The Festival du Voyageur is a yearly 10-day winter celebration that happens in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The occasion is held amid every February in Winnipeg's French Quarter, Saint-Boniface, and is Western Canada's biggest winter celebration. It observes Canada's hide exchanging past and novel French legacy and culture through stimulation, expressions and artworks, music, shows, and shows. The thought for a winter celebration to observe Manitobicksa's Francophonie was first proposed by Georges Forest. He turned into the primary authority Voyageur. Voyageurs are individuals who advance the celebration in 1967. The proposition was advanced to the city of St. Boniface, yet the city's offer was inadequate. In the mid-year of 1969, the chairman, Ed Turner, and the city committee of Saint-Boniface allowed their help under the condition that Festival turned into a consolidated association.
Judge Robert Trudel turned into the principal leader of Festival du/of the Voyageur. "Voyageur" alludes to the individuals who worked for a hide exchanging organization and normally went by kayak. Celebration du/of the Voyageur Inc. was consolidated under the Companies Act of Manitoba on December 18, 1969. It got a city concede of $35,000 however needed to surrender back all benefits to $35,000. The huge number of participants required an unanticipated level of use by celebration coordinators; by the celebration's determination, the association had an obligation in overabundance of C$40,000. To cure their money related circumstance, the coordinators held steed races as a pledge drive in conjunction with the 1971 celebration.