Bragging Rights

There is so much to say about Winnipeg! Discover what the rest of the world is saying about our vibrant Prairie city.

Discover Winnipeg, Canada’s Newest Hotel: Indigenous-Owned Wyndham Garden

There’s a new hotel in town that you’ll want to snag a room in quickly. Wyndham Garden Winnipeg Airport is owned by Long Plain First Nation, which is located on Treaty One Territory on Long Plain Madison Reserve, the city’s first urban reserve. By Sandra MacGregor.


Source: Forbes

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​Here's Where to See the Best New Art in Canada

Qaumajuq, a separate wing of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, is now the world's largest museum devoted to contemporary Inuit art. It contains sculptures, prints, textiles, and several thousand carvings displayed in a glass vault visible across four floors of the gallery. By Carolyn B. Heller. 

Travel + Leisure

Source: Travel + Leisure

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Hot Spot: The Winnipeg Chronicles

Our guide to the best spots for food, drink and art in Manitoba’s vibrant cultural hub. By Corey Mintz.


Source: Maclean's

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​How to Spend a Weekend in Winnipeg, One of Canada’s Most Creative Cities

Winnipeg is one of the most underrated and overlooked cities in Canada. Spend a weekend discovering the city's thriving art and culinary scene. By Karen Burshtein.


Source: Afar

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​Imaginations Soar At The Newly Renovated Royal Aviation Museum Of Western Canada

The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada reopened its doors in a new specially designed, state-of-the-art building that houses one of the largest aviation collections in Canada. By Sandra MacGregor


Source: Forbes

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Tired of the same-old winter activities? Winnipeg has revamped the season

Canada’s version of Chicago offers the world’s largest snow maze, an ice-climbing tower, dinner on a frozen river, and much more. By Lauren Breedlove.


Source: Thrillist

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Winnipeg makes TIME's 2021 list of Greatest Places

Winnipeg continues to solidify its global reputation as the cultural cradle of Canada with world-class offerings and attractions that have put it on TIME’s annual list of the World’s Greatest Places. Winnipeg was chosen for its groundbreaking Winnipeg Art Gallery’s, Qaumajuq, which houses the world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art as well as the city’s other innovative and inspiring attractions.

TIME Magazine

Source: TIME Magazine

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