International Peace Garden – 2019 National Finalist

Situated along the border of Manitoba and North Dakota, the International Peace Garden (IPG) was established in 1932 as a symbolic reminder of peace between Canada and the United States. Today it continues to thrive as a symbol of peace and a place of beauty and reflection. Thousands of annuals are planted each year to […]

Stonewall – 2018 National Finalist

The Town of Stonewall is a great place to call home. The Town is located along Provincial Trunk Highway 67 with a population of 4,536 (as of the 2011 Census) and growing! Stonewall is just 25 kilometers north of Manitoba’s capital city, Winnipeg. Stonewall offers its residents a friendly, quiet rural alternative to life in […]

Boissevain-Morton – 2019 National Finalist

Boissevain is a community alive with vibrancy and spirit. Locals are proud of their past and its people, and this is amply demonstrated by the town’s outdoor art gallery, floral displays, arts park, museums and celebrations. There is an abundance of recreational activities offered in the area. The Turtle Mountain Provincial Park is a haven […]

Killarney – Turtle Mountain – 2018 National Finalist

Killarney Turtle Mountain is a unique green jewel surrounding Killarney Lake situated in the south western corner of Manitoba. The community boasts two beautiful campgrounds, an 18 hole golf course, groomed snowmobile trails, ice fishing, walking trails, splash park, fully integrated sports complex, and the newly constructed Mineral Spa. Business is booming, with a refurbished […]

Dauphin – 2019 National Finalist

Dauphin is a warm and welcoming community of over 8,400 people in 3200 residences. Surrounded by rich, productive farmland and natural beauty, the community offers a myriad of opportunities for outdoor recreation activities in the summer and winter.  Nestled in the heart of the Parkland region, Dauphin is flanked by the breathtaking Riding Mountain escarpment […]

Brandon – 2019 National Finalist

  The City of Brandon is a vibrant city representing Manitoba’s second largest urban area after Winnipeg, the provincial capital. Brandon was once a small service junction along the Canadian Pacific Railway but has grown to a city that offers a wealth of urban facilities for the region including a university, community college, a health […]