Canada Day Living Flag - Downtown Winnipeg BIZ
Canada Day Living Flag We’ve had a lot of fun hosting the Canada Day Living Maple Leaf/Living Flag for the past few years and have celebrated some major successes including thousands of people starting their Canada Day with us, an …
Narcisse Snake Dens ~ A Hidden Manitoba Experience
Narcisse Snake Dens are the winter home of tens of thousands of Red-sided Garter Snakes - the largest concentration of Red-sided garter snakes in the world.
Did You Know The Royal Canadian Mint... hails from the Prairies? Canada’s pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, fifty-cent pieces, loonies and twoonies are all made at the impressive Winnipeg building of the Royal Canadian Mint. And not stopping with Canuck change, the Mint also crafts coins for 60 other governments around the globe, too.
Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park
Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park: Bronze pieces of art by master sculpture Leo Mol amid trees and flowers in a Winnipeg park. #sculpture #art #garden #Winnipeg #Manitoba
Winnipeg: Canada's Most Surprising Capital (and the Perfect City Break)
Winnipeg, Manitoba is one of Canada's most underrated city! Here's why it makes the perfect city break, featuring inspiration for things to do in Winnipeg and popular sights to visit.
Developer turns back time on Winnipeg's 136-year-old Fortune Block | CBC News
After an extensive renovation, Winnipeg's Fortune Block and its attached twin, the Macdonald Block, look exactly as they did when they first went up at the corner of Main Street and St. Mary Avenue in 1883. Well, almost.