Head North in Manitoba, and you will reach a tiny town of Churchill with 1000 inhabitants on a coastal nook of the Hudson Bay. Churchill, though small, hosts the iconic migration of Beluga Whales in the summer, and Polar Bears in the fall. This makes it the ultimate destination for those compelled to see these ritual annual migrations that have been occurring for thousands of years.
On many a clear night, this fascinating town also boasts the Aurora Borealis, which dances across the sky - lighting the way for locals and travellers alike. This phenomenon of green, pink and purple light is unique to the northern most locations of Canada. Learn of their origins, the indigenous tales and spiritual interpretations as you delight in their glow.
To see some city delights, Winnipeg in southern Manitoba is one of the most diverse cityscapes on earth. It's cold beautiful winters make for one of the longest ice skating rinks in the world. See the Winnipeg Art Gallery, a frequent exhibitor of indigenous arts, or take a thoughtful journey through the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, a one-of-a-kind museum guaranteed to open your mind and challenge your thoughts. Winnipeg’s historic placement at the centre of Canada has made for a diverse hub of the arts, architecture, food and culture.
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