to explore Design Quarter Winnipeg

Winnipeg’s Exchange District is already known as the go-to place for hip boutiques, unique finds and locally made goods. It’s oozes historic charm with its turn-of-the-last-century warehouse buildings and throughout the year is the place to be with its patios and outdoor concerts, festivals and

Human Rights Nights? Extended hours at CMHR on Wednesdays

Starting in May, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) will be open until 9 p.m. on Wednesdays. If you haven’t found the time to see the Museum yet, a Wednesday evening visit may be just the thing to fit your schedule. Plus all summer long, from July through to the September long weekend