Manitoba GuideManitoba is one of Canada's 10 provinces, located on the Prairies. It is bordered by Ontario to the east, Saskatchewan to the west, and the USA to the south. HotelsFind hotels in Winnipeg, Churchill, Brandon and more.
Popular in ManitobaWinnipegWinnipeg is the capital and largest city in Manitoba, and a major centre on the Canadian Prairies. ChurchillChurchill is a community North of 53 in Manitoba, best known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World, and only slightly less known as the Beluga Capital of the World. BrandonBrandon is a city of 40 000 people in southwest Manitoba. Located about an hour north of the North Dakota border, Brandon is the second-largest city in the province, after Winnipeg.
In ManitobaNorth of 53North of 53 is in Manitoba. Pisew Falls Provincial Park Western ManitobaWestern Manitoba is in the west of Manitoba. Eastern ManitobaEastern Manitoba is in Manitoba. There are many francophone communities at the Eastern part of Manitoba. Pembina ValleyPembina Valley is a region found south of Winnipeg west of the Red River. Pembina Valley is rich in culture, history and attractions The languages spoken in this area are English and French as you can tell from highway signs on the road. ParklandParkland is in Manitoba. InterlakeThe Interlake is a region in Manitoba. Situated north of Winnipeg, between Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba, the Interlake offers visitors parks, beaches and outdoor recreation. Central PlainsCentral Plains is in Canada in the Province of Manitoba.
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