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"Between 1897 and 1910, there was great prosperity and development, and settlers from Eastern Canada, Britain, the United States and Eastern Europe, especially Ukraine, inundated the province and the neighbouring lands."
"The Hudson Bay has over 25,000 beluga whales, 3000 of which visit the Churchill area from mid-June to mid-August. And we kayak and snorkel with them!"
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"Winters in Canada tend to be cold, and many areas receive significant amounts of snowfall. If you’re going in the winter, you’ll need a thick winter coat and boots meant for walking in snow."
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"The “forks,” where the Red River and Assiniboine River meet, were the site of Indigenous settlements as far back as 6,000 years ago. Early occupants were likely big game hunters who stayed in the area seasonally to fish and hunt."
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