Au cœur de cette immensité d’une indescriptible beauté, le nord du Manitoba recèle des joyaux et des paysages parmi les plus spectaculaires de la province. Partez à la découverte de cette région encore vierge en commençant par les sept merveilles du Nord! Certaines se laissent visiter plus
In all its incredible vastness, northern Manitoba is home to some of the most remarkable landmarks and landscapes in the province. Start exploring this untapped region with our picks for the 7 wonders of the north! Some are easier to visit than others, but doesn't that make it all the more exciting?
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.
Manitoba’s landscapes are varied – golden prairies, sparkling lakes ringed by lush forests, and vast tundra covered in colourful blankets of lichen and wildflowers. Amidst Manitoba’s natural beauty are some incredible architectural landmarks – remarkable not only as works of art but also as feats of
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
Churchill, Manitoba is renowned as the Polar Bear Capital of the World for heart-pounding encounters with the world’s largest carnivore during their annual fall congregation in October and November. This remote town on the edge of Hudson Bay, however, is also an ultimate summer destination, not only
Article submitted by Parks Canada Youth Ambassadors July is prime time in Manitoba. From the boreal forests of the south, to the open tundra of Hudson’s Bay, the province beckons visitors with its open and inviting landscape. This summer, we had the luck and good fortune of making our way around the
Introducing “Why our heart beats for Manitoba,” a new series where we feature some of our friendly staff’s favourite stories and travel adventures. For the first edition, Cathy takes us to the edge of the arctic while Brett shows off his love for the Whiteshell, Breanne rediscovers nature in the
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has made a striking impact on Winnipeg’s skyline. Designed by Antoine Predock, this impressive building’s concept was inspired by Canadian landscapes and features imagery of tree roots and out-stretched wings. Simply put, the museum is an unparalleled