My Wonderful Winnipeg

A discovery of my city and its best kept secrets.
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River Walk at The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Forks Riverwalk - Winnipeg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Rotunda in the Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Tyndall stone, a creamy coloured limestone quarried in Garson, Manitoba that has worked its way into everything from the Manitoba legislative buildings to my Grandparents' home.

Sacred Echoes of the St. Boniface Basilica by Carla Dyck - Shot in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Our home on Kavanaugh Street was within walking distance of this Basilica. Sacred Echoes of the St. Boniface Basilica by Carla Dyck - Shot in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg Jets resurrected

The old logo used to be more simple and people could recognize that logo. The logo being used now was based on the air force logo.

Burton Cummings Theatre -- 364 Smith Street Winnipeg, MB

Burton Cummings Theatre -- 364 Smith Street Winnipeg, If only I could get our old group together and go see Burton do his thing.

Westminster United Church, One of my favourite buildings in Winnipeg. It's quite a sight, especially with the Rose window lit up. (Bryan Scott)  Website: http://winnipeglovehate.com/  Daily photos from Winnipeg, the most beautiful, most repulsive city in the world through the photography of Bryan Scott.

Westminster United Church, One of my favourite buildings in Winnipeg. It's quite a sight, especially with the Rose window lit up.

✭ Pedestrians cross the Esplanade Riel bridge at night - Winnipeg, Canada

Pedestrians Cross The Modern Bridge Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Taylor S. Kennedy

Pedestrians Cross The Modern Bridge Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Taylor S…

Winnipeg skyline, Manitoba Canada

Montreal is a city in southern Quebec province on the Saint Lawrence River; the largest city in Quebec and largest in Canada;

Valour Road in Winnipeg

Winnipeg Tribune Photo Collection : Victoria Cross Winners : Archives & Special Collections : Libraries : University of Manitoba

Countess of Dufferin: at Winnipeg.  First steam locomotive in Western Canada.  Part of long-ago-demolished CPR station shows in background

Countess of Dufferin: at Winnipeg. First steam locomotive in Western Canada. Part of long-ago-demolished CPR station shows in background

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