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Winnipeg Manitoba is the best place on the planet to live...what do you think?

Portage and Main

Home of the most famous of all Canadian intersections - Portage and Main.

 

Winnipeg, translated from Cree, means "Muddy Water".  Aptly named, as the juncture of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers occurs here.   The capital of Friendly Manitoba, is virtually the geographic centre of Canada.  

Manitoba has a population of approximately 1,000,000 with  close to 700,000 in 'The Peg'.

 

Folklorama

Home to a diverse range of cultures, as evident by Folklorama, the world's largest multicultural event, held every summer.   Visit our Folklorama Pages.  However, other world-class cultural events also call The 'Peg their home.

Visit Taste of Manitoba, a food festival, held in Memorial Park in early summer, to sample some of the finest cuisine that Manitoba has to offer.

Oktoberfest, held annually at the Convention Centre is a great time!

The 'Peg was host to the Pan American Games in the summer of 1999.  It was awesome!   We had a great time!  Check out our Pan American Games Photos.

pan american games

festival du voyageur

Le Festival Du Voyageur, held in yearly in February, celebrates our fur-trader heritage. 

Check out our Festival du Voyageur page

Lots to do at Assiniboine Park...ride the train, or visit the Assiniboine Zoo!

Check out the Lights of the Wild page, and see why it has become a Christmas family tradition.

Check out Leo Mol Garden.

The English Garden at Assiniboine Park is full of colour!

Assiniboine Park Zoo

The Forks

For a bit of history, The Forks National Historic Site should not be missed.

You should  visit the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature, The Planetarium, and if you have children (or for your inner child), the Manitoba Children's Museum.

Visit the Basilica, the original facade was part of the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Western Canada.  Awesome looking churches!

There's something to offer every sports fan.  The CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers, The Northern League's Winnipeg Goldeyes (be sure to check out their new ball park!), and the IHL's Manitoba Moose all call "Winterpeg" their home.  Winterpeg also has a large curling following, and offers over 20 golf courses, making it the highest per capita golf courses in North America.

Winnepeg Blue Bombers

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The  entertainment scene is as diverse as it's culture.  Home to the RWB, the WSO, the Manitoba Theatre Centre, Rainbow Stage, Fringe Festival, Prairie Theatre Exchange, the Manitoba Opera, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Pantages Playhouse and the WAG, and much more!

If it's fun that you're looking for, visit the Red River Exhibition in late June.   Or check out the International Air show in early June.   For larger-than-life movies, check out the IMAX Theatre.  Relax at any of our beautiful parks, such as Assiniboine or Kildonan Parks. 

Red River

Grand Beach

Cool down at Grand Beach, a short drive north of the city.  Grand Beach was recently chosen as one of the top ten beaches in the world!

All photos Copyright 1999 Digitally Correct

 

winnipeg manitoba

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Winnipeg Sports

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Winnipeg Manitoba is the best place on the planet to live...what do you think?

Portage and Main

Home of the most famous of all Canadian intersections - Portage and Main.

 

Winnipeg, translated from Cree, means "Muddy Water".  Aptly named, as the juncture of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers occurs here.   The capital of Friendly Manitoba, is virtually the geographic centre of Canada.  

Manitoba has a population of approximately 1,000,000 with  close to 700,000 in 'The Peg'.

 

Folklorama

Home to a diverse range of cultures, as evident by Folklorama, the world's largest multicultural event, held every summer.   Visit our Folklorama Pages.  However, other world-class cultural events also call The 'Peg their home.

Visit Taste of Manitoba, a food festival, held in Memorial Park in early summer, to sample some of the finest cuisine that Manitoba has to offer.

Oktoberfest, held annually at the Convention Centre is a great time!

The 'Peg was host to the Pan American Games in the summer of 1999.  It was awesome!   We had a great time!  Check out our Pan American Games Photos.

pan american games

festival du voyageur

Le Festival Du Voyageur, held in yearly in February, celebrates our fur-trader heritage. 

Check out our Festival du Voyageur page

Lots to do at Assiniboine Park...ride the train, or visit the Assiniboine Zoo!

Check out the Lights of the Wild page, and see why it has become a Christmas family tradition.

Check out Leo Mol Garden.

The English Garden at Assiniboine Park is full of colour!

Assiniboine Park Zoo

The Forks

For a bit of history, The Forks National Historic Site should not be missed.

You should  visit the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature, The Planetarium, and if you have children (or for your inner child), the Manitoba Children's Museum.

Visit the Basilica, the original facade was part of the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Western Canada.  Awesome looking churches!

There's something to offer every sports fan.  The CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers, The Northern League's Winnipeg Goldeyes (be sure to check out their new ball park!), and the IHL's Manitoba Moose all call "Winterpeg" their home.  Winterpeg also has a large curling following, and offers over 20 golf courses, making it the highest per capita golf courses in North America.

Winnepeg Blue Bombers

winnepeg

The  entertainment scene is as diverse as it's culture.  Home to the RWB, the WSO, the Manitoba Theatre Centre, Rainbow Stage, Fringe Festival, Prairie Theatre Exchange, the Manitoba Opera, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Pantages Playhouse and the WAG, and much more!

If it's fun that you're looking for, visit the Red River Exhibition in late June.   Or check out the International Air show in early June.   For larger-than-life movies, check out the IMAX Theatre.  Relax at any of our beautiful parks, such as Assiniboine or Kildonan Parks. 

Red River

Grand Beach

Cool down at Grand Beach, a short drive north of the city.  Grand Beach was recently chosen as one of the top ten beaches in the world!

All photos Copyright 1999 Digitally Correct

 

 

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Last updated July 28, 2002