6 things I learned from a visit to a military museum

The neat thing about a museum experience is that it's different for everyone. No two people share the same journey while there. Just as the museum exhibits are curated by professionals, an individual curates their own visit, selecting the poignant moments that leave a lasting impression. With this

Mind-blowing moments from my Churchill summer safari

“Welcome to Churchill. Either you’ll get it, and I won’t have to explain it to you. Or you don’t get it, and I’m not going to bother explaining it to you.” Our Lazy Bear Expeditions guide Jason – a goateed, sun/wind-kissed wildlife photographer – is an affable straight shooter who sets our

Master Explorer: Dr. Frank Albo

Master Explorer is a regular series profiling adventurous locals who are inspired by Manitoba and create something unique. Their creations then fuel others to explore and embrace the province. This month’s Master Explorer is Dr. Frank Albo, the brain behind the mind-blowing architectural tour of the

Little church on the prairie

Header photo by instagram.com/mistyscapes If churches, cathedrals and chapels tend to make it on your must-see list no matter where you travel; you’re in luck. Manitoba is home to some of the quaintest (and grandest) churches on the prairie. These gems call for impromptu pull-overs and a fair bit of

If these walls could talk: Manitoba’s historic theatres

Manitoba has had a long-time love affair with performing arts. The first live theatre on the prairies dates back to Red River Hall in 1867 (and the list that follow is impressive!) Because our isolation in the heart of Canada, Manitobans create out of necessity. We’re proud of the fact that we