Join us for the premiere edition of the new WPG M & C Action News with your Meetings Winnipeg team as we bring you a special report on the amazing meetings and convention destinations now available in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
We’ve assembled Canada’s best news and business development team, which includes:
Natalie Thiesen, Anchor and Director of Tourism
Annie Henry, Reporter and Business Development Manager
Grace Hicks, Reporter and Business Development Manager
Stephanie Kababie, Reporter and Business Development Manager
Here's a preview of what you can expect in our premiere episode, which launches at Tête-à-Tête on January 29, 2020 in Ottawa, ON.
With 264,000 sq. ft. of meeting and exhibit space at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg (Canada's 4th largest convention centre) and 7100 hotel rooms, Winnipeg is ready to host everything from city-wide conventions to intimate corporate gatherings. Reporter Grace Hicks takes you to the heart of downtown Winnipeg to preview what your meeting or convention could look like.
Off-site and off the charts
Even Sinéad O'Connor would say nothing compares to Winnipeg’s unique off-site venues. Whether it’s polar bears swimming overhead while you enjoy a cocktail at Assiniboine Park's Journey to Churchill, a meal on a 17th century merchant ship at the Manitoba Museum, or a safari that takes you up close to a herd of bison at FortWhyte Alive, reporter Stephanie Kababie will tell you why Winnipeg’s off-site venues are the talk of the convention circuit.
Shining lights on human rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is an iconic architectural marvel and an ideal spot for meetings or conventions if you are truly looking to dazzle you delegation. Reporter Annie Henry will take you to the Garden of Contemplation, one of many awe-inspiring spaces in Canada's only national museum located outside of Ottawa.
If you want the story of your next amazing meeting or convention told, contact our Meetings Winnipeg team today.