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Tourism Winnipeg Messenger Spring 2021

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Winnipeg T O U R C O N N E C T I O N M A N I T O B A , C A N A D A messenger Spring 2021 Sarah Robinson Business Development Manager For all your group travel needs: 204.954.1995 or 1.855.PEG.CITY Canadian Experiences Northern exposure The word Qaumajuq (pronounced kow-ma-yourk; meaning "It is bright, it is lit") will be on the lips of many Winnipeggers in 2021. It is the name bestowed by Indigenous language keepers and elders onto the Winnipeg Art Gallery's (WAG) 40,000 sq. ft. Inuit art centre, a stunning feat of architecture that houses the world's largest collection of contemporary Inuit art. The first exhibit, INUA, has been curated by an all-Inuit team and will present works in a variety of mediums. Learn more in the WAG's Art is a voice video. » Winnipeg Art Gallery Peak Canada on the Prairies Winnipeg–it might be flat, but it's also peak Canada! Come see polar bears swim overhead at the multi-award-winning Journey to Churchill. Go on a bison safari at FortWhyte Alive or hold and band a songbird at Oak Hammock Marsh. Take a journey through the awe-inspiring Canadian Museum for Human Rights, then uncover the mysteries of the Manitoba Legislative Building on a Hermetic Code Tour. These are just a few of the uniquely Canadian experiences available here in the centre of the continent.

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