Prairies GuideThe Prairies are Canada's breadbasket, three geometrically-shaped provinces which in addition to the wide-open expanses of flat prairie land also collectively include mountains, hills, lakes, shoreline, and metropolitan cities. HotelsFind hotels in Edmonton, Winnipeg, Calgary, Churchill and more.
Popular in PrairiesEdmontonEdmonton is the capital city of Alberta, Canada. Its metro area is home to 1.1 million people and is the northernmost city in North America of at least one million people. WinnipegWinnipeg is the capital and largest city in Manitoba, and a major centre on the Canadian Prairies. CalgaryCalgary, Alberta's largest city, is a product of oil culture, and is situated where the prairies end and the foothills begin.
In PrairiesAlbertaAlberta is the second westernmost of the 10 provinces in Canada. It includes parts of the Canadian Rockies and is known for its oil and natural gas fields and cattle farming. ManitobaManitoba 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. SaskatchewanSaskatchewan is one of Canada's 10 provinces, located in the Prairies. Its southern third is predominantly prairie, while its northern two-thirds is covered in the boreal forest of the Canadian Shield.
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