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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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