Pointe Hébert offers truly spectacular views of the Esplanade Riel and Downtown Winnipeg skyline and is just a stone’s throw away from Shaw Park, the Forks, the soon to be completed Canadian Museum for Human Rights, shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and so much more. Just a short walk away is Old St. Boniface’s French Quarter, home to one of the largest francophone communities this side of the Great Lakes. Stroll another few blocks you’re on Provencher Boulevard, offering restaurants, shops, boutiques, galleries and cafés. The region is also brimming with francophone cultural activities, heritage sites, and places for people of all ages to explore. Take in the Festival du Voyageur, an evening at the theatre, visit a museum, or check out some live music… and when your day is done, come home to a quietly beautiful, scenic neighbourhood and just watch the river flow by.