A mid-19th-century convent is Winnipeg's oldest building and the largest oak-log construction on the continent. The museum inside...
Manitoba Children's Museum
Kids learn by doing at Manitoba Children's Museum, where 'hands off' is not part of the program. The colorful, interactive exhibits...
Forks National Historic Site
In a beautiful riverside setting, modern amenities for performances and interpretive exhibits outline the area's history. Footpaths line...
Concerts and plays outdoors at The Forks.
A neighborhood fixture for decades – corner store, launderette – has become a favorite neighborhood bistro. It's cozy and has a...
Lonely Planet review
Mostly destroyed by fire in 1968, the original facade still stands as a 100-year, imposing, God-fearing reminder of the basilica that once stood here. A more current structure was rebuilt on the ruins and Louis Riel rests in the cemetery.