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The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is located at 145 Pacific Avenue inside the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre. It is a 3,000 square foot facility dedicated to celebrating the rich sports history in Manitoba. A feature exhibit called "60 Years of Pro Hockey in Winnipeg" is now open!

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New Exhibit Celebrating Winnipeg’s Pro Hockey History

Now Open! 60 Years of Pro Hockey in Winnipeg presented by the Winnipeg Jets celebrates the old Winnipeg Arena, new MTS Centre, Winnipeg Warriors, WHA Jets, entry into the NHL Jets 1.0, Manitoba Moose in the IHL and AHL, return of the NHL Jets 2.0 and return of the Moose. Runs October 2016 through to April 2017!

Winnipeg Whisky Festival Presented by Liquor Mart

Join us for the 5th Annual Winnipeg Whisky Festival. Over 130 whiskies will be featured along with an all-evening gourmet buffet. Last year's event sold out! Get your tickets now.

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Give the Gift of Sport

KidSport is Calling all Canadians to Give the Gift of Sport this Holiday Season!

Premiere Screening

Please join us for an evening of Al Sparks along with his family as we debut Al Sparks: The Fighting Saint

Tickets Now on Sale!

Rub shoulders with Manitoba's finest athletes and sport builders. Enjoy the cocktail hour followed by a three course meal with wine. Peruse the Silent Auction and bid on fabulous items including memorabilia from our newest inductees and other Honoured Members.This year's slate of inductees is exceptional! Don't miss this premiere event! Tickets now on sale.

2016 Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame Slate Announced

On November 5, 2016, five athletes, two builders and two teams will be inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame at the 37th Annual Induction Ceremony at the Victoria Inn in Winnipeg. The 2016 inductees are:

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