Travel Guide Thursdays: Manitoba

Planning a summer vacation? Perhaps you will find a Rampage player on your next trip. The Rampage has seen 293 players from all around the globe who have played with the Rampage at some point in the team’s nine-year history. Each Thursday throughout the offseason, sarampage.com will feature a location in which Rampage players call home.  The Rampage has had 188 players from Canada, 40 from Europe/other places around the world and 65 from the U.S. This week’s featured location is Manitoba in which 10 players call home.

Manitoba, Canada
Capital: Winnipeg
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Leaders: Monarch – Elizabeth II, Lieutenant Governor – Philip S. Lee, Premier – Greg Selinger
Population: 1,232,654
Area: 250,950 square miles
Language: English
Currency: Canadian Dollar
Climate (in capital city): Winter average high – 25; Summer average high – 69

Top places to visit in Winnipeg:
The Forks Market
Manitoba Museum
Royal Canadian Mint
Assiniboine Park
Fort Whyte Alive
Basilique-Cathedrale de Saint Boniface
Manitoba Legislative Building
Old Market Square
Tinkertown Family Fun Park
Corydon District
St. Vital Centre
Red River Exhibition Park
Grand Beach Provincial Park
McPhillips Street Station Casino
Club Regent Casino
Leo Mol Sculpture Garden
Thunder Rapids Amusement Park
Living Prairie Museum
Dalnavert Museum
Graffiti Gallery
Fort Gibraltar
Upper Fort Garry Gate

Rampage players from Manitoba (by city):
Birtle, MAN – Rick Berry
Deloraine, MAN – Ryan Caldwell
Portage La Prairie, MAN – Troy Bodie
Ste. Rose, MAN – Burke Henry
West St. Paul, MAN – Tyler Mosienko
Winnipeg, MAN – Lee Goren
Winnipeg, MAN – Scott Kelman
Winnipeg, MAN – Brent Krahn
Winnipeg, MAN – Lance Monych
Winnipeg, MAN – Michael Stone


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