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The Yukon Territory of Canada, south only from the Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean and North Pole, exists in the mind’s eye as a wilderness of chalky mountains, wolf-filled forests and deadly snow-covered passes where gold panners and fur-clad trappers lost their way or went mad, unable to cope with the territory’s extreme weather and geography.
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In a land where wildflowers blossom underfoot, moose wander nonchalantly across your path, grain elevators stand guard like soldiers of the past, and shimmering lakes beg to be paddled across, Manitoba’s wide-open west is a destination for those in the know. Situated within the heart of the country, Manitoba rests quietly with its secret right out in the open – a Neverland of nature and a living, compelling history. It’s this summer’s place to be.
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If you were to pinpoint the middle of North America, it would fall at Winnipeg. This is just one of a list of factoids that many of the 821,000 locals from Manitoba’s capital reel off about their city. Among others? Ian Fleming’s hero, James Bond, was based on a real spy from Winnipeg; it was the world’s first city to adopt the 911 emergency phone number; and it lends its namesake to the beloved Winnie the Pooh (aka Winnipeg Bear).
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