Il n’existe pas réellement de bonne façon de préparer quelqu’un à un choc culturel monumental. Bien que cela puisse paraître imprudent, il faut probablement plonger tête première. C’est habituellement ce que l’on fait dans ma région d’origine. On ne procède jamais pas à pas, on y met plutôt toute la
You may not be on par (or even close) with any of the amazing athletes participating in the 2017 Canada Summer Games, but that doesn’t mean you can’t show your stuff in preparation of the big event. If there’s one thing watching amazing athletes does, it’s inspire us all to get off the couch and try
It’s about that time of the year when we should all be appreciating our amazing country a little bit more than usual – which happens to be quite easy to do in Manitoba, the heart of Canada’s prairies, and where Canada’s Heart…Beats. There are plenty of ways to celebrate this special day and keep the
In Manitoba, summer means getting out and enjoying all that our rich environment has to offer, whether it be venturing out on a hike or dipping a paddle into one of our 100,000 lakes. Both beginners and seasoned pros can find a route to suit their needs, and we have plenty of whitewater and gently
Fall is in full force right now, but here at the office we’re still reminiscing about a few of our favourite summer adventures. In our latest We Heart MB edition, Dené, with paddle in hand, takes on the Caddy Lake tunnels, Jillian builds new farm-life memories with her kids, Michel shares his love
Ok, I might be dating myself, but does anyone remember that Wilderness Family movie? You know, the one where some stressed-out family leaves their urban life to go live out in the wilderness and eventually befriend and adopt grizzly cubs. Yes, they become friends with bears. So you know it’s true.
Article submitted by Parks Canada Youth Ambassadors July is prime time in Manitoba. From the boreal forests of the south, to the open tundra of Hudson’s Bay, the province beckons visitors with its open and inviting landscape. This summer, we had the luck and good fortune of making our way around the
Just keep paddling, just keep paddling. This week, we saw Manitoba from atop the water as our community showed off their best and most exciting (and often, most relaxing) paddling rendezvous. Kayaks skimmed across still, smooth lakes while canoes ripped through river rapids. The three finalists for
If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that the people of Manitoba love camping. We also know that our camping is among the best. But we aren’t perfect. There are plenty of problems you could encounter on your camping trip in our province, and we’re here to help you through the rough times.
The Winnipeg Jets are in back in playoffs! In honour of the Winnipeg Whiteout we’re counting down Manitoba’s contributions to the whiteout party. 1. White bears Manitoba’s ursine icon is the great white bear. In fact, the Winnipeg Polar Bears were among the rumoured names for the Jets 2.0. See