Living on the edge in the Town of Churchill

Life on the edge on the Arctic is just a little bit different. Churchill is Manitoba’s northernmost community, located where the boreal forest meets the tundra, on the shores of Hudson Bay. Every year, visitors who come here to see the wildlife end up falling in love with this place which has

Immersive Indigenous cultures in northern Manitoba

A trip to the north offers more than just wild outdoor adventures and culinary delights. The people and the land are intrinsically linked, and the region provides numerous opportunities to get a glimpse into the Indigenous cultures that call Manitoba’s north home. Art Jasyn Lucas Art

Manitoba’s world records

In the spirit of Olympic record-breaking performances, here are some of Manitoba’s own world records. Largest mosasaur on display Bruce, the massive mosasaur fossil on display at Morden’s Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre holds the Guinness World Record in this category. At 13.05 m (42.815 ft), it

Beyond the bears

There’s no doubt that I went to Churchill for one thing, and one thing only: to see polar bears. But once I got my white bear fix, I discovered that this northern town is definitely more than just bears. Culture & History Cape Merry Battery Many bear lovers are surprised when they learn about

My northern education </br>Part 3: Heart of the north

Churchill is known as the “ Polar Bear Capital of the World “, but it also played a major role in Canadian history. Every polar bear tour carves out time for visitors to discover the important and impressive heritage and culture of the area. It’s grey and blustery as our group heads out to Cape Merry