Former U.S. President Barack Obama brings his political perspective to Winnipeg on Monday, March 4.
ChrisD.ca wants to send you to see the 44th President of the United States for “A Conversation with President Barack Obama” at Bell MTS Place.
Western Canada’s largest French-Canadian winter festival is turning 50 and ChrisD.ca wants to send you there!
Festival du Voyageur is February 15-24, making for 10 days of fun at venues across the city, bringing you music, food, culture and plenty of outdoor winter activities at Voyageur Park in St. Boniface.
WINNIPEG — Thinking of hibernating this weekend amid the bone-chilling temperatures? FortWhyte Alive wants you to do the complete opposite.
Whether you’re into snowshoeing, ice skating, cross-country skiing, ice fishing or tobogganing, chances are there will be something for you at Winterfest this weekend.
It’s the big 5-0 for Festival du Voyageur this year as the largest winter festival in Western Canada marks five decades.
“As we mark this milestone in our festival’s history, it is important to not only celebrate the past 50 years but to also look to the future,” said Darrel Nadeau, executive director of Festival du Voyageur.
Actor Sean Penn is roaming the streets of Winnipeg as part of an upcoming film project, ChrisD.ca has learned.
The Academy Award winner is currently scouting shoot locations in the city. It’s unclear what project Penn is working on or how long he will be in Winnipeg.