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Government building overlooking the river in Winnipeg

Canadas Biggest Small Town 

It is officially, Canada's biggest small town (just ask, everyone knows everyone). When a city is left alone in the cold (literally and figuratively) as long as Winnipeg has been, certain quirks are bound to develop. And boy has Winnipeg developed some good ones!

The brand new Mere Hotel is a great place to stay as it is on the doorstep of the Exchange District, which is a neighborhood in Winnipeg’s downtown made up of turn of the century monolithic brick warehouses. The Exchange is very pedestrian friendly and is the heart of Winnipeg culture, with galleries, museums, theaters & nightclubs along with many small quirky shops and restaurants. It also happens to be a National Historic site! Just down the road from the Exchange along the beautiful waterfront drive, is the Forks.

A favorite spot for Winnipeggers to congregate, the Forks is part urban park, part urban market and definitely a place you will have to check out as it is a stones throw from Canada's new and beautiful Museum of Human Rights. Crossing the Red River using the picturesque walking bridge in front of the Museum, you will discover St. Boniface, a great place to brush up on all of the French you thought you forgot, as you will find yourself sipping espresso in the largest francophone community outside of Quebec. Summer is definitely the choice time to visit, as the canopy of Elm Trees throughout the city define Winnipeg in summer as much as snow does in Winter.

It's a difficult town to explain, but definitely has more pulse than a traveler would expect, and this is primarily due to the citizens of this Burg. Be sure to meet them. In the summer you can pack light but if your planning to visit in the winter you'll need to make sure to have spacious luggage to fit the essential layers to tackle a Winnipeg Winter... theres a reason Winnipegs nickname is "Winterpeg". 

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It is officially, Canada's biggest small town (just ask, everyone knows everyone). When a city is left alone in the cold (literally and figuratively) as long as Winnipeg has been, certain quirks are bound to develop. And boy has Winnipeg developed some good ones! The brand new Mere Hotel is a great place to stay as it is on the doorstep of the Exchange District, which is a neighborhood in Winnipeg’s downtown made up of turn of the century monolithic brick warehouses. The Exchange is very pedestrian friendly and is the heart of Winnipeg culture, with galleries, museums, theaters & nightclubs along with many small quirky shops and restaurants. It also happens to be a National Historic site! Just down the road from the Exchange along the beautiful waterfront drive, is the Forks. A favorite spot for Winnipeggers to congregate, the Forks is part urban park, part urban market and definitely a place you will have to check out as it is a stones throw from Canada's new and beautiful Museum of Human Rights. Crossing the Red River using the picturesque walking bridge in front of the Museum, you will discover St. Boniface, a great place to brush up on all of the French you thought you forgot, as you will find yourself sipping espresso in the largest francophone community outside of Quebec. Summer is definitely the choice time to visit, as the canopy of Elm Trees throughout the city define Winnipeg in summer as much as snow does in Winter. It's a difficult town to explain, but definitely has more pulse than a traveler would expect, and this is primarily due to the citizens of this Burg. Be sure to meet them. They'll probably invite you home for dinner! They are underdogs and overachievers, just don't insult the good people of Winnipeg, they might just bottle you…then buy your hockey team!

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