Manitoba and Winnipeg

Living in Winnipeg

Winnipeg is rich in culture with large populations in Francophone, Indigenous, Filipino and Chinese communities. This can be seen in the variety of dining options and at major festivals such as Folklorama.

Winnipeggers embrace the outdoors year-round, with major events occurring during the hot summers and chilly winters. These include the Fringe Theatre Festival, Festival du Voyageur and many others. City grounds such as Assiniboine Park and Kildonan Park offer numerous bike and ski paths, along with trails both inside Winnipeg and just past the city’s perimeter.

Winnipeg is home to year-round pro sports, including the Winnipeg Jets (hockey), the Manitoba Moose (hockey), the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (football), Valour FC (soccer) and the Winnipeg Goldeyes (baseball).

Industry is also varied in Winnipeg. From tech to manufacturing, the city boasts a variety of business and work options.

Living in Manitoba

Manitoba Canada’s fifth most populated province, with more than 1.27 million citizens. Originally a hub for fur trading and home to a variety of Indigenous communities, Manitoba was formally introduced as Canada’s fifth province in 1870.

Agriculture remains vibrant across Manitoba while tourism stretches across the province, including polar bear tours in Thompson and the Narcisse Snake Dens.

Across the province, communities share their warm spirit all year long and welcome you for visits. In the summer, the many lakeside towns thrive with beautiful beaches and neighbourhood festivals.

Living in Canada

Canada is the second-largest country in the world. Founded in 1867, it is home to a rich tapestry of international flavour and traditional values. With incredible healthcare, beautiful natural scenery and a dedication to its people, Canada is touted by many international bodies as a leading country.

Canada has two official languages - English and French - along with two official sports, hockey and lacrosse. It is home to incredible names in the arts and entertainment world, including Justin Bieber, Margaret Atwood, Ryan Reynolds and countless others.

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