It is located in the heart of Winnipeg not far from city center where the mighty river of Assiniboine and Red meets.It is a National Historical Site of Canada and one among the famous in Manitoba... more
This is a great park in the midst of the city - a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city (though it can be pretty busy too in the summer!). The park is over 378 acres (153 hectares).... more
It is the largest museum in Winnipeg that focuses on human and natural heritage. It has a dome structure that seats beside the concert hall. What you can see inside are collection of treasures from... more
A sight seeing tour to Winnipeg's Exchange District with its turn of the last century architecture is the first thing I admired about the city. It was established in the early 20th century, it is the... more
The tour of the RCM takes you through the coin-making process. It is at this location where all of Canada's circulation coins are made (the branch in Ottawa makes the commemorative and collectable... more
The Fort Whyte Nature Centre, inside the city limits has boardwalks over marshes, a 70 acre bison enclosure, thousands of geese during migration times, and a building with birds during the winter, an... more
Visiting the tomb of Canada's original Rebel is a must see and do for me any time that I am in Winnipeg.
This man got the short end of the stick and was in fact misrepresented as a criminal and... more
A short walk from Winnipeg Railway Station.
The 310 million dollar building at The Forks in Winnipeg, has now been delayed partly due to cost overruns and its opening scheduled for 2012, has now been... more
Western Canada's largest winter festival, the Festival du Voyageur celebrates Manitoba's French culture (Winnipeg has the largest francophone population outside of Quebec) and fur trade history. It... more
Winnipeg is a good place to shop. For every US$, you get over $1.50 Cdn. now. Yet, for many products, the price is the same in Cdn $ as it is in American dollars in North Dakota (ie, CD's on sale in... more
There are 2 casinos in Winnipeg - McPhillips Street Station Casino and Club Regent Casino. I only had time to go to Club Regent and it turned out to be a good pick. It has a jungle-like theme with... more
I had thought about jumping out of a plane, taking adventure of the vast treeless spaces here in Manitoba. But I figured that this was somewhat more sane. (I shouldn't disparage sky-diving - this same... more
Lorette Golf Course. The new owners have place a lot of passion into the design of the course. they have changed it form being a farmers field to a paradise for golfers. if you would like to see some... more
Winnipeg Folk Festival (held in Bird's Hill Park)
The Folk Fest is amazing. There are musicians from everywhere, including the best Canadian bands, in the last few years the bands have included Great... more
In the summer a visit to Grand Beach is a must. It's a natural long soft sand beach located about an hour north of Winnipeg.Many years ago it was rated as the third nicest inland beach in North... more
What do you want to know about Winnipeg? It is a city of 650,000. It is fairly isolated, and has lots to do. Manitobans are quite friendly (it says so on our license plates). If you have found work......
Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of Manitoba, it is the heart of North America. It is a multicultural city with about 750,000 people friendly with welcoming spirit. The population of 1,177,800...