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7 obscure winter sports in Manitoba that you need to try

With all eyes on PyeongChang, South Korea and the XXIII Winter Olympic Games, it got us thinking about all of the offbeat sports Manitobans do to keep themselves entertained during the snowy season. Essentially, we have our own version of the Winter Olympics, but here, athletes set aside hockey and

Celebrate July festivals at our Visitor Information Centre

What’s one of our favourite things about summer in Manitoba? The festivals of course! Drop by our Visitor Information Centre at The Forks from July 8 to 12 as we showcase some of the best festivals in July. Sway to steel band performances and meet the Folkorama Llama on July 8 (4-8pm) and July 9

Tour New Iceland’s old ways

The first Icelandic exodus happened in the late 19th century, when more than twenty percent of Iceland’s population came to Canada after a volcanic eruption crippled their economy and livestock industry. After learning how to fish in lakes covered in metre-thick ice, survivors went on to found New

The Spy Who Loved Manitoba The James Bond story starts here

James Bond is known for his exploits to Mexico City, Austria and Morocco. But perhaps a mission to Winnipeg, Manitoba is most fitting for the British hero, or at least his fans. The truth is: without Winnipeg there would be no James Bond. The inspiration behind the suave fictional spy was William

A midsummer GOOTB dream

What do you get when you combine an amazing group of teenagers with the sights and sounds of Manitoba? A whole lot of creativity. Introducing the future travel bloggers, journalists and videographers of Manitoba: Get out of the Basement! With the objective of seeing all Manitoba has to offer, GOOTB