2023 Summit


Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba, located in the geographic centre of Canada, and is easily accessible by air with direct flights from major cities such as Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Toronto, and Montreal.

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The Flash Your Badge program offers discounts on attractions, tours, and many other goods and services with tourism partners. Simply present your delegate badge and enjoy the savings.

Winnipeg’s attractions include:

Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, located in downtown Winnipeg, stands as a beacon for the struggle to achieve equal human rights for all. It is the first museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the evolution, celebration, and future of human rights. From the breathtaking architecture to the moving stories and captivating exhibitions and programs, every part of the museum offers a unique encounter.

The museum comprises 10 galleries. At the top of the building on the 8th floor, you’ll find yourself inside the Israel Asper Tower of Hope, a 100-metre glass spire with brilliant views over Winnipeg.

Summit participants will receive an online code in the CDHA Summit registration confirmation email, offering a 20% discount on adult tickets to the museum. The code can be used for admission between September 20 to October 22, 2023; tickets go on sale approximately six weeks in advance.

Winnipeg Art Gallery-Qaumajuq
Qaumajuq (pronounced KOW-ma-yourk and sometimes heard HOW-ma-yourk) is an innovative new museum, home of the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art in the world. This first-of-its-kind centre connects to the WAG on all levels, creating a 185,000-square-foot cultural campus in the heart of downtown Winnipeg.

Assiniboine Park Conservancy
Established in 1904, this year-round playground is one of Winnipeg’s finest attractions. Explore the animal kingdom at the Assiniboine Park Zoo; bask in exotic florals at the Conservatory and English Garden; admire art in the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden and Pavilion; delight in the concerts and special events; and visit The Leaf, a stunning showcase of diversity, expressed through plants that shape lives locally and across the globe.

The Forks Market
The Forks, located at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, has been a meeting place for over 6,000 years. Indigenous peoples traded at The Forks, followed by European fur traders, Scottish settlers, railway pioneers, and tens of thousands of immigrants.

Visit Tourism Winnipeg for more attractions and events in this vibrant city.

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