The day started off gloomy and rainy, but Winnipeggers still came out in the thousands to mark Canada Day on Tuesday. By late afternoon, the skies had cleared to make way for fireworks at venues across the city.
See how people celebrated in the photo gallery below.
An estimated 10,000 people filled downtown Winnipeg on Sunday for the 27th annual Pride Parade.
Dressed in colourful costumes and full of happiness, the parade spanned seven city blocks once leaving the Manitoba Legislative Building.
Festivities wrapped up at The Forks with musical performances and other activities celebrating the local LGBTQ* community.
To mark International Polar Bear Day, the Assiniboine Park Zoo made sure its star residents received a little extra attention on Thursday.
Hudson, Kaska, Storm and Aurora enjoyed some special treats in the form of frozen blueberries and meatsicles, according to a zoo spokesperson.
Earlier in the day, Google announced it had mapped Churchill’s polar bear territory to include imagery of the northern Manitoba community on Google Street View.
View the cute photo gallery below.