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Game of MB Thrones: A Song of Ice and Bison

Here at Manitoba Hot, we are huge Game of Thrones fans and with the new season upon us, we got to thinking: “What would Manitoba look like if it was in the Game of Thrones world?” And you know what? We discovered Manitoba IS Westeros. We fit perfectly. Wolves? Check. Desert sands? Check. A wall?

Manitoba in springtime: A birder’s paradise

With three major migration corridors and more than 390 species in the province, Manitoba is a birder’s paradise. The province’s diverse landscape-grasslands, wetlands, sub-arctic and Boreal forest areas-attract a diverse crowd of birds. Spring migration has started so keep your eyes to the skies to

Take a hike: 6 amazing trails in Manitoba

Hiking in Manitoba means you never need to worry about altitude sickness. But that’s not to say the province’s broad, sweeping canvas is bland. Ma Nature painted in tall wild grass prairie, rolling, forested hills, undulating river valleys, vast wetlands and the occasional view-encompassing

#NatureMB: Become an Eco-Explorer

Life is wild in Manitoba. From Churchill to Winnipeg, the prairies are alive with the majestic, the elusive, the ferocious and the cute. From April 18 to 24, pay tribute to all things nature in Manitoba with an epic celebration of wildlife, plantlife and all the adventures in between. #NatureMB is

14 great places to eat this spring

Food, glorious food. This season, eat right through the menu at a unique culinary event, hip coffee spot, sweet sweet shop or fabulous food truck. Make sure you bring a hearty appetite, because Manitoba is rich with magical food, wonderful food, marvelous food, fabulous food. Here are 14 ways to

#ExploreMB: The best of March

The weather couldn’t make up its mind in March, meaning our Instagram feed was a mixed bag. Gorgeous puddle reflections competed with the bright contrasts of brief snowfalls, all depending on the day of the week. Manitoba’s north provided the most amazing auroras above while Winnipeg’s sky teetered

Hometown Hockey at The Forks

The Stanley Cup and 1500 mini chocolate replicas are coming to Manitoba. That’s right, Roger’s Hometown Hockey Tour is stopping into Winnipeg for an incredible outdoor festival centered at The Forks. The outdoor hockey festival kicks off March 30 with an exciting scavenger hunt that will take you

Ring in Spring with Travel Manitoba

The Forks is the best place to be this spring break. Gather your family and join us at our new Visitor Information Centre to Ring in Spring with fun demonstrations and an exciting Easter egg hunt. Yes, there will be chocolate (for kids only 😉)! Our VIC will be decorated for the season with window

Painting the town pastel in Manitoba

I know what you’re thinking. Pastels for spring? Groundbreaking. But these pretty pastels grace Manitoba’s landscapes during every season of the year – from the pale lights of winter to the soothing skies of summer. Here are some of our favourite pastel hues from #ExploreMB. Soft-hued shores