The area of Manitoba offers a wide variety of activities including boating, swimming, hunting, fishing, festivals, museums and history.
There’s virtually something for everyone.
Manitoba is a Canadian prairie province.
The provincial capital of Manitoba is Winnipeg.
Manitoba is bordered by the provinces of Ontario to the east and Saskatchewan to the west, the territories of Nunavut and Northwest Territories to the north, and the U.S. states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south.
Manitoba also has a saltwater coastline on Hudson Bay. Agriculture dominates the province\'s economy.
Total area is 649,950 km2 (250,950 sq mi).
Manitoba is also a very sunny province.
It is bordered by Ontario to the east, Saskatchewan to the west, and the USA to the south.
The Manitoba Museum is the province’s largest heritage centre.
Manitoba offers visitors some of the best dining, outdoor activities, and cultural attractions anywhere in Canada.
Here you can learn about hockey, curling, ten pin bowling, and other sports that are closely entwined with the life of Manitoba residents.
Domestic and international bus service from the Winnipeg Bus Terminal is offered by Greyhound Canada and Jefferson Lines.
Winnipeg and other municipalities offer transit bus service within city limits.
Manitoba has two Classes I railways: CN and Canadian Pacific Railway.
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is one of only a few 24-hour unrestricted airports in Canada and is part of the National Airports System.
Manitoba has a broad range of passenger and cargo services.
Manitoba\'s culture has been influenced by both traditional (aboriginal and Métis) and modern Canadian artistic values, as well as some aspects of the cultures of immigrant populations and its American neighbours.
Some of the best known festivals celebrated in this region is the Folklorama festival found all over Winnipeg.