A historic community and Winnipeg’s southernmost suburb, St Norbert is known for its vibrant French community, its Metis heritage, and its wide array of hiking and biking trails.
St. Norbert draws those who love the outdoors, want to live in a culturally significant area, and are looking for the quiet of country life with the convenience of living in the city.
Manitoba’s largest and most famous farmer’s market, attracting vendors from across the province.
9km of pathways weaving through the rich cultural heritage of the community of St. Norbert.
This provincial park is home to the St Norbert’s Art Center, and hosts the ever popular Shakespeare in the Ruins.