Manitoba’s Francophone communities welcome you! Come and discover the tourist attractions of our 15 bilingual municipalities. From St. Boniface to La Broquerie, via Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, St. Georges and St. Pierre-Jolys, you will have the chance to learn more about the beautiful and long history of Manitoba’s Francophonie and the richness of its culture.
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Winnipeg’s francophone community welcomes you! Discover the tourist attractions of the bilingual neighbourhoods of St. Boniface, St. Vital and St. Norbert, where you will learn more about the long and eventful history of Manitoba’s francophone community and its rich culture.
Did you know that the local history of Manitobas francophone community began in this magnificent region that spans from the area east of the Red River to the Ontario border, where the open prairies meet the rugged landscape of the Canadian Shield?
Manitoba’s southwest region stretches from the Red River Valley to the small francophone community of St. Lazare near the Saskatchewan border, and includes the Pembina Valley region and the Métis community of St. Laurent, on the shores of Lake Manitoba.
A visit to Manitoba means travelling through Treaty 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 territory and communities signatory to Treaties 6 and 10, the original lands of the Anishinaabeg, Anish-Ininiwak, Dakota, Dené, Iiniwak, and Nehethowuk and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Its ongoing existence is thanks to these ancestors and their present day relatives who continue to love and care for the land.