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Travel into the Past at Assiniboine Park Zoo

For over a century, Assiniboine Park Zoo has spearheaded conservation efforts and promoted appreciation and respect for animals among visitors from across Canada and the world....

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Winnipeg Jazzes Up June

June in Winnipeg means that it’s once again time for the TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival, an eleven-day extravaganza that runs from the 15th through the 25th....

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The Forks: Winnipeg's Meeting Place

Located downtown at the intersection of the Assiniboine River and Red River, The Forks provides millions of visitors the best shopping, dining, and entertainment that Winnipeg has to offer....

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Wines of Winnipeg and the World

Wine lovers and experts from across Canada and the world will soon journey to Winnipeg for the 16th annual Winnipeg Wine Festival, a week-long extravaganza starting April 30....

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The Fine Art of Canada

Founded more than a century ago as Canada’s first civic art museum, the Winnipeg Art Gallery (or WAG, as you’ll hear the locals call it) has grown to become the sixth largest gallery in the country....

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A Stroll in the Snow

Located just twenty minutes from the Fort Garry Hotel, Kings Park is a tranquil oasis perfect for recreation, relaxation, and reflection. ...

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Fools and Horses

Neighborhood cafes and coffeehouses are a great way to meet new, undiscovered artists as their careers began to bloom....

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All That Glows: Then & Now

The Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre, located at 680 Harrow Street, just ten minutes from the Fort Gary Hotel, is proud to present "All That Glows: Then & Now 2016," an annual exhibit of holiday lights....

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The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival

The fifteenth edition of the Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival kicks off November 24th....

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Oktoberfest in Winnipeg

Despite its name, Oktoberfest is traditionally celebrated over the last three weeks of September....

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Journey to Churchill

The Assiniboine Park Zoo, about twenty minutes west of The Fort Gary Hotel, won three major awards in 2015 for its "Journey to Churchill" exhibit....

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Berry Awesome Adventure

One of the virtues of the farmers market is dealing directly with the person who planted, picked, and packed your produce....

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Where Those Coins Jangling in Your Pocket Are Made

Ever wonder where those coins jangling in your pocket are made?...

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A Meeting Place 6,000 Years Old

For more than 6,000 years, the confluence of the Red River and Assiniboine River has served as a meeting place for merchants and traders. Today the area known as The...

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Witness Legends at the Winnipeg Jazz Festival

This year's featured artist is Kamasi Washington, the tenor saxophonist whose 2015, three disc, solo release, The Epic, has taken the jazz world by storm. ...

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2016 Winnipeg Wine Festival

To whoever invented wine tasting events, we’re forever grateful. The 2016 Winnipeg Wine Festival is coming to town, with wine tastings starting April 24th and ending on April 30th. ...

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Welcome to Winnipeg's Meeting Place

All things shopping, dining and entertainment have a home in Winnipeg, and it’s all just a quick walk away from the Fort Garry Hotel. ...

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Winnipeg's Best Art Gallery

Take a day to explore the world of art with a visit to the Winnipeg Art Gallery, commonly known as WAG. Just a short walk away from The Fort Garry Hotel, WAG is Canada’s first civic art gallery and the sixth largest gallery in the country....

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3 Reasons to Explore The Exchange District

Located just 10 minutes away from our downtown Winnipeg hotel is The Exchange District, a must-do for anyone who loves a full day of shopping and a night of bar hopping. ...

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A Walk in the Park

Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba, has everything you’d expect in a major city, along with a few things you might not, like Kings Park, a huge slice of green in the city, with separate areas for football, soccer and baseball as well as a dog park, Chinese pagoda and rock garden, a six-acre lake with a waterfall over a mile and a half long walking path and even a labyrinth! ...

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Revel In A Human Rights Story

Whether you're into architecture or just fancy yourself an activist, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is Winnipeg's newest must-see attraction....

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