St. Adolphe

Initially established as a St. Norbert mission in 1857, the St. Adolphe area, located along the Red River between Winnipeg and Ste. Agathe, was originally settled by Métis. Despite the devastating floods of 1826 and 1852, settlers from the Red River region relocated to this area during the latter half of the 19th century. Many more followed from Quebec, Eastern Canada and the United States. They were farmers and horticulturalists who sold their products in Winnipeg. 

While there are differing opinions as to the origins of the name St. Adolphe, the most likely one suggests that the town and neighbouring Ste. Agathe were named in honour of Father Norbert Ritchot, who came from Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec (whose neighbouring town is St. Adolphe). When passing through St. Adolphe, be sure to visit the “Room of the Miracle” museum in the St. Adolphe Personal Care home, the site of a reported miracle in 1922. 


Crow Wing Trail

The Crow Wing Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail. It was used for the fur trade in the 1800's. Today connects communities using country roads, community parks, bush and pasture trails.

A Maze In Corn & Ziplines

Get lost in - or better yet, find your way through A Maze In Corn.

Bruce D. Campbell Food + Discovery Center

The journey from farm to kitchen - explore the way food is produced in Canada.

Actif Epica

Actif Epica is a winter race for the hardiest of cyclists and runners.

Prarie Velo

The Joy of Cycling ... for Every Body | Your Full-Service Mobile Bike Shop

Prairie Berry

A culinary Manitoba adventure!



BnB / Hotels



Connecting the Crow Wing Trail to Santiago

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All Roads Lead to... Santiago de Compostela! Manitoba's Crow Wing Trail / Chemin Saint-Paul runs 193 km between Winnipeg and Emerson. 

Movies to go!

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CDEM and Alliance française du Manitoba are launching a Movies Under the Stars program this summer for the first time. For $100, your community can rent our inflatable movie screen and quality projection equipment and watch French movies in the great outdoors.

Local Culinary Experience at Prairie Berry

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New francophone culinary experience in Manitoba!