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5 things you need to know about viewing the northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba

Would it surprise you to learn that Manitoba is among the best places on Earth to experience one of the world's great natural wonders? Standing alongside The Grand Canyon, the Great Barrier Reef and Mount Everest is the humble Aurora Borealis . Well, maybe not so humble, when you consider the jaw-dropping show this wonder puts on nearly 300 days out of the year in Churchill, Manitoba. If you have witnessing this phenomenon on your list, here are 5 things you need to know about the northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba.

9 things to do in Manitoba if you're an introvert

Chances are you know someone in your life who's an introvert. Or maybe you are one yourself. Maybe you seek solitude. Maybe you're looking for open spaces without too many people. You might like activities that allow you to retreat into silence. Sometimes you might want to be completely alone, but

Where, when and how to see northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba

What does it feel like to see the northern lights dance above you in the remote subarctic? Many have described the experience as a humbling one; an awe-inspiring event that leaves one feeling so, so small in the grand scheme of our magnificent universe. And yet, in that moment of humility, there may also be an overwhelming sense of significance. Therein lies the magic of the aurora borealis. 

Your next vacation is at a research station in the wilds of Manitoba's subarctic

If your idea of a vacation tends to deviate from the norm of beach-lazing days, it’s time to clue into a total gem right here in Manitoba. The Churchill Northern Studies Centre is a real life, operational research center located 30 minutes outside of the town of Churchill. By welcoming both scientists and curious tourists into its barracks, it's also an affordable and completely unique way to experience the north. 

Look up: Manitoba’s biggest, boldest skies

Header Photo by Austin Mackay From stormy horizons of heavy clouds and hopeful rainbows to the colourful ribbons of the Aurora Borealis; sky-gazing takes on a new meaning in Manitoba. Get lost in our vast, open skies that earn an audience every day and night. These are Manitoba’s biggest, boldest