DISCOVER EASTERN MANITOBA
About Eastern Manitoba
There's a quiet confidence about the place, an unheralded history and energy, which makes Manitoba truly Canadian, yet unlike any other province in the country. Eastern Manitoba beckons you to explore a variety of year-round vacationoptions, from natural scenery to awe-inspiring ecotourism to lively gatherings and festival fun. Explore the scenic lakes, gushing rivers, rocky landscapes, rich prairies and varied cultures which presents travelers with an unparalleled experience. Come make your own special vacation memories in Eastern Manitoba.
This is how our hearts beat in Eastern Manitoba…
The Little North…First Nations culture, pristine wilderness, paddling safaris.
Prairie Waterways…historical waterways, spectacular sandy beaches, family fun.
The Shield…snowmobilers dream, top hiking trails, boreal forest.
Bison Woods…culturally rich, unspoiled nature, lively gatherings.
The Great Plains…festivals and food, Metis culture, the centre of Canada!
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What do you love to do? The five regions that make up Eastern Manitoba all possess characteristics like no other place in the province. With its scenic waterways, rare wildlife and rich history, it is a part of the province you should not miss on your visit to Manitoba. From the pristine rivers and lakes in the north to south. There’s so much to love in Eastern Manitoba.» READ MORE » View complete list of Things to do
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Exhibit: Storied Places
July 1, 2017 to May 1, 2018
Storied Places will provide a basis for discussion about how everyone – immigrants and their descendants, Mennonites and non-Mennonites – relate to Canada, and what makes it ‘home'.[...] » READ MORE
Great Falls Annual Christmas Market
November 25, 2017
Everything is hand-made at the Great Falls Annual Christmas Market. Come for the shopping and enjoy some home-made food at their canteen. Don't forget your silent auction tickets. You never know [...]» READ MORE
Janelle Nadeau Ensemble
December 8, 2017
A Prairie Christmas» READ MORE