At 649,947 square kilometres (250,946 square miles) Manitoba is Canada’s sixth-largest province, has more than 100,000 lakes and a population of about 1.2 million. Manitoba is bordered on the north by Nunavut Territory, on the west by Saskatchewan, on the east by Ontario and on the south by North Dakota and Minnesota. While considered one of Canada’s Prairie provinces, Manitoba actually has three distinct geographical zones: the agricultural triangle in the south; the predominant Precambrian Shield with its rugged terrain and profusion of lakes; and the arctic tundra in the far north, home to polar bear, caribou and arctic fox. Winnipeg is located at the heart of both Canada and North America. A scant 104 kilometers (65 miles) north of the United States of America border, Winnipeg is easily accessible by rail, road, and air. Named by National Geographic Traveller Magazine as one of the best trips for 2016, and Lonely Planets 10 in 10 region for Best in Travel in 2019. The city is a celebration of culture, history and design. From the varied wildlife of the rugged outdoors to the vibrant urban setting of Winnipeg, your time in Manitoba will be an Unforgettable journey.
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