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  • Heartland Archery & Canoe Rentals
    Manitoba's Clipper Canoe dealer
  • Heartland Archery Ltd.
    Your Winnipeg Archery Store & Pro Shop.
  • Winnipeg Canoe Rentals
    Self-Guided Group Evening Paddle river tours provide a unique look of the city of Winnipeg.
  • The Marlborough
    The Marlborough Hotel opened its doors on November 14, 1914, on the eve of the First World War. Originally named The Olympia, and described as
  • The Fairmont Winnipeg Hotel
    The Fairmont Winnipeg Hotels is located on Portage Avenue East by the famous corner of Portage and Main which is approximately 8 km / 5 miles from the Winnipeg International Airport.
  • Four Points Sheraton Airport Hotel
    Located at the James Armstrong Richardson Winnipeg International Airport and less than 5 miles from McPhillips Station Casino this Winnipeg airport hotel features it’s own restaurant which offers room service 24-hours a day and a well equipped gym.
  • Hilton Suites Winnipeg Airport
    The Hilton Suites Winnipeg Airport is located within the airport industrial park, approximately one mile from Winnipeg International Airport.
  • Clarion Hotel Winnipeg
    Clarion Hotel and Suites Winnipeg is approximately one block from Winnipeg Arena and Stadium and two miles from Winnipeg International Airport. Manitoba’s largest shopping mall, Polo Park Shopping Center, is directly across the street.
  • Inn at The Forks Hotel
    The Inn at the Forks is ideally located in the downtown Winnipeg within easy walking distance of downtown Winnipeg businesses and sports facilities such as Shaw Park, home to the Winnipeg Goldeye’s Baseball Team and MTS Centre where you can catch a live NHL hockey game and watch the Winnipeg Jets.
  • Holiday Inn Winnipeg-South
    The 170-room Holiday Inn Winnipeg South is located four miles from downtown Winnipeg. The hotel is home to A. Gulliver’s Restaurant, Traveller’s Lounge, a fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool.


Winnipeg   Events, Festivals, Arts and Music Brochures


Winnipeg is known for its world class arts and cultural events and festivals. From the internationally renowned Winnipeg Ballet one of Canada’s two top ballet companies to the Festival du Voyaguer, Western Canada’s largest winter festival and the Winnipeg Fringe Festival and Winnipeg Folk Festival which takes place in near by Birds Hill Provincial Park.

Winnipeg attracts the top names in music and has hosted concerts for The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Elton John and other top names in popular music.

The Winnipeg music and arts scene is also thriving on a local level. It is not difficult to find a local venue to hear live music or catch a theatre play or comedy act. The city has produced its share of international talent including The Guess Who (Burton Cummings and Randy Bachman), Chantal Kreviazuk, The Crash Test Dummies,  Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Econoline Crush, the Watchmen. Niel Young even spent a large part of his youth here and went to Kelvin High School. John Candy stayed with his aunt here during the summer months and loved eating at Alycia’s Dinner. He loved Alycia’s Ukrainian food so much he was known to fly in a dish or ten when he lived in Hollywood.

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Pantages Playhouse Theatre
Festival Du Voyaguer
The Winnipeg Folk Festival
The Winnipeg Fringe Festival
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