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

Canada: Human rights, superhuman scale

Can a museum almost entirely devoid of artifacts be anything other than a gimmick? The Canadian Museum for Human Rights aims to prove it can, and it may just be a vision of the future

Canadian Arctic: Researching climate change

Voluntourism is reaching new heights and making ‘citizen scientists’ of every day travellers. We sent one of our contributors to Canada’s frozen north — famous for its annual influx of polar bears — to research climate change at the Arctic’s Edge

Manitoba: Snorkelling with beluga whales

Far north, on Hudson Bay, on the edge of the edge of the world in Churchill, Manitoba, some 3,000 snowy white beluga whales gather at the mouth of the Churchill River to calve and feast on shoals of capelin every summer.

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