Inukshuk on the town beach in Churchill.
Each year, around 1000 polar bears migrate to the town of Churchill in Manitoba, earning it the moniker of the 'polar bear capital of the world'. This annual migration attracts thousands of visitors who are keen to see the polar bears in their natural environment but few realise that...
Churchill polar bears
If you happen to know someone who has seen polar bears in the wild, chances are they’re most likely to have seen them in Churchill. The Canadian polar bear town in Manitoba calls itself the Polar Bear Capital of the World - deservedly so. Seeing the Churchill polar bears...
party cities in canada montreal
Canada might be famous for amazing scenery and natural wonders such as Niagara Falls and the Rocky Mountains but did you know that Canadian cities are cool? From jazz clubs and cocktail bars to pub crawls and night spots, here are 10 party cities in Canada that will keep...
winnipeg infographic
On the fourth floor of a former grain store in the Winnipeg Exchange District, the hum of a potting wheel and the clacking of sewing machines is a background track to the creative thoughts of a growing coterie of artisans in Winnipeg. A leather craftsman burnishes the end of...
canadian museum for human rights
Sydney has the Opera House, Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has Big Ben and New York has the Empire State Building. Canada - known for its iconic natural landmarks like Niagara Falls and the Rocky Mountains - now also has a building of architectural significance with the "wow"...
Big Five Safari in Manitoba
Who wouldn’t be keen on joining a naturalist-led group of wildlife watchers on a safari to observe, learn about and photograph five of Canada’s top mammals, including polar bears? You can do just that in Riding Mountain National Park and Churchill in Manitoba, Canada. For wildlife lovers, seeing polar bears,...

21 Amazing Beaches in Canada

Although Canada may not be the first country that springs to mind when you think of beaches, you'd be surprised at how many beaches...