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Header photo by Kristhine Guerrero While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have decided to settle on the west coast, Manitoba has its own history of royal visits and accolades. Tap into your inner royal with these 5 Manitoba experiences, fit for a queen or king! 1 - High tea party Fun fact: The term
Winter fun gets even better when it's free! Here are 24 ways to find adventure in Manitoba this winter that won't burn a hole in your wallet. This is far from an all-inclusive list of the free experiences to have in Manitoba in the winter but these should start to inspire you to find your own ways
Photo by @mariebebe_ The world has been moved and shaken by countless revolutions throughout history, each one stoking a flame and igniting change, some for the good. One of those key movements happened in the 19th Century art world and while it may – in our times, anyway – be seen as a ground-breaking shift in creativity and artistic expression, the beginnings of the Impressionist era of art was rather the scandal of its time.
Winnipeg has so much to offer, but can sometimes get overlooked in favour of bigger cities. Even us Winnipeggers are guilty of taking this grand city for granted. But today, we’re going to change that. We’ve chosen six things that not only reflect just how much of a standout city Winnipeg is, but
Close your eyes and imagine if you will, a bountiful feast of harvest fresh veggies, savoury delights and home baked pies. This is fall dining, where table-long spreads of hearty comfort foods bring communities together, and where the outdoor patios of days gone by are easily exchanged for cozy
If you ask someone on the street to name a famous artist, chances are, they will say Picasso. And it’s been awhile since Manitoba has showcased the work of this legendary painter; decades, in fact. This summer will make up for those lost years, with Picasso in Canada and Picasso: Man and Beas t . The
Winnipeg’s first heyday was in the early 20th century when the Manitoba capital had one of the fastest growing economies in North America. There was more construction happening in Winnipeg in 1904 than in Toronto and Montreal combined, which resulted in the country’s tallest building and first
It’s a little hard to fathom that January is almost over. Hopefully you’ve had an exciting month of getting out and enjoying winter in all its glory and splendour – be it at an indoor event, or basking in an outdoor activity. If not, lucky for you, there is still lots of time to get your winter on.
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,