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Welcome to Manitoba

(Treaties 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 10)

Nestled within the heart of Canada, Manitoba epitomizes the profound legacy of its Indigenous peoples. Stretching from the majestic boreal forests of the north to the sweeping prairies of the south, its landscape tells the story of millennia of Indigenous stewardship and reverence for the land. As the traditional homeland of the Red River Métis, alongside diverse First Nations such as the Anishinaabe, Cree, Dakota, Oji-Cree, and Dene, Manitoba’s territory resonates with rich cultural heritage and ancestral wisdom. Here, the rhythms of life harmonize with the traditions passed down through generations, shaping vibrant contemporary Indigenous communities. Manitoba’s Indigenous territory transcends mere geography; it embodies resilience, adaptability, and the enduring spirit of its original inhabitants.

Feast Cafe and Bistro
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Feast Cafe Bistro is a pioneering restaurant in Manitoba, offering modern dishes rooted in traditional Indigenous ingredients. Located in Winnipeg’s Historic West End, our cozy restaurant seats 50 and serves as a cultural hub, connecting guests with Indigenous heritage. Owner Christa’s passion for food and community infuses our menu, featuring favorites like bison ribs and wild rice salad. We prioritize locally sourced ingredients, showcasing gratitude for the gifts of Mother Earth. Beyond food, Feast provides Indigenous employment opportunities and mentoring programs in the restaurant industry.

Teekca’s Boutique
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Step into history at Teekca’s Boutique, nestled at Winnipeg’s iconic Forks, a meeting place of Indigenous Peoples and pioneers for over six millennia at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. Immerse yourself in First Nations culture as you browse our selection of locally crafted treasures, including moccasins, mukluks, and mittens, exquisite Dreamcatchers, Caribou tufting, and soapstone carvings. Discover our range of bear oil wellness products and smudge kits, offering a unique connection to Indigenous traditions and wellness practices.

Whiteshell Petroforms
Seven Sisters Falls, Manitoba

Take part in an enthralling adventure to reveal the mysteries of the Bannock Point Petroforms, situated within Whiteshell Provincial Park. Under the guidance of Diane Maytwayashing, an Anishinaabekwe woman, our guided tours provide a fully immersive journey through this revered location. Explore its profound history and cultural importance, acquiring a more profound insight through genuine Indigenous viewpoints. Running from May to October, these tours ensure both enlightening revelations and unforgettable moments amidst the awe-inspiring splendor of the natural surroundings.