Canada’s breadbasket

Heading west towards the Prairies, Manitoba is the gateway province filled with lakes and National Parkland.

Winnipeg, like many Canadian cities, is located in the south of the province and lies halfway between the coasts. Despite being so far inland, Winnipeg is still easily recognizable as a western city with its skyline and architecturally diverse streets.

In the north of Manitoba, Churchill, on the shore of Hudson Bay, draws interest from around the world with its unique wildlife including Polar Bears that often wander down the streets of the town. With no roads this far north, most people arrive by plane or the more adventurous take the train from Winnipeg which takes about 35 hours.