9 things to do in Manitoba if you're an extrovert

Header photo: Harness Adventure Mushing Co. Whether or not you believe that personality tests carry any weight, there's no doubt that it's fun to dig a little bit into the inner workings of your persona. The Myers-Brigg Type Indicator Test  categorizes people into 16 different personality types - 8 of which favour extroversion. Unlike introverts , extroverts are primarily motivated by interactions with others - they actually feel more energized after a social situation such as a party or networking event. If this sounds like you, read on for 9 activities that will lift your extroverted spirit in Manitoba...

Daring & delicious dining adventures in Winnipeg

Winnipeg is known for its food scene, so much so that it might be worth the trip alone (especially so if you’re within driving distance). Admittedly, with over 1000 restaurants to choose from, you’re going to need a few days to take in our culinary excellence. Here are just a few of the restaurants,

Master Explorer: Joe Kalturnyk

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 feature introduces you to Joe Kalturnyk, architect of RAW:almond, the designer pop-up

Art on Ice

Manitoba is blessed with sunny, snowy winters and an incredible arts scene. So why not combine the two for some outdoor art shows that are super cool. The Great Ice Show Right now at The Forks National Historic Site, 40 talented ice sculpting artists from the internationally acclaimed Harbin Ice

34 ways we win winter

Baby, it’s snowing outside. Oh winter, you lovely beast, you whirl and swirl into our lives in a flurry. One day the streets are bare and dreary, the next, we are walking in a snowy paradise. Here are 34 winter pics that show when the days get colder, our hearts grow warmer… Winter’s here! You