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Discover SaintBoniface

St. Boniface used to be a city of its own – and it still feels that way today. Welcome to the peak of convenience, liveliness, cultural significance, and a storied chapter in both the history and future for Winnipeg.


St. Boniface is the centre of much of the Franco-Manitoban community, it’s home to more than 35 designated historical sites in this culturally-rich area and there is no place more important in Winnipeg’s Franco-Manitoban and Métis history. The preservation and celebration of the French language and these cultures is in the fabric of St. Boniface and now you will be too!


Whether you’re a proud Franco-Manitoban looking to stay or brand-new to the area, St. Boniface will delight you with its charming boutiques, diverse restaurants, bars, parks, festivals and culture. Stroll along le boulevard Provencher and visit quaint cafés or embrace what nature has to offer by exploring Elzéar Goulet Park along the Red River. Just minutes away from the bustling streets of downtown and across the way from the liveliness of the Forks, the neighbourhood of St. Boniface is perfectly situated from a variety of amenities to suit all lifestyles.


Just mere minutes away you can experience the traditions of Western Canada’s largest winter festival, Festival du Voyageur. In February, you can take part of the 10-day festivities and admire giant snow sculptures, enjoy authentic French Canadian foods , meet historical characters of Fort Gibraltar or dance the night away to lively music.  Festival du Voyageur is like nothing else you can experience in Winnipeg and not to be missed!