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When Ukrainian settlers first arrived in the area west of Riding Mountain in 1899, their first homes were small, tent-shaped pole structures with roofs of hay, known as buddas. Michael Swistun was born in one of these structures in 1900, and constructed two buddas near the original settlement trail. » more
A monument near Olha commemorates the 100th anniversary of Ukrainian settlement in Canada, and marks the site where, over 100 years ago, 42 children and three adults succumbed to scarlet fever on their way to new homes and a better life in the Parkland region. » more
A unique giftstore with men’s and women’s clothing, candles, toys, costume jewellery, giftware, handmade gold and silver jewellery. Watch goldsmith and artist Valerie McMunn at work on-site, creating intuitive designs with gold and silver. » more
A 2-km (1.25-mile) hike east of North Steeprock Lake in the Porcupine Forest may reward the patient fly-fisher with a nice catch of spar and rainbow trout. Nearby Gass Lake may yield a catch of spar and brook trout. » more
Join us on a journey across rural Manitoba as we share great places to find sweet treats and delicious homemade foods.