Winnipeg Arts & Entertainment
is one of Canada's premier privately operated, non-profit, outdoor education and recreation facilities. Just 20 minutes from the heart of Manitoba's capital, Winnipeg, Fort Whyte features over 400 acres of woodlands, wetlands, grasslands and lakes. Our buildings and select trails are wheelchair accessible. Enjoy a relaxing respite from your hike - enjoy a home-made lunch in the Buffalo Stone Café or find that perfect bird house or birthday gift in The Nature Shop.
The Manitoba Lotteries Corporation (MLC) operates and manages two casino properties; McPhillips Street Station Casino and Club Regent Casino. As well, MLC operates a video lottery terminal (VLT) network and is responsible for the distribution of all Lottery products to a network of lottery retailers, in the province of Manitoba.
Guess you're interested in finding out about some of the great shows we have lined up at this year's CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival.
Now entering its 51st season, the WSO has earned a place among the ranks of major Canadian symphony orchestras. In addition to its own season, the orchestra performs with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Manitoba Opera. WSO musicians form the core of the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, and symphony musicians are active in Winnipeg in a variety of performing and teaching activities
Offers Premium Live Musical Entertainment for Weddings, Corporate Banquets, Receptions, Dinners, etc. Big Band, Dance Bands, Jazz Ensembles, Pipers, Celtic and Latin Groups.