Manitoba, province of Canada, one of the Prairie Provinces, lying midway between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans.
The province is bounded to the north by Nunavut territory, to the northeast by Hudson Bay, to the east by Ontario, to the south by the U.S. states of Minnesota and North Dakota, and to the west by Saskatchewan.
Manitoba contains more than 100,000 lakes, including Lake Winnipeg, one of the world’s largest inland bodies of fresh water. More than two-fifths of the province’s land area is forested.
Winnipeg, Manitoba’s largest city, is the capital. The province’s name comes from an Indian word meaning “the god who speaks.
We’ve got everything from dog sledding to kayaking to gallery tours to four-season camping. Go to the beach, the ballet or a frog-jumping competition. Visit a national museum or a world-class local restaurant.
Take a magical history tour to discover Indigenous stories, fur-trade rivalries and occult mysteries. Hang out with polar bears, bison and beluga whales.
Whether you’re feeling wildly adventurous or cautiously curious, you’re sure to find things to do for everyone in Manitoba.