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WINNIPEG -- Justin Bieber has treated girlfriend Selena Gomez to just about the full Winnipeg.

The Jets, check. Tim Hortons, check. The Forks, check. And while they seem to have missed at least most of the Bombers game, it was so they could have a candlelit dinner on the Nonsuch at the Manitoba Museum.

The teen stars were spotted at the Jets game and tied up their skates to hit the MTS Centre ice surface afterwards, where Texas-born Gomez didn't look quite as comfortable on skates as her Canuck squeeze.

The romantic dinner on the Nonsuch tonight was catered by The Fairmont. They had the Manitoba Museum to themselves and had fun touring the place, a source said.

The candlelit dinner for two on the life-size, 25-metre replica of a 17th-century sailing ship must have been one of the highlights of their three-day date in Winnipeg.

Gomez was here to perform a concert at the MTS Centre on Friday night.

The Bieb also stopped at the Booster Juice outlet at 584 Pembina Highway at 3:30 p.m.

"My staff asked him what he was doing in town, to which he replied, 'I'm here for my girlfriend,' " said owner Graham Taylor. "They asked if he would pose for a picture, and Bieber said, 'Yeah, but can I get my smoothie first?' "

On Friday afternoon, Bieber and Gomez took in a few races at Speedworld Indoor Kart Track after renting the track for an hour. They've also been spotted strolling at The Forks and in the lineup at Tim Hortons.

For more pics of the famous pair, pick up the Winnipeg Free Press Sunday Xtra.

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