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Category - Stories & Ideas: Eco Experiences

1/13/2016
Churchill, an isolated town in Manitoba’s northern Hudson Bay coastline, is a magnet for outdoor adventurers and nature lovers. Experiencing Churchill’s natural wonder triumvirate –swimming with
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4/14/2015
There is whale watching and then there is beluga whale watching. A visit to Churchill offers an unparalleled ability to get close to the docile species during the summer months of July and
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7/19/2013
Recognized as one of three hot spots in Canada for butterflying, Manitoba is a paradise for the winged beauties because of our rich tapestry of ecosystems. Grasslands, boreal forests, mixed
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4/23/2013
Manitoba’s annual crop of berries, saskatoons, raspberries and strawberries, come of age by late June. That’s also when legions of berry lovers hit fields across the province and harvest the sweet,
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4/4/2013
With three major migration corridors and more than 390 species in the province, Manitoba is a birder's paradise. The province's diverse landscape-grasslands, wetlands, sub-arctic and Boreal forest
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4/20/2012
First, you must dispel your notions of a stereotypical Great Northern Canadian Fishing Lodge. That image of the low-slung, dark and dank log cabin that smells of decades-old woodsmoke and home to an
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