Winnipeg is Manitoba's capital and largest city. Located at the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red rivers, the prairie city is surrounded by the natural beauty of the lakes and parks of the Canadian Shield.
Early to Bed
Bang For Your Buck
Plenty of Pubs
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Lake Winnipeg is the world’s 11th largest freshwater lake.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is one of Canada’s oldest public art galleries and hosts the largest collection of Inuit art.
Winnipeg was the namesake for Winnipeg the Bear, the bear that inspired A.A. Milnes’ classic series Winnie the Pooh.
All Canadian coins are made in Winnipeg at the Royal Canadian Mint.
A bustling prairie city boasting shopping, arts, sports, natural spaces, and a proud heritage.
Winnipeg is composed of a scenic blend of single family homes, townhouses, and apartments.
The unique flavours of Winnipeg cuisine.
Winnipeg may be chilly, but it has a thriving cultural scene including music, festivals, shops, and more.
Winnipeg boasts over 26 different National Historic Sites of Canada.
This diverse city attracts families and professionals from around the world.