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Red River North Tourism seeking Tourism Student for Summer

Hours of work: 35 hrs/wk Start date: June 8 – August 28, 2020 Job Duration: 12 weeks Remuneration: $11.65 – $12.50/hr – depending on qualifications Close Date: Friday, May 29th, 2020 @ 4:30 pm Work Locations: Various locations which may include: City of Selkirk Municipal Office, RM of St. Andrews Municipal Office (Clandeboye), St. Andrews […]

2020 Tourism Development Fund – NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!

If you have a project in mind that contributes to the core Manitoba tourism experience, a unique blend of cultural and nature-based attractions and travel experiences, our program can provide financial support to develop new, or enhance existing, tourism products.  For 2020, the program criteria will be expanded and priority given to projects that assist […]

ITA 2020 AGM Video Recording

ITA 2020 AGM Video Recording

How to Make Your Snowmobile Last Forever

https://www.carcovers.com/resources/how-to-make-your-snowmobile-last-forever/ Story by Tracy Graham This story was suggested by a young man named Nick, who selected a topic of interest to him to research. He is an avid snowmobile fan and wanted information on how to care for one. While researching he came across a link to our Snoman link on this website and […]

Sugar Me Cookie – Merry & Bright

November – December 2019 Fresh baking made from scratch, in house, every day. Come in to see our daily offerings, or to pick up an old favourite. CALL AHEAD TO RESERVE YOUR BAKING AS WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT ANYTHING WILL STAY ON OUR SHELVES FOR LONG DUE TO INCREASED POPULARITY! HOURS OF OPERATION – CALL OR ORDER ON-LINE 24/7 Shipping across Canada and U.S.A. or arrangements […]

Manitoba town keeps Icelandic culture alive thanks to strong connection_CBC News

Smack dab in the middle of Canada, on the shore of the picturesque and sometimes stormy Lake Winnipeg, sits a small town with a very large concentration of people of Icelandic heritage. Read the entire story here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/gimli-icelandic-culture-1.5320512?fbclid=IwAR15MwS9X5LkTKnbNo3YNbMUEGC5JkOuH3Iaf3VtyAgi6Hp_oZeVlW-gTkg

Social Media Training

GETTING STARTED WITH SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP October 28 & November 4 6:30pm – 9:30pm At Oak Hammock Marsh- Hwy 67 between Hwy 7 & 8 Registration details are on the poster. Click on link below for full details. Social Media Workshop Registration Form Social Media Workshop Sponsored in Partnership with Community Futures West Interlake

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Heritage Treasures of the Red River North

If you are a Manitoba history buff then this is for you. Catch up on the Red River North Heritage information in a downloadable pdf format or read it online. Covering from the beginnings of the timeline of early Indigenous settling to places and things you can still see this will be an enjoyable journey […]