To the east is Ontario, to the West is Saskatchewan, in the middle, Manitoba. Stretching into the Arctic Tundra all the way down the Hudson’s Bay and further until it reaches United States of America borders for North Dakota and Minnesota.
Manitoba is glittered with lakes (+100,000) and rivers, 80 provincial parks, and homes 1.369-million people.
The God Who Speaks is the Indigenous term for the name Manitoba. The province was the fifth to become part of the country of Canada in 1870 and its capital city, Winnipeg, is it’s largest. Over one-fifth of the land is still forestry.
The Canadian Shield covers three-fifths of the province (north and east regions), which helps to account for the rockier and water-filled terrain in the province.