Welcome To The North...

From our pristine lakes to our rugged landscape and endless sky, Northern Manitoba has something to offer the adventurer in you. See the untouched wilderness and the hundreds of species of wildlife -- from polar bears and beluga whales, to caribou and arctic fox. Hear the roar of our majestic waterfalls and the haunting call of the loon. Taste bannock baked over a campfire and feel the warmth of our communities as they welcome you with open arms. This is the north... this is northern Manitoba.

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Tourism North AGM

Please join us at our AGM to learn about our organization and to tell us about your tourism business or operation. Open to all members, partners and anyone interested in the tourism industry in Northern Manitoba. 

 

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
Town of The Pas, Council Chambers
1:30 pm
Refreshments

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Get involved in something great!

Tourism North is one of six regional tourism associations in Manitoba, and is provided an annual operating grant by the Province of Manitoba to develop and promote our beautiful area to the world!  Operating since 1999 by players in the economic development field, initially partners included the...more

Featured Attraction

Caribou Lodge Outfitters (Cranberry Portage)

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Featured Event

June 21, 2016
Thompson National Aboriginal Day Events (Thompson)
Celebrating a day of culture, tradition and community, this all-day event begins with a sunrise ceremony at daybreak.  A tipi, tents and platform are set up at the celebration site, all of which takes place outdoors.  The celebration begins at 1:00 pm with community bbq, Grand Entry and greetings from the original signatories of the Thompson Aboriginal Accord.
Afternoon celebrations will proceed with a pow-wow demonstration followed by live performances from Aboriginal bands.
The evening includes more entertainment, including jigging demonstration & competition, followed by square dancing demonstration and further performances by Aboriginal Artists.  National Aboriginal Day will conclude with closing remarks, a community round dance and retiring of the Eagle Staff and flags.  All events are free to attend and open to all. » more events

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