Discover How Your Heart Beats in Eastern Manitoba

This is How our Hearts Beat

There’s a quiet confidence about the place, an unheralded history and energy, which makes Eastern Manitoba truly Canadian. Eastern Manitoba beckons you to explore a variety of year-round adventures, 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.

Things to do

Scenic waterways, rare wildlife, rich history, and family fun festivals, Eastern Manitoba is part of the province you should not miss on your visit to Manitoba.

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Places to go

Pick a place in Eastern Manitoba you’ve never been before, pack up the car and everything else will fall in place. We can’t wait to meet you.

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What's happening

There is always so much to do and see in Eastern Manitoba, and this week is no different. Come discover how your heart beats!

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Where to stay

Warm hospitality, hosts with character and stories to tell, all the comforts you need, wherever you go in Eastern Manitoba, we roll out the red carpet for you.

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Eastman Tourism

The Eastman Tourism Association covers the area east of the Red River (not including the city of Winnipeg) to the Ontario border. Its southern limit is the Canada/U.S. border and its northern limit is the Wanipigow River.
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Road Trip along the Lord Selkirk Highway

The Lord Selkirk Highway begins at the Pembina-Emerson Border Crossing and runs approximately 101 km north, along on the Red River’s west side, to Winnipeg

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Tune into this tonight at 6pm.

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Save the date for the Eastman Tourism Development Conference! Apr 12-15

Keynote speaker, Doug Lansky, will share his 20 plus years in the tourism industry as a travel journalist, editor and author.

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Have you been to the Trails End Café? While you're in the Falcon area, make a stop for some good eats & beverage! #EasternMB #ExploreMB
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Eastman Tourism Association is now accepting applications for the Tourism Research Assistant position from July to September 2021

To apply:
Send resume to Jenny Dupas, Executive Director, by June 25, 2021
Email: admin
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What's Happening?

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  • Summer Reading Club

    July 7, 2021