Winnipeg - Manitoba

Almost exactly half way between each coast and the provincial capital of Manitoba, Winnipeg looks and feels very much like a western city due to its architecture. Home to half of the province's population and as the fourth largest city in Canada Winnipeg is an important grain handling and transportation centre.

Summer to winter are very extreme and the corner of Portage Ave and Main St is said to the be the windiest corner on the continent.

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The Forks Fort Garry Hotel Gothic Building Legislative Building Pantages Play House Chinese Cultural Centre A Morning at the Locks Totem Pole Lt-Governer's Residence Confederation building

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    The nights are frosty and the cooler days now vastly outnumber the warm ones. In lakes and ponds, the ducks and geese are gathering, and occasionally a V of birds passes overhead. Signs of the end of summer are multiplying, and classes are in full swing for students of all ages. In Winnipeg, as in many other Canadian cities, fall is a time when people return from their summer travel to settle down for another season, getting back to the daily routines they put on hold for the warm summer months. Yet there are still many events to attract visitors to Manitoba's capital city in the fall and winter months; for activities ranging from sports to bird-watching to attending concerts, Winnipeg is the place to be in the coming season.
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