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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

10 fascinating facts about the northern lights

Header image courtesy of @alexdevriesphotography. The Northern Lights are one of nature’s most spectacular phenomenons–and lucky for us, Manitoba is one of the best places in the world to view them. With peak viewing season running from January through March, these glorious washes of celestial

How to study for your O.W.Ls in Manitoba ✨

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

A Churchill calendar: When to see what

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