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The Churchill Area

Churchill, Manitoba, Canada is known as the accessible arctic. Located along the southern edge of Canada's arctic, Churchill is surrounded by the wildlife and habitat of three distinct eco-zones: arctic marine, arctic tundra and boreal forest. It is home to the most accessible population of polar bears, both for adventure travel and scientific research. The town of Churchill lies underneath the auroral oval, resulting in over 300 nights of northern lights activity. Over 500 species of arctic wildflowers and boreal plants grow in this environment. Arctic migratory birds and northern nesting fowl are seen in great numbers each spring making Churchill a birding hotspot. Beluga whales congregate in the Churchill River each summer attracting whale watchers from around the world. Add arctic foxes, caribou, snowy owls and harbour seals to the mix and wildlife watchers are sure to be pleased.

The Churchill Northern Studies Centre offers five-day adventure study programs throughout the arctic seasons. More information about wildlife viewing and ecological study in Churchill can be found at our Learning Vacation page.

Churchill Rock Pools - Churchill Northern Studies Centre - Subarctic Education - Churchill Manitoba

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Annual General Meeting

See our AGM Poster for details!

From 7-9 PM on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at the Pioneer Gallery at the Complex

Please join us in celebrating the achievements of the past year, and looking forward to the future at our annual general meeting.