Award Winning Postcards!
TUESDAY, MAY 12
Manitoba Homecoming’s postcard series won a Signature Award Friday night in the category of “Direct Mail”. Thanks to the Fusion Communications Group for their design and nomination. The Signature Awards is the Advertising Association of Winnipeg’s annual Manitoba-only creative awards program. Entries are received from AAW Read more...

Memories of Winnipeg
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14
Manitoba Homecoming 2010 kicked off the New Year by hitting the streets of Winnipeg and taking the first of a series of photographs of iconic locations across our city and province. We started off our day at Jeanne’s Bakery on Notre Dame Ave and were greeted by Davian and his friendly staff. We also went to the Paddle Wheel Restaurant Read more...

Congratulations Neepawa
TUESDAY, MAY 12
CELEBRATE MANITOBA DAY WINNING TOWN ANNOUNCED As part of the Celebrate Manitoba Day contest hosted by Manitoba Homecoming, Manitobans have spent the last month voting for which town they felt should host the province’s 140th birthday in 2010. The five finalists were: La Broquerie, La Salle, Morden, Neepawa and Thompson. After receiving o Read more...

Celebrate Manitoba Day Final
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
Manitoba Homecoming 2010 has announced its five finalists for the Celebrate Manitoba’s Birthday contest that will be bringing the province’s biggest bash to a Manitoba city or town in May 2010. “Since February, we’ve been challenging all communities, cities, and municipalities throughout the province to nominate their city Read more...

Canadian Human Rights Museum
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19
Canadians of all backgrounds crammed into a tent at Winnipeg's junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers today to mark the construction of the Canadian Human Rights Museum. Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined the museum's main proponent Gail Asper to mark the building of the first national museum outside the Ottawa region. "This great Read more...
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