Bruce the Mosasaur, Canadian Fossil Discovery Center
Bruce the Mosasaur, Canadian Fossil Discovery Center
Group dig, Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
Group dig, Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
Hikers Enjoying the Escarpment on East Side, Riding Mountain National Park
Hikers Enjoying the Escarpment on East Side, Riding Mountain National Park
Lil Angler, Walleye
Lil Angler, Walleye
Viking Sculpture, Festival du Voyageur
Viking Sculpture, Festival du Voyageur
Wagon Races, Manitoba Stampede & Exhibition
Wagon Races, Manitoba Stampede & Exhibition
Kayak Portage, Whiteshell Provincial Park
Kayak Portage, Whiteshell Provincial Park
Ziplining in the Pembina Valley
Ziplining in the Pembina Valley
Prairie Dog Central Railway
Prairie Dog Central Railway
Bison watching, Riding Mountain National Park
Bison watching, Riding Mountain National Park
Downhill Skiing
Downhill Skiing
View of the Valley, Riding Mountain National Park
View of the Valley, Riding Mountain National Park
Warming Hut, The Forks
Warming Hut, The Forks
Dr. Frank Albo leads a group through the Manitoba Legislative Building on a Hermetic Code Tour
The mind-bending Hermetic Code Tour reveals freemasonic symbols, hidden hieroglyphic, inscriptions and numerological codes cleverly masked in the Manitoba Legislative Building’s design.
Credit: Dan Harper
Spectacular snow sculptures at Festival du Voyageur
Festival du Voyageur, Western Canada’s largest winter festival, celebrates the traditions of Manitoba’s fur trading history with the vitality of the franco-manitoban community of today. Admire snow sculptures created by artists from around the world. Dancing and jigging to lively music, tasting French-Canadian food and more.
Close up with a polar bear during a Churchill Wild nature tour
A powerful male polar bear gazes back at curious photographers in the arctic sunshine.
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
Polar Bear investigates people aboard our state-of-the-art Polar Rover during Churchill Nature Tour
Custom built tundra vehicles allow you to safely and comfortably explore the tundra wilderness
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
Ready your camera! Curious polar bears during Churchill Nature Tours
Ready your camera! Curious polar bears during Churchill Nature Tours
Polar bear can stand to a height of 12 feet on its hind legs, bringing them nearly eye-to-eye with tourists poised with ready cameras!
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
Witness polar bears in their natural habitat during Churchill Nature Tours
A little playtime before the “freeze-up”. Every autumn, hundreds of polar bears gather near Hudson Bay to wait for the sea ice to form so they may return to their seal-hunting grounds. Join us to witness this amazing natural phenomenon
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
A Show of Strength during Churchill Nature Tours
Young Polar pass the time with a good old-fashioned wrestle. Building skills and strength using their paws, and displaying their massive 5 cm long canine teeth
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
A Natural Phenomena: 3,000 Beluga Whales during Churchill Nature Tour
A Natural Phenomena: 3,000 Beluga Whales during Churchill Nature Tour
Thousands of these intelligent white beauties come to calf in the Churchill River estuary each summer!
Credit: Mike Macri.
Spotted Great Grey Owl at Churchill Nature Tour
Spotted Great Grey Owl at Churchill Nature Tour
Manitoba's provincial bird, the rare great grey Owl is ranked number six among birders “50 Most Wanted” in North America. With a wingspan of 1.5 m (5 ft.), this year- round resident of Manitoba is a sought after bird to be ticked during our bird watching tours.  
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
Mother polar bear and cub on the tundra near Churchill
Polar bear viewing at a Churchill Nature Tour
After returning to shore from their winter feeding grounds, two polar bear cool themselves with the fresh winds off the water near the famed Ithaca shipwreck in Bird Cove. They have begun a three month summer “fast”.
Credit: Ed Bouvier.
Polar bear viewing Frontiers North Adventures
Polar bear viewing Frontiers North Adventures
Curiosity piqued, a young polar bear approaches the Tundra Buggy and places his large paws on the side, something we like to call “Buggy Love”. This is your chance to lock your gaze with Canada’s largest land carnivore - while remaining safely out of reach, of course
Credit: Bob Debets
Mother Nature’s Light Show at Frontiers North Adventures
Mother Nature’s Light Show at Frontiers North Adventures
Located directly under the Auroral Oval, Churchill Manitoba is one of the best places on earth to view the northern lights. Only Frontiers North Adventures offers the unique perspective of viewing the dancing lights from the warmth and comfort of a world-famous Tundra Buggy
Credit: Bob Debets
Frontiers North Adventure dog sled
Frontiers North Adventure dog sled
Feel the wind against your face as you join an experienced dog sledder on an exhilarating ride through Churchill’s boreal forest. These dogs can run!
