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7 spots in Manitoba to meet adorable cats

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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

The RCMP Musical Ride is a retro cool spectacle

Precision, pageantry, and plenty of horses await at Lower Fort Garry. The RCMP Musical Ride is an expertly choreographed treat for the senses, steeped in Canada’s history and culture. On August 1 (presale tickets on sale now), Lower Fort Garry will play host to 32 riders and their horses as they

Gruesome thrills and ghastly chills

There’s a chill in the air, the evenings are getting shorter, and the leaves covering the lawns are changing from gold to bleary brown. Coupled with the sudden influx of flyers for costume shops and candy discounts, it can only mean one thing: Halloween is right around the corner! Here is our eerie

Manitoba: then vs. now

From festivals to fossil digs, Manitoba is a place where the past and present intermingle. For history fanatics, cultural buffs and explorers of all kinds, the province offers an exciting variety of immersive experiences to take you from days past to celebrations and activities of people living

Legends of the York Boat at Lower Fort Garry

The York boat – named after York Factory, the Hudson’s Bay Company headquarters in northern Manitoba – was truly an innovation inspired by the rugged wilderness of western and northern Canada. It was a boat that was tough, could be operated by oar or by sail, able to carry lots of cargo and still

Top 10 Manitoba architectural icons

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has made a striking impact on Winnipeg’s skyline. Designed by Antoine Predock, this impressive building’s concept was inspired by Canadian landscapes and features imagery of tree roots and out-stretched wings. Simply put, the museum is an unparalleled