Results 11

Most Relevant

Beginning January 1, 2013, local Winnipeg freelance photographer David Lipnowski began a long term, personal project entitled

People & Culture

Manitoban diversity

Photographer David Lipnowski showcases the wide – and perhaps unexpected – diversity within Manitoba

  • 679 words
  • 3 minutes
Robert Bateman wolf mural along the Spirit Way. (Photo: Robyn Hanson/Travel Manitoba/Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

Travel

Why Thompson, Manitoba is the Wolf Capital of the World

Thompson, Manitoba is trying to gain some international wildlife recognition

  • 839 words
  • 4 minutes

Travel

The resurrection of Upper Fort Garry

Upper Fort Garry Heritage Provincial Park aims to bring history to life with new technological installation

  • 570 words
  • 3 minutes
A red-sided garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis parietalis) flicks its tongue in Narcisse, Man., which is like a form of smelling. (Photo: Paul Colangelo)

Wildlife

Narcisse snake pits

Go face-to-face with tens of thousands of mating garter snakes

  • 416 words
  • 2 minutes

Travel

Churchill photo tour

Take a walk with photo editor Jessica Finn and associate editor Michela Rosano as they explore Churchill, Manitoba during polar bear season on assignment for Canadian Geographic

  • 571 words
  • 3 minutes
Advertisement

Bulk Search Results

Wildlife

Swimming polar bears

Meet the newest polar bear cubs at the Assiniboine Park Zoo, and watch an adult polar bear swim underwater

  • 166 words
  • 1 minutes
Canadian Geographic editor Aaron Kylie with a 73.66-centimetre-long walleye caught through the ice on Lake Winnipeg near Matlock, Man., on Feb. 18, 2015. (Photo: Javier Frutos)

Travel

Canadian Geographic goes ice fishing

Ice fishing during an extreme cold warning on the wind-whipped south shore of Lake Winnipeg may not sound like a fun time, but editor Aaron Kylie thinks otherwise

  • 886 words
  • 4 minutes