Five Day Trips That’ll Make You Feel Like You’ve Left Manitoba


We know most Winnipeggers haven’t travelled in over a year, and like us, you may be yearning for new adventure. While overseas vacations might still be a ways off, we’ve put together a list of awesome daytrips that are no more than two hours from Winnipeg, but will make you feel like you’re a world away.  We hope these ideas can help you scratch that travel itch this summer, and let you explore some incredible attractions in our beautiful keystone province. Please note: We make a lot of recommendations below, and these suggestions are all our own; we do [...]

Five Unique Winnipeg Father’s Day Gift Ideas


After a year in lockdown, dad’s probably itching to get out of the house and have some fun new adventures this summer. So if you’re looking for an awesome Father’s Day gift, we’ve put together a list of unique local experiences he will love! While most are currently on hold due to COVID restrictions, getting dad a gift certificate or an IOU will have him all set when things open up. Zipline Tour Let dad unleash his inner Tarzan For a thrilling afternoon out, take dad to one of Manitoba’s two zipline [...]

Top Five Things to Do in Winnipeg


Winnipeg Art Gallery The most anticipated gallery opening in Canada. Canada’s sixth-largest art gallery is putting the finishing touches on the Inuit Art Centre—hailed by the Globe & Mail as the most anticipated gallery opening in Canada. This centre will showcase the world’s largest collection of northern Inuit art. Besides the stunning bone and soapstone Inuit sculptures and paintings, the WAG features many temporary exhibits. In 2020, they will host Cree artist Kent Monkman’s ‘Shame and Prejudice’ and Anishinaabe artist Norval Morrisseau’s ‘Androgyny’. Canadian Museum of Human Rights Moving Canada forward in Reconciliation. The world’s first [...]