I am happy to say that I have been to Clementine on Princess Street on a number of occasions. Each time I have been impressed with their culinary offerings as well as their warm, laid-back service. This is no surprise … Continue reading Clementine – 123 Princess St.
Winnipeg store bringing hope and opportunity to inner-city By Bill Burfoot It may be located in one of Winnipeg’s poorest areas, but one neighborhood business is bucking the trend by surviving the difficult times when others weren’t able to do … Continue reading Neechi Commons creating opportunities in North End
Iconic Hy’s Steakhouse has been a fixture on Winnipeg’s dining scene for ages but has enjoyed a recent resurgence. Perhaps the reason is the return to Winnipeg of General Manager Jason Sohor. Jason rose through the ranks of Hy’s in … Continue reading Hy’s Steakhouse – 1 Lombard Place
An old acquaintance of mine once bought a former railway bridge here in Winnipeg so that he could open a restaurant on it. I kid you not. The building’s 360 degree view of the river offers a stunning setting for … Continue reading Mon Ami Louis – 50 Provencher Blvd.
By Derek Gagnon There can be any number of reasons why a person might choose to learn a new language. Some do it for fun, as they look to improve themselves. Others do it in preparation for a big … Continue reading Global learning: Heartland International English School
A global business to business forum By Tania Moffat Companies wishing to expand their business, develop new partnerships or extend into new global markets can make connections with like-minded businesses at Centrallia. This event will bring more than 700 Canadian … Continue reading Centrallia 2016
It’s cooooooold outside right now, but instead of hiding under the covers till the days get longer and warmer, here are some tips on how to survive the winter in Winnipeg. 1. Think Green. Surround yourself with plants of all … Continue reading 10 ways to survive and enjoy the winter in Winnipeg
The Assiniboine Park duck pond is a long-time favourite for families to strap on their skates for an afternoon of gliding about. Washrooms are located onsite and the warming shelter is ideal for sharing a cup of cocoa. FortWhyte Alive … Continue reading Five Winter Wonders in Winnipeg
The Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) has announced that the Assiniboine Park Zoo has received Top Honors in the AZA 2015 Award for Exhibit Design for annual operating budgets over $5 million category for its Journey to Churchill exhibit. … Continue reading Assiniboine Park Zoo Earns Prestigious Award for Journey to Churchill Exhibit