Written by travel writer Alyssa Schwartz, who was hosted by Tourism Winnipeg on a recent press trip, the article details some hip new spots in Winnipeg (along with our Prairie friends in Saskatoon), with the premise that "What’s happening in the Prairies is something more than fresh—it feels like peak Canadiana."
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Expand your boundaries in the heart of Canada—Manitoba—home to polar bears in the wild, world-class museums, and the dazzling Northern Lights.
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Among the largest cities in Canada, Winnipeg has no shortage of culture for residents and travellers, with historic The Forks’ warehouses transformed into shops and restaurants, and considerable outdoor space for summer festivals and concerts.
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The capital city has retained its multicultural flavour, with over a quarter of its population having recently immigrated from nations as varied as the Philippines, Nigeria and India.
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For once, Manitoba is Canada’s hockey epicenter. The Winnipeg Jets have turned the city upside down with their bid to capture the country’s first Stanley Cup since the Montreal Canadiens won 25 years ago.
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Winnipeg is punching above its weight when it comes to its food scene — that's according to a Canadian food critic in town Thursday for a culinary tour of the city's newly-opened restaurants.
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A new 40-storey mixed-use apartment tower has begun ascending and will assume the title as Winnipeg’s tallest building when it’s completed in a couple of years, leaving the current record holder – 33-storey 201 Portage – quite literally in its shadow.
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When one of Manitoba’s largest law firms moved this month into its new office space, adorned with the works of local artists and saturated with natural light from the seemingly omnipresent sunny skies of a Winnipeg summer, its senior management beamed with the pride and excitement of owners of a newly built home, the envy of its neighbours.
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