Manitoba’s movie business is booming. And while some might attribute that success to Manitoba’s very competitive tax credit, we like to think producers choose Manitoba for the same reasons visitors do: compelling destinations that offer interesting experiences for visitors – and unique locations for movie makers. Here are a few big (and small) screen worthy attractions to visit now that these productions have wrapped.
Header Image by: Jimmy Chau (click for full photo) Ceilings have been decorated and adorned for centuries. Indeed, there's something awe-inspiring about standing beneath an intricately designed ceiling that fills your entire vision. And lucky for us, we have quite a few beauties right here in Manitoba. Here are 7 of the best ceilings in the province...
What are those things that make travelling in Manitoba stand out from the rest of Canada…or maybe even the world? We thought hard and dug deep and came up with this unofficial list of ‘only found in Manitoba.’ We know there’s more out there, so share your ideas. Little Limestone Lake This
Winnipeg has so much to offer, but can sometimes get overlooked in favour of bigger cities. Even us Winnipeggers are guilty of taking this grand city for granted. But today, we’re going to change that. We’ve chosen six things that not only reflect just how much of a standout city Winnipeg is, but
Header photo by Corbin Hawkins Gather ’round the flickering flame of the campfire and settle in for an evening of shivers and scares. Bring these terrifying tales on your next camping trip in Manitoba, and you’re sure to feel a chill in the air over stories of ghosts, monsters, aliens and the
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
Canada is a fertile ground for scribes, and Manitoba has produced some of Can-Lit’s most unique voices. Readers and wordsmiths alike must check out these stomping grounds of four of Manitoba’s most prolific authors. Miriam Toews, Prairie novelist extraordinaire “I
With St. Patrick’s Day approaching, naturally we wondered what a day in the life of a leprechaun might look like in Manitoba. These mischief-makers are drawn to gold, lucky charms, rainbows and all things green, making Manitoba quite the destination for these Irish fairies. If you spot one, be sure
Gather ’round and join the chorus singing these Manitoba versions of our favourite Christmas songs! The Christmas (at FortWhyte Alive) Song Bannock roasting on an open fire Jack fish nipping on the line Pioneer tales that make you admire How folks lived in those times. Everybody knows a snowshoe and
What happens when you show an exceptionally talented international photographer your home? You begin to see its beauty through fresh eyes. Instagrammer Maximilian Münch (@muenchmax) traveled all the way from Germany to experience Manitoba and explore its depths through his lens. I had the pleasure