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Canad Inns & Manitoba 150

Manitoba Owned. Manitoba Grown. Manitoba PROUD!

The year 2020, will mark 150 years since Manitoba became Canada’s fifth province. The land that we now call Manitoba has been home to Indigenous peoples for thousands of years. In fact, the very name of our province is believed to come from several Indigenous languages, including the Cree word manitou-wapow, the Ojibwe word manidoobaa, or the Assiniboine word minnetoba.

2020 is a year to celebrate Manitoba’s beauty, culture, people and history. Be part of the celebrations throughout the year – engage in activities to cultivate pride in our province, foster a profound connection with our past, our diverse cultures, and above all, unite us in celebration! As a Manitoba Owned, Manitoba Grown, Manitoba PROUD! company, Canad Inns is looking forward to celebrating with you throughout the year.

CANAD INNS 2020 CALENDAR
CELEBRATING MANITOBA 150…
AVAILABLE AT ALL LOCATIONS!

In honour of Manitoba’s 150th birthday on May 12th, Canad Inns has created a calendar for 2020! The calendar features beautiful photos of Manitoba taken by talented Manitobans as well as monthly Manitoba inspired recipes crafted by the culinary teams at Canad Inns. Also, we’ve noted on the calendar our weekly draws for 150 BONUS Canadvantage Rewards Program points (draw takes place every Wednesday).

With your donation toward our new calendar, you will be assisting the Canad Inns Foundation in the support of the Manitoba 150 Learn 150 learning resource. Thank you once again for your support of the Canad Inns Foundation – we look forward to celebrating Manitoba 150 with you! 🥳

Canad Inns is proud to sponsor
••   LEARN 150   ••

In partnership with Manitoba 150 and WE, the Canad Inns Foundation is proud to sponsor a new bilingual, made-in Manitoba learning resource called Learn 150. Learn 150 will teach students in Kindergarten through Grade 12, about Manitoba history while focusing on issues regarding diversity and reconciliation. It will also stress the importance of healthy choices and an active lifestyle as components of good citizenship. Through these values, Learn 150 will ensure the strong community ethic that built Manitoba will remain with future generations.

For more information on Learn 150, click here.

150 Things To Do at
Canad Inns

In recognition of Manitoba 150, Canad Inns is proud  to launch “150 Things To Do at Canad Inns”. This year, we will be featuring a monthly list of 10-15 things that you can do at Canad Inns to experience all we have to offer.

Canad Inns is Manitoba’s Largest Hospitality Provider, one of Manitoba’s Top Employers and a Platinum Club member of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. Canad Inns Destination Centres feature the finest in accommodations, food and beverage, entertainment, banquet and conference facilities, and so much more. With 14 facilities; 1,500 guest rooms; 35 full service restaurants; water parks; and over 70 uniquely appointed banquet and meeting rooms, event centres, reception and exhibition spaces – Canad Inns has something for everyone!

FEBRUARY 2020

Here is a list of exciting things you can do, see, and taste at Canad Inns this month!

1. Don’t miss our Manitoba 150 inspired poutines, crafted especially for La Poutine Week (Feb. 1-7)!

2. Give a donation, receive a 2020 Canad Inns Manitoba 150 calendar! The calendar features stunning photos of Manitoba, monthly Manitoba recipes and weekly draws of 150 Canadvantage Reward Points. Proceeds support the Canad Inns Foundation.

3. Catch all the Super Bowl LIV action on February 2nd at your local Garbonzo’s Sports Pub and Tavern United‘s Super Bowl Watch Party! Enjoy great deals and prize giveaways.

4. Celebrate Valentine’s Day early at the ‘Someone Like You – The Adele Songbook‘ show at The MET on February 6th. 

5. Go fishing for some great eats at Aaltos this Valentine’s Day 💕 with our Signature Seafood Buffet and Sweet Treats Dessert Buffet.

6. Watch a romantic classic at The MET this Valentine’s Day at “Dinner and a Movie – Casablanca“🍿🎬

7. Spend Louis Riel Day (February 17th) with family and dine at Aaltos’ Manitoba 150 themed brunch and dinner buffets.

8. Canad Inns is proud to partner with Manitoba 150 and WE, to provide Learn 150 – a customized learning resource for students (K – Grade 12) focusing on healthy living, diversity and reconciliation. 

9. Enter a team for these upcoming Tipsy Trivia events at Garbonzo’s Sports Pub Polo Park ➡️ F•R•I•E•N•D•S Make Up & Break Ups Edition (2nd date!) on February 13th and Outlander on February 24th

10. Dust off your cowboy boots and beat those winter blues at The MET’s Mid Winter Barn Dance on February 29th featuring Quinton Blair and the Foster Martin Band.

11. If you’re attending a Winnipeg Jets game or a 300-level event at Bell MTS Place, stop by Resto 12 for our Event Day Buffet before accessing the arena through the Radisson parkade (Level 2B).

12. Book your stay at a participating Canad Inns location and earn 150 BONUS Canadvantage Reward Points! Register to be a Canadvantage Member today to enjoy this offer. Click here for full details.

13. Rent a Mini Box at The MET for game day entertainment, featuring front row seats to our giant, high def screen.

Canad Inns Photo Contest 📸

From our landscape of lakes and rivers to our forests and prairies, Manitoba is a province rich in beauty and history! In the hopes of capturing that beauty, Canad Inns is excited to host a photo contest in 2020 in recognition of Manitoba 150. The winning photos will be proudly displayed as the artwork in the guest rooms and public spaces at many of our Destination Centres. Stay tuned… this photo contest will be launching in May 2020!

To view the winning photos from past contest, visit our Canad Inns Artwork page.

DID YOU KNOW? Canad Inns started celebrating Manitoba’s birthday early by running a photo contest focused on the Central Plains region of Manitoba from October 5 – November 30, 2019. Winning entries from this contest will be featured in guest rooms at Canad Inns Destination Centre Portage la Prairie.

Photo by Matthew Reimer Fehr

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