Au Manitoba, durant les mois d’octobre et novembre, tous les regards se tournent vers le nord en direction de Churchill. Cette ville frontalière endormie (900 habitants) située sur les rives de baie d’Hudson voit sa population s’accroître pour se transformer en point névralgique pour les voyageurs à
During October and November in Manitoba, all eyes turn north to Churchill. The sleepy frontier town (pop. 900) along the shores of Hudson Bay swells in population, transforming into a hot spot for wildlife-seeking travellers geared up to witness the annual migration of polar bears onto the sea ice.
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.
All the while knowing polar bears are fierce, we can't help but the hilarious sides of their personalities, too. Here’s a silly salute to Snow White and her seven friends (don’t worry, we can’t tell them apart either). Happy How can you tell if a polar bear’s happy? We don’t know, but this girl
Header Photo by Jad Davenport With polar bear viewing opportunities in both fall and summer, it's no surprise that Churchill (known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World) has become a major tourism destination, where wildlife enthusiasts and photographers can view polar bears from huge tundra
Header Photo by: Stacie It's the most wonderful time of the year (depending on who you ask, of course), as the temperature drops a little, the sweaters come out and the air turns crisp. It's fall of course, and you? You really, really love fall. You loved it before pumpkin spice everything was even
There’s more than one way to see a polar bear. In fact, you’ll probably be surprised by just how many options are available. If encountering a polar bear in Churchill – at very a safe distance, of course – is one of those things on your bucket list of activities, here are nine vehicles that will get
Wolseley is one of the most unique areas in Winnipeg to walk around in, both during the summer and winter months. The neighbourhood, architecture and the murals are what make this area of the city so unique. However, there is a beautiful new addition to the area and it’s something that will
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