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Mind-blowing moments from my Churchill summer safari

“Welcome to Churchill. Either you’ll get it, and I won’t have to explain it to you. Or you don’t get it, and I’m not going to bother explaining it to you.” Our Lazy Bear Expeditions guide Jason – a goateed, sun/wind-kissed wildlife photographer – is an affable straight shooter who sets our

Go north, my friends, go north!

Greetings, friends. Welcome to the Great White North, where paradise is not considered a tropical island loaded with loud people (can you say overrated?). Instead, it is a place where the land is so remote and quiet you could hear an owl’s feather drop. From wolves howling off in the distance to the

Seal River: Beyond Whitewater

Off-the-chart rapids, natural scenic features and incredible wildlife like polar bears, harbour seals and beluga whales make Manitoba’s Seal River an awe-inspiring experience. Only the most intrepid souls make the trip. Seal River paddling photo in header by Eric Lindberg. One of Manitoba’s

Manitoba’s Top 10 Travel Features of 2015

Our amazing Media Relations team had a busy year – with over 500 pieces of positive content—including National Geographic Traveler ’s mention of Winnipeg in its Best Trips of 2016 list. In sharing their Manitoba travel experiences, the journalists and influencers we host still astonish us with a

The Spy Who Loved Manitoba The James Bond story starts here

James Bond is known for his exploits to Mexico City, Austria and Morocco. But perhaps a mission to Winnipeg, Manitoba is most fitting for the British hero, or at least his fans. The truth is: without Winnipeg there would be no James Bond. The inspiration behind the suave fictional spy was William

Hidden beauty in Manitoba’s National Parks

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