A five-storey, 600,000 cubic feet industrial space is transformed for this walkthrough exhibit.
YOU’D THINK THAT pristine wilderness, bison sightings and intimate exchanges with birdlife—capped by a sunset eruption of migrating Canada geese—would be at least an hour’s drive from Portage and Main. But just 20 minutes away, the Fort Whyte Centre’s 600 acres include prairie meadows, sparkling lakes, forests and wetlands, most often playing host to a gaggle of school kids.
Your trip is too short to wait for a table!
This Prairie city has a reputation for its vibrant arts scene, so it’s not surprising to stumble upon an idiosyncratic restaurant where local ingredients and flavours are married with creative flare. Fusion Grill's panko-crusted pickerel cheeks ($12), fished from Manitoba waters, are a truly tasty combination.