Links to Winnipeg's major magazines and media outlets, with information on events, sports and entertainment.
Border Crossings is a quarterly cultural magazine published in Winnipeg and edited by Meeka Walsh.
Fanfare Magazine Group was founded in 1984 by Brad Hughes, who was joined in the business by partner and wife Laurie Hughes in 1989. From its beginning the company has had a simple one-sentence mission statement: to promote the best places in Winnipeg.
Dominion News is one of three oldest businesses in downtown Winnipeg. Has been operating since 1924
Fanfare Magazine Group was founded in 1984 by Brad Hughes, who was joined in the business by partner and wife Laurie Hughes in 1989
Take your professional image to new heights. Homes & Land Magazines employs the highest standards in the industry to create the most recognized real estate magazines in the world. 60 million magazines in 30,000 communities.
For the past 28 years, Manitoba Business Magazine has offered quality business journalism, thoughtful commentary and intelligent perspective on Manitoba long before it is daily news.
OutWords is a Canadian magazine, published in Winnipeg, Manitoba for the city's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
Founded in 1996 and owned by LifeStyle West Publishing Inc, Style Manitoba is a Canadian owned and operated magazine with offices located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Our annual Best of Winnipeg survey is a group effort. This year, things got rolling in January, when Uptown editor John Kendle consulted with the rest of the staff about which categories were worthy of inclusion before going ahead and doing whatever the hell he felt like (’cos he’s the boss).
Simply put, Where is your best source of visitor information for the most exciting cities across the globe. Publishing since 1936, Where provides timely, local information on the hottest and most essential shopping, dining, cultural attractions and entertainment.
From the day the first edition rolled off the presses in 1872, the Winnipeg Free Press has been an integral part of the city and province it serves. It is a position the newspaper is certain to maintain in the new millennium.
Winnipeg Men is your complete mens magazine.
Locally owned and operated, Winnipeg Parent Newsmagazine is written for Winnipeg and it's families, caregivers and educators. It is a comprehensive guide to family life in and around our city.
The Winnipeg Sun was first published Nov. 5, 1980. It was formed following Southam's closure of the Winnipeg Tribune Aug. 27, 1980 after 94 years. Initially, The Winnipeg Sun only published Monday, Wednesday and Friday, but went to Monday-Friday in February 1982.
Winnipeg Women is your complete womens magazine with topics such as health, fashion and recipes.