Esplanade Riel Winnipeg, MB: An evening view of the Red River while indulging in a burger and a side of poutine – life doesn’t get better than this. Who thought to put a restaurant on a bridge? A one and only for North America.
Award-winning architect Étienne Gaboury and designer Colin Douglas Stewart are those to thank for this iconic masterpiece. A bridge significantly named after Louis Riel as it connects Winnipeg’s downtown core with the French Quarter, St. Boniface.
📷: Pam Black, Winnipeg, MB | @mrsblack5
This is the eleventh in a 12-month series of #Canada150 images taken by RBC employees. We are fortunate to live in a country rich with diverse communities and breathtaking landscapes. The images instill a sense of pride and show what it means to be Canadian. 🇨🇦