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Editor’s Message S


pring is here, or should be, which means that it’s time to book your spring break trip if you haven’t already. Longer days and warmer temps also mean that you can get back to enjoy- ing the great outdoors. In this issue we explore a hidden treasure trove in the prairie town of Altona. If you


haven’t been, it is a worthwhile day-trip to explore the incredible sculpture garden and art gallery. Exciting things are on their way to Winnipeg, including Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios, Cabinet of Curiosity that will be opening in June under the big top tent at the corner of Kenaston Boulevard and Sterling Lyon Parkway. Our cover story will whisk you away to the historical centre, azure seas and white architectural


beauty that is Greece. A travel bucket list would not be complete without a visit to one of the most beautiful places on earth. Te Seychelles are an archipelago in the west Indian Ocean just off the east coast of South Africa. For those travelling a little closer to home, we have the scoop on some of the hottest ‘hoods to visit in Hamilton and top 10 things you need to know about Denver. We also have a challenge for our readers to help us celebrate Canada’s 150th! Please see page 6


for more information, and help us reach our goal. Cheers,


Tania Moffat Editor-in-Chief


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ising temperatures, a bit more slush, and more than a little sunshine: spring is starting to come into its own. Here at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport, we’re posi- tive that the eventual greenery in the city and at the airport is a sign of things to come. We have a decidedly Manitoba tilt in this issue — even more so than usual — when


taking a look at our features. Te day-trip highlighting Altona and its sculpture garden is sure to open your eyes, as will the Burton Cummings Teatre feature open your ears. As well, we’ll take you on a journey across Manitoba exploring our garden province, and all the wonders of our prairie towns. Outside of Manitoba but somewhat reminiscent of the town of Churchill, you can get an idea


of how powerful winters turn into relaxing springs in our northern travel story on Sanikiluaq, Nunavut. Altogether, it’s shaping up to be a promising year and a great kickoff to the 20th anniversary of


the Winnipeg Airports Authority. Spring is in the air and blue skies are on the horizon – hope- fully you’ll join us in that airspace.


Tyler MacAfee and Michael Badejo, Editorial Advisory Board


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