header image

About Winnipeg | Things To Do And See

Festival du Voyageur

866 St. Joseph Street
(St. Joseph runs north off
Provencher Blvd between
Taché Avenue and Langevin Street)
telephone: (204) 233-9470

I do not have any affiliation or contract with this organization, therefore any information that is displayed maybe out of date or incorrect. You should always consult their official web site for the newest information.


Festival Du Voyageur

The Festival du Voyageur is an yearly 10-day winter festival taking place in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada in February. It celebrates the "Voyageur" which refers to those who worked for a fur trading company and usually traveled by canoe.

Festival Du Voyageur

This event is Western Canada's largest winter festival and celebrates Canada's fur trading past, French heritage and culture through entertainment and displays of art and crafts, music and exhibits.

Festival Du Voyageur

When Provencher Park become too small for the growing number of attendees log cabins, that are a permanent display, were Festival Du Voyageur constructed in Whittier Park forming the area now known as Fort Gibraltar.