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Manitoba celebrates Canada 150

In case you haven’t heard: 2017 is Canada’s sesquicentennial. That’s fancy talk for the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Across the nation many special events, celebrations, new attractions and initiatives are popping-up all in the name of generating Canadian pride. Ottawa, the capital region,

What do curling and Manitoba have in common?

As Brandon welcomes the top men's curling teams in the country for the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier March 2-10, we thought we’d take a closer look at the love affair between Manitoba and curling. This province has a reputation for curling excellence, with top teams achieving national, international and

Migration magic

What sound does the approaching winter make? The honk of migrating geese and ducks. Manitoba is a key resting spot for over 400,000 geese, ducks and other migrating birds on their way from their nesting grounds in Canada’s north to their winter homes down south. Here are some of Manitoba’s top

8 routes to paddle in Manitoba

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

Social butterflying in Manitoba

Recognized as one of three hot spots in Canada for butterflying, Manitoba is a paradise for the winged beauties because of our rich tapestry of ecosystems. Grasslands, boreal forests, mixed woodlands, forest-tundra and arctic tundra are ideal habitats preferred by up to 150 species throughout the

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,

Watchable wildlife: what to see where

One of the absolute best things about being in the wilderness is having the opportunity to watch the animals that live there. From the silent appearance of a massive moose to the impressive wingspan of a bald eagle, here are some of Manitoba’s amazing watchable wildlife and where you can see them: