Say OUI to Saint-B! - representative image

Say OUI to Saint-B!

Saint-Boniface, Manitoba’s francophone capital, is open for business and we invite you to discover its rich culture, language, and history. Visit the Tourism Office at 219 Provencher and view the film At the Heart of Manitoba’s Francophone Community, shown free of charge three times daily. Guided walking tours of this heritage neighborhood resume on June 29 and run daily at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Space is limited to 10 people per tour.

Outdoor art highlights rights - representative image

Outdoor art highlights rights

Visit The Forks to check out 26 incredible works of art by Manitoba youth reflecting on human rights. The outdoor ARTiculate our Rights exhibition, developed by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, runs until October.

Enjoy a DAYCATION at the Manitoba Museum - representative image

Enjoy a DAYCATION at the Manitoba Museum

Explore the night sky and learn about space. Travel through time and hear the stories of the people and events that shaped our province. Planetarium and Museum Galleries open Thursday to Sunday from 11 to 5.

Reconciliation comes alive through theatre! - representative image

Reconciliation comes alive through theatre!

The stories of over 70 Indigenous youth presented in performance from August 25-27 at 7pm. Join us for limited capacity and socially distanced live shows at Whittier Park or purchase a ticket for the livestream.

Say OUI to Saint-B! - representative image

Say OUI to Saint-B!

Saint-Boniface, Manitoba’s francophone capital, is open for business and we invite you to discover its rich culture, language, and history. Visit the Tourism Office at 219 Provencher and view the film At the Heart of Manitoba’s Francophone Community, shown free of charge three times daily. Guided walking tours of this heritage neighborhood resume on June 29 and run daily at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Space is limited to 10 people per tour.

Outdoor art highlights rights - representative image

Outdoor art highlights rights

Visit The Forks to check out 26 incredible works of art by Manitoba youth reflecting on human rights. The outdoor ARTiculate our Rights exhibition, developed by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, runs until October.

Enjoy a DAYCATION at the Manitoba Museum - representative image

Enjoy a DAYCATION at the Manitoba Museum

Explore the night sky and learn about space. Travel through time and hear the stories of the people and events that shaped our province. Planetarium and Museum Galleries open Thursday to Sunday from 11 to 5.

Reconciliation comes alive through theatre! - representative image

Reconciliation comes alive through theatre!

The stories of over 70 Indigenous youth presented in performance from August 25-27 at 7pm. Join us for limited capacity and socially distanced live shows at Whittier Park or purchase a ticket for the livestream.

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