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...
Header Photo from Harlem Globetrotters As the weather turns and folks retreat to their fall routines, there’s nothing quite like getting yourself out of the house and into the stands to get loud and proud for your favourite team. For sports fans, Manitoba has become a true hub that can give you a
Header photo from The Pint Winnipeg Despite the lowering temperatures, premature snowfall, and post-summer blues, October will always be the true most wonderful time of the year for one chunk of Manitoba’s population: sports fans! With the Jets season underway, football going strong, baseball
Header photo: Bison Sports Spend five minutes in the lunchroom at any workplace in the province and you’ll find out real quick that Manitobans love their sports! Whether it’s from the professional level to university, on the field or on the ice, there’s plenty to cheer for in Manitoba all year
Header photo by Elizabeth Green Listen: we're not here to debate what actually defines a hotdog (is it a sausage in a long bun, or is it more than that? So many questions.), we're just here to tell you that the high and mighty burger has had plenty of time to shine, and we're ready to give the hotdog some of the spotlight. So here's our picks on where you can get a good ol' fashioned hotdog in Manitoba. There's no doubt that we missed some favourites - so tell us about YOUR picks in the comments!
Header Photo: Arjan2535 He shoots, he scores! A trip up to Winnipeg is a haven for sports lovers of all types whether your passion is pucks or pigskins (or both), we've got the hottest in sports action to keep you cheering in the stands. Make a weekend of it with the family or grab the guys and hop
Now that we’re finally settling in and coming to terms with the fact that 2016 is over and 2017 is on its way, it’s time to get back into the swing of things. And we’ve got a few ideas in mind to help you do just that! Relive rock ‘n’ roll history Ryan Voth, Kris Ulrich, Matt Cage, Laura Olafson.
This time last year we were celebrating with a Winnipeg Whiteout as the Jets 2.0 made the playoffs for the first time. And while our collective hopes for a another run at the cup fell short this year, we had a few thoughts about how some Winnipeg Jets could spend their off-season – connecting with
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
Gather ’round and join the chorus singing these Manitoba versions of our favourite Christmas songs! The Christmas (at FortWhyte Alive) Song Bannock roasting on an open fire Jack fish nipping on the line Pioneer tales that make you admire How folks lived in those times. Everybody knows a snowshoe and