Wildlife enthusiasts know that Manitoba is one of the most magical places in the world to visit in the autumn months. And it's not for the wicked fall foliage. 1000 kilometres north of capital city Winnipeg lies the northern port town of Churchill, made famous by its annual congregation of polar
Header photo by: Katie Goldie A trip to the northern town of Churchill, Manitoba is not the easiest trip in the world. It can be expensive. There are limited transportation options...and even more limited seasons. But guess what? A visit to this very special region is absolutely worth your trouble.
When you speak of Churchill and polar bears, then it’s probably this image that comes to mind: And you would be right–Churchill is, in fact, the polar bear capital of the world and home to the world’s most accessible polar bear population. From the months of about July-November, you can witness
Header photo by Cody Hiebert It’s okay, you can admit it. You’re just the cozy type and if your boss would let you, you’d totally wear your jammies in to the office every day. Summer has now officially turned into fall, winter knocks, and it’s even more tempting to ensconce yourself in all things
“I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” I can’t be the only one who has uttered the phrase when stepping off the plane in Churchill, Manitoba – and this is my own province! It was my first time visiting northern Manitoba, and I had my sights set on a remote lodge 60 kilometers north from the
Your next summer vacation is Found in Canada, and more specifically, in the best province ever. Okay, we might be a bit biased, but Manitoba is home to polar bears, beluga whales and 100,000 lakes. If that doesn’t entice you enough, our summers are also filled to the brim with festivals, fishing