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Let’s venture to rediscover the places we love to explore – right here at home in Manitoba. Grab the people who mean the most to you and set out to experience the best of what our province has to offer. We can have our hearts set on things returning to how they used to be.

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Manitoba’s French connection dates back over 200 years. The hardy, hardworking fur traders – known as voyageurs – made lasting relationships with Indigenous people and important contributions to the province’s history. Today, the Francophone spirit lives on through French-speaking communities around the province and must-visit attractions celebrating Franco-Manitoban culture. From visiting the burial place of the father of Manitoba, Louis Riel, to tasting the sweet maple taffy at le Festival du Voyageur’s cabane à sucre, you’ll find many ways to experience our vibrant French culture.

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Carly Sallows-Harrie

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Tricia Woikin

Sales and Corporate Services Coordinator

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Mary Aguilar-Saler

Finance Coordinator

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Lund’s music reflects his Western heritage and rock and roll roots. His distinct blend of Americana-meets-roots-meets-alt-country has attracted accolades from critics in Canada and the U.S., who have called him “one of the best contemporary country songwriters” (Popmatters) and one of the “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know” (Rolling Stone Country).

Along with his band, the Hurtin’ Albertans, Lund tours extensively throughout Canada, the U.S., Europe, and Australia.