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Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Manitoba and Saskatchewan are two of Canada's three central Prairie Provinces, home to rich agricultural land and diverse wildlife. Manitoba sits right in the middle of Canada and is North America’s geographic centre. Its capital, Winnipeg, is located just 65 miles north of the American border, and is easily accessible by rail, road and air. Manitoba’s landscape is as enchanting as it is diverse, with prairie grassland in the south and west, rugged Canadian Shield lakes and forests in the east and north, and arctic coastline and tundra in the extreme north. Saskatchewan lies directly to the west of Manitoba and borders Canada's third Prairie province, Alberta. Directly south are the US states of North Dakota and Montana. Along with a rich mix of history and culture, Saskatchewan offers visitors endless freshwater fishing, water-based recreation opportunities, abundant wildlife, uncrowded parks, outdoor adventures like canoeing and horseback riding, farm vacations and amazing golfing.
Discover Manitoba and Saskatchewan's key destinations:
Churchill is known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World. Located on the edge of the Arctic, and with the feel of a frontier town, it is also known as Manitoba’s beluga whale watching hotspot and is a bird watcher's paradise. The approach of winter also makes Churchill one of the best places to experience the northern lights. Here you can experience a once in a lifetime tundra adventure.
Saskatoon is Saskatchewan's largest city, lying in the centre of the province on the South Saskatchewan River. It is one of Canada's sunniest cities with plenty of fine dining, bustling nightlife, beautiful trails and outdoor spaces as well as cultural institutions such as the Mendel Art Gallery, which houses one of the top collections of contemporary and historical art in Canada.
Manitoba's capital city Winnipeg is a bustling cosmopolitan city with plenty of small-town charm. Visitors can enjoy great food at one of its many restaurants, experience culture at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet or a performance by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, or enjoy one of the many festivals which take place here year round.