Discover our PASSION and HISTORY!

Welcome to St. Boniface, the heart of Manitoba’s French-speaking community and the Francophone capital of Western Canada. A bustling community awaits you. With more than 100,000 Francophones in Manitoba, you’re sure to be greeted with a friendly Bonjour!” during your stay. 

St. Boniface is right across the river from the famous Forks market. The culture of this French Quarter is steeped in Francophone and Métis traditions. Visit the majestic ruins of the St. Boniface Cathedral and the St. Boniface Museum, Winnipeg’s oldest building, where you will learn more about Louis Riel, the Métis leader who led Manitoba into Confederation. 

St. Boniface

Discover the tourist attractions of the bilingual neighbourhoods of St. Boniface, where you will learn more about the long and eventful history of Manitoba's francophone community.

Discover St-B


  • 15 Nov - 10 Jan 2020

    Crèches Festival

    This display of 150 nativity scenes from all over the world will captivate you at St.Georges' annual Crèches Festival.  

  • 23 Oct - 1 Nov 2020


    TREAT YOURSELF | Manitoba's 29th French-Language Film Festival with English subtitles