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Winnipeg's pop-up art — in the form of warming huts — helps you embrace your inner Abominable Snowman in style
LA Times: March 15, 2017
I laced up my skates in a chic and shiny warming hut cloaked in reflective mirrors before gliding onto the frozen Red River winding alongside downtown Winnipeg, Canada. It was minus-1 Fahrenheit, but the ice was crowded with happy hockey players and families, and folks on skates commuting, pushing strollers and walking dogs. Manitoba’s prairie capital, about 600 miles northwest of Minneapolis, straddles the Red and Assiniboine rivers whose confluence lies at a 6,000-year-old meeting place called the Forks.
Winnipeg: Canada’s Most Surprising Capital (And The Perfect City Break)
Happy to Wander: August 12, 2018
I’m ridiculously terrible at keeping secrets. Here’s the truth: when I find a place I like, no matter how much a hidden gem, I’ll be sure to yap about it. Sometimes, for weeks and weeks. That’s precisely how I am now with Winnipeg, Canada – the Manitoban capital I never knew I’d love. And somehow, despite its cool array of attractions (from polars bears and Nordic spas, all the way to belt-busting cuisine), Winnipeg still manages to fly stealthily under the tourist radar.
This Prairie City Deserves Your Travel Dollars. Here’s Why.
Huffington Post: August 20, 2017
Canada, once again, does it better. Not only is our neighbor to the North able to offer free healthcare and create a tolerant atmosphere towards diversity, but it also has tricks up its sleeves when it comes to its smaller cities.
I’ve had a chance to visit Winnipeg, Manitoba on a recent visit to Canada. This trip has reminded me that great discoveries and amazing experiences can be found anywhere—if only we are willing to look.
8 Ways to Explore Winnipeg
EnRoute: October, 2017
From a thermal spa to brunch at Clementine Café (a 2017 contender for Canada's Best New Restaurants), here's how to make the most of your trip to Winterpeg.
Winnipeg Exchange District – Cool City Culture in Canada
Travel2Next: October 12, 2017
On the fourth floor of a former grain store in the Winnipeg Exchange District, the hum of a potting wheel and the clacking of sewing machines are a background track to the creative thoughts of a growing coterie of artisans in Winnipeg. A leather craftsman burnishes the end of a fine-grain leather belt and a potter deftly moulds a piece of clay into a cup. A few shoppers wander around the airy converted warehouse in the Winnipeg Exchange District, browsing for handmade cups, bowls, hanging pots, bathroom ware, backpacks and belts.