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The long weekend is here! Get outside and enjoy the last weekend of the summer with these events! 

Fort Whyte Alive Free Fishing Weekend

This long weekend, join Fort Whyte for a weekend of free fishing, Fish for perch, pike, and walleye in one of their 5 beautiful lakes. The cost for fishing is free, but admissioin to Fort Whyte is still required. Fishing gear is also available for rental.

Details: Saturday, September 1 until Monday, September 3  | Fort Whyte | Admission to Fort Whyte = $8

Labour Day All Mopar Car Show

Manitoba's largest all Mopar show to all Mopar vehicles mordern and classic. Show hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and admission is free. Get there early and get a good spot. Prize draw for all participants and a silent auction will be happening as well.

Details: Monday, September 3 @ 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | 1375 Regent Avenue W Winnipeg, MB | FREE Admission

Oak Hammock Marsh Labour Day Weekend

Join Oak Hammock Marsh for a guided canoe adventure. Paddle in one of their Voyageur-style canoes for a guided journey or rent your own canoe for $15 for 45 minutes. Also going on, guided marsh walks, critter dipping, games and crafts, face painting and horse-drawn wagon ride on Monday.   

Details: Monday, September 3 @ 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Oak Hammock Marsh, 1 Snow Goose Bay on Hwy. 220

Le Burger Week Winnipeg

Looking to eat some good food this weekend and this coming week? Le Burger Week is a week long burger festival taking place from September 1 to September 7. Participating resturants compete to create the most unique buger. Le Burger Week is Canada wide competition in various cities.

Details: Saturday, September 1 until Friday, September 7 | Various location in Winnipeg 

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