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A date with culture

You’ve seen Culture across the room. Usually hanging out with Arts, but always looking good. You’re kind of interested in Culture, but you’re not really sure it’s your type. Instead on swiping right on the same old, now is the time to give Culture a chance. Culture is different The thing with

Manitoba’s world records

In the spirit of Olympic record-breaking performances, here are some of Manitoba’s own world records. Largest mosasaur on display Bruce, the massive mosasaur fossil on display at Morden’s Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre holds the Guinness World Record in this category. At 13.05 m (42.815 ft), it

Indiana Jones for the day

Meet thousands of frenzied snakes, decipher ancient writing on rock walls, dig for fossils and venture into cavernous depths. Manitoba’s natural wonders match any adventure had by film hero and archaeologist Indiana Jones. World’s largest snake pits Located between the towns of Narcisse and Inwood,

Manitoba meet cute

Manitoba is known for its friendly people. But if you’re looking for someone to be more than just a friend, here are some Manitoba events and attractions where love is in the air. Maple taffy tryst Source You and some pals are experiencing the joie de vivre of the Festival du Voyageur . You venture

The gift that deserves a standing ovation

With colder weather, shopping mall bustle, and school out for the holidays, it could only mean one thing: Christmas is fast approaching. Besides all the excitement that comes with the holiday season, people often find themselves scurrying to finish their last-minute Christmas shopping, which some of

Journey to the wildest places on earth!

Organized around Earth’s spectacular eco-zones – polar regions, oceans, rain forest, mountains, caves, and savannas – Earth Explorers opening at the Manitoba Museum on Saturday, October 3, brings to life the unparalleled adventures of National Geographic. Visitors to the Museum will learn about the

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

A week in the Polar Bear Capital of the World

From Winnipeg to Churchill, a unique blend of fascinating culture, vibrant history and extraordinary wildlife. Watch as Kelley Ferro interacts with polar bears, rides the Nonsuch, goes dog sledding, tries the local specialties and more during a once-in-a-lifetime journey with USTOA member Tauck .

Bring on winter break

School’s out… time for FUN! Here’s our list of cool things to do with the kids to make their winter break the best ever. Arctic Glacier Winter Park Open daily | The Forks Head down to The Forks for the official celebration of winter at Arctic Glacier Winter Park ! Skate on the many trails, slide

Top 5 rides from the past

If you’re going to go back in time, you’re going to need a ride. The York boat is just one example of transportation from another era. Here’s our list of five more important modes of transport that moved Manitoba’s history along. 1. Nonsuch The Manitoba Museum 190 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg In 1668,