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a special interview with the Jet’s incredible #27 Nikolaj Ehlers and a story about where to go in Manitoba for some of the world’s best ice fishing. On right now is the amazing Ice Castle display at Te Forks, where you can spend the day skating on the world’s longest skating trail (yes, Ottawa, we have surpassed your record!). When we’ve had our fill of winter fun, some of us get on a plane and head off for exotic des- tinations: Rome, Ixtapa, Te Philippines . . .even Calgary. Don’t forget to take a copy of Te Hub with you and send us a photo for our Postcard page!


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inter in Winnipeg is the best of times and the worst of times. Granted it can be a bit chilly, but the brilliant yellow sun makes up for that. We also look forward to winter: the change of seasons is so stimulating and opens up opportunities or some fun. In this issue, we share some of the fun with you; there’s hockey and


Tania Moffat Editor-in-Chief


ast year just flew by! An extremely busy 2017 saw us reach new heights in passenger traffic, cargo traffic, routes and offerings for consumers and business alike. Our 20th year, all in all, was about connection. We made sure to connect people to new locations, especially with fun in the sun.


Connecting those in need like Emad Tishko, the young ISIS refugee, back to his mother was another highlight. Every single province also connected here as a pivotal part of the Canada Summer Games. Tese and more are captured in our recap of the year that was. Tough winter brings with it memories of snow and recouping from the cold, warmth comes from a couple of places: the warm escapes that people are going to find, and also reconnecting with loved ones (fireplace not necessary). Tis issue goes a little hot and cold. We venture out across the ocean to the Philippines. Tere’s


also a little trip to Ixtapa in Mexico to keep you warm. Within our borders during the winter season, we transport you to Calgary, the Stampede City. We also look north to Manitoba’s snowy gems, highlighting the new Look North Report, and then on to the brand new Iqaluit airport to tourism in the northern part of Canada. Tis is a time for being together, and we hope you find your way to connect with the people you care about.


Tyler MacAfee and Michael Badejo, Editorial Advisory Board


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