Credit: Dan Harper Photography
Gliding through Churchill River with  Frontiers North Adventures
Gliding through Churchill River with Frontiers North Adventures
Let your paddles lead you to an adventure like no other. Glide along beside beluga whales during an incredible kayaking excursion on the Churchill River
Credit: Eric Lindberg
Frontiers North Adventure summer Tundra Buggy Excursion
Frontiers North Adventure summer Tundra Buggy Excursion
Feel the moss beneath your feet on a summer Tundra Buggy excursion into the Churchill Wildlife Management Area. Teeming with colourful blooms and incredible wildlife, the arctic summer is a sight to behold
Credit: Eric Lindberg
Find yourself in Canada’s North at Frontiers North Adventures
Find yourself in Canada’s North at Frontiers North Adventures
Feel a oneness with nature as you experience sights you’ve only dreamed. Traveling in Canada’s North has a way of changing your perspective. 
Find yourself in Canada’s North at Frontiers North Adventures
Find yourself in Canada’s North at Frontiers North Adventures
Feel a oneness with nature as you experience sights you’ve only dreamed. Traveling in Canada’s North has a way of changing your perspective. 
Frontiers North Adventures Tundra Buggy Lodge at Polar Bear Point
Frontiers North Adventures Tundra Buggy Lodge at Polar Bear Point
Fall asleep under the northern lights and wake up where polar bears play right outside your window and the frozen tundra surrounds you as far as the eye can see. Located in the middle of polar bear country, a stay at the Tundra Buggy Lodge is an adventure like no other
Credit: Frontiers North Adventures. 
Inspiring encounters at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Inspiring encounters at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will create inspiring encounters with human rights for all who visit, no matter what their age or life-experience.
Frontiers North Adventures Tundra Buggy Lodge at Polar Bear Point
Frontiers North Adventures Tundra Buggy Lodge at Polar Bear Point
Fall asleep under the northern lights and wake up where polar bears play right outside your window and the frozen tundra surrounds you as far as the eye can see. Located in the middle of polar bear country, a stay at the Tundra Buggy Lodge is an adventure like no other
Credit: Frontiers North Adventures. 
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a ground-breaking, innovative museological  experience that shares the global development of human rights concepts and Canadian’s important role within it.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a ground-breaking, innovative museological  experience that shares the global development of human rights concepts and Canadian’s important role within it.
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The museum is a testament to Canadians’ commitment to Human rights, and our honest struggle to be better today than yesterday, and better tomorrow than today through affirming and protecting fundamental freedoms.
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Nights view of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The museum is a testament to Canadians’ commitment to Human rights, and our honest struggle to be better today than yesterday, and better tomorrow than today through affirming and protecting fundamental freedoms.
Opening of The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opens to the public on September 20, 2014.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights
This national museum is the only museum in the world solely devoted to human rights awareness and education.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights Ramp
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has re-envisioned the museum experience by embracing an approach to inclusive design that will set new Canadian and world standards for universal accessibility.
Elevator at  Winnipeg's Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Elevator at Winnipeg's Canadian Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has re-envisioned the museum experience by embracing an approach to inclusive design that will set new Canadian and world standards for universal accessibility.
Pedal through Elkhorn Resorts park
Pedal through Elkhorn Resorts park
Enjoy a day out in the great outdoors with a rental bike from the Caddy Shed. Beautiful landscape along numerous bike trails in Riding Mountain National Park will repay you for your efforts! While searching for a perfect picnic spot, you might even spot some wildlife like elk, moose, and bison!
Get on board with Calm Air
Get on board with Calm Air
Not only is Calm Air equipped to ship cargo to some of the most remote places, it also provides air charters to almost anywhere in Canada. You decided where and will take you there!
Polar Bear Viewing with the Great Canadian Travel Company
Polar Bear Viewing with the Great Canadian Travel Company
A curious bear wanders by the vehicle at sunset, anxious to back on the ice for another season of hunting
Great Canadian Travel Company takes us for a ride.
Great Canadian Travel Company takes us for a ride.
Anxiously, the dogs take off through the beautiful Boreal Forest a few miles outside of Churchill.
Beautiful shot of the king of the Arctic with the Great Canadian Travel Company
Beautiful shot of the king of the Arctic with the Great Canadian Travel Company
Guests take in the beauty of this moment, connecting with the King of the Arctic ahead on the silent tundra.
Curious bear comes to check us out with the Great Canadian Travel Company
Curious bear comes to check us out with the Great Canadian Travel Company
A young bear gets up close and personal with guests who keep their cameras at a safe distance.
O Tours takes us to Assiniboine Park
O Tours takes us to Assiniboine Park
Assiniboine Park, a favorite stop on the City tour, is home to the new Journey to Churchill Polar Bear Exhibit, the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, a beautiful flower garden and over 300 acres of green space.
A Close Encounter with a Herd of Bison at Fort Whtye Alive
Fort Whyte Alive’s A Prairie Legacy: the Bison and its People, is one of Canada’s signature experiences. Visitors will feel their hearts leap as they’re led out into the prairie to see a herd of 30 bison up close and personal.
Credit: Dan Harper