While we didn’t see any proof in the form of pictures, we’re certain that there must have been an influx in Nutty Club and Flintabbety Flonatin costumes last year after we inspired the masses to think Manitoba for Halloween. But if you were one of the few that didn’t get the chance to dress up as a
If you are age 11 and up, you have surely received your letter to Hogwarts by now and are ready to start your Wizarding education. You may already be a pro at Muggle Studies, but every fifth year student must take the O.W.Ls, or Ordinary Wizarding Levels. These subject-specific tests allow you to
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 belugas, shooting the Northern Lights and seeing polar bears spar—is possible on the same trip, depending
A few winters ago, I embarked on a journey to the north in the middle of February. Why, you might ask, would a person go to the edge of the Arctic in the middle of winter? The answer is simple. It is the absolute best — and darkest — time of year to stand in mouth-dropping awe under a gigantic sky
Any list that highlights the best places in the world to see northern lights – or the aurora borealis – will, without a doubt, include Churchill, Manitoba . Churchill’s northern location, the absence of light pollution, and many clear nights, create excellent opportunities to view this reaction
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
Yeah, we hear it all the time, “Manitoba is so flat.” You know what else is flat? The thinking that there’s not much to see in a land where you can actually see forever. And most locals will tell you one of the best places to look when you’re here is UP. We don’t just do sweet sunrises and stunning
If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that the people of Manitoba love camping. We also know that our camping is among the best. But we aren’t perfect. There are plenty of problems you could encounter on your camping trip in our province, and we’re here to help you through the rough times.
There’s no need to gamble on good times in Manitoba. Here’s a list of lucky seven sure bets on some of Manitoba’s best. 1. Best bet for a good laugh: Winnipeg Comedy Festival (April 6-12) Connoisseurs of fine comedy know the Winnipeg Comedy Festival is a sure winner for hilarious performances from
As travel destinations go, Churchill ranks right at the top . There are lots of small reasons and one really big one for that. Late fall offers visitors here a chance to live out an experience that cannot be duplicated anywhere in the world: A face to face with wild Polar Bears.