Checking out the locals
A couple get up close with a local polar bear in Churchill, Manitoba. Churchill is one of the few human settlements where you can come face-to-face with the mighty polar bear. Prime viewing times are in October and November, when the bears move from their summer habitat on the tundra back to seal-hunting territory on the ice that forms on Hudson Bay. The bears gather along the shore, waiting for the ice to freeze. everythingchurchill.com/ Photo credit: Canadian Tourism Commission
Esplanade Riel bridge, Red River, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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CFAR is an Adult Contemporary station from the wonderfully named Flin Flon, Manitoba. Flin Flon is split by the border of two provinces, with about 6,000 residents living in Manitoba and a few hundred living in Saskatchewan. The city was named for Josiah Flintabbatey Flonatin, a character in the book The Sunless City who piloted a submarine through a bottomless lake then passed through a hole lined with gold and entered into a mysterious world. A prospector discovered a rich vein of copper…
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Dog sledding adventure
Feel the exhilaration of flying across the tundra on a dog sledding adventure you’ll never forget in Churchill, Manitoba. everythingchurchill.com/
This is the Stone Angel that inspired the Canadian author Margaret Laurence to write her classic novel The Stone Angel. Photo was taken July 2010 in Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada. Texture courtesy of Skeletal Mess