Canada's wild side

Manitoba: Dancing in the dark

Manitoba: Dancing in the dark

Churchill is one of the best places on Earth to view the northern lights. They dance overhead 300 nights a year — but it’s in the frozen months of February and March that the skies are at their clearest and the show really begins

Manitoba: Singing for whales

In summer, beluga whales head to Manitoba's Churchill River to breed. Spotting them isn’t always easy, but belting out a tune or two may help tempt them closer to land

Winnipeg: Top 5 experiences in the city

At the heart of Canada stands a historic city with plenty of soul, a booming nightlife and a cultural scene that will keep everyone entertained

Manitoba: Bear witness

This remote corner of Canada is known as the world's polar bear capital. In October, they gather in their hundreds on the sea ice to hunt and chances of spotting them become near guaranteed

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