The gardens of Assiniboine Park include the English Garden with its Crofter’s Cottage.  Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  by Liz Primeau

Blooms with a view

Beautiful cottage garden- I love cottages and cottage gardens they are just tooooooo cute - New Gardening Ideas

The Famous Five who legally gained the right for women to vote in Canada in 1929 ~ That is pretty recently! There are identical statues erected to their achievement in Ottawa, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta since they all lived in Alberta when involved in this historic and vital legal challenge. The statue shown here erected at the Manitoba Legislature in 2010. Created by local sculptor Helen Granger on behalf of the Nellie McClung Foundation.

Famous Five monument on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Building (August L-R: Henrietta Muir Edwards, Emily Murphy, Irene Parlby, Louise McKinney, and Nellie McClung Source: Gordon Goldsborough

Souris Swinging Bridge  - Canada's longest historical suspension bridge (measuring 582 feet or 177.4 meters)

Souris-Swinging-Bridge Canada’s Longest Historical Suspension Bridge, Souris Swinging Bridge Measuring

Steep Rock is located about 2 hours north of Winnipeg on the shores of Lake Manitoba. This picture was taken by Darren Fast of Winnipeg, Manitoba - You can see more of his amazing photos at: http://www.solaltaphoto.com/

Steep Rock is located about 2 hours north of Winnipeg on the shores of Lake Manitoba. by Darren Fast of Winnipeg, Manitoba

Happy Rock is a roadside attraction in Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada. It is on the northeast side of Highway 16. The large statue also serves as the visitor information centre for the town.   The Happy Rock...... Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada

Happy Rock (aka Glad Stone) is a roadside attraction in Gladstone, Manitoba, Canada. It is on the northeast side of Highway The large statue also serves as the visitor information centre for the town. The Happy Rock.

Icebergs on Lake Winnipeg Manitoba

Picture of an amazing striped iceberg taken in the Antarctic region. These blue stripes on an iceberg are formed as iceberg layers melt and refreeze quickly.Nature is amazing!

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