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The Canadian Province of Manitoba (MB) is located in Central Canada. Located in the region of the Canadian Prairies, Manitoba (MB) has a population of nearly 1,3 million. The Province is bordered by the USA in the South, Ontario in the East and Saskatchewan in the West. The official capital is Winnipeg that is also is most populous city.

There are 7 gaming establishments within the territory of Manitoba (MB). In total, they provide more than 2,300 slot machines, nearly 60 gaming tables, 3 poker tables and 1 horse track. The biggest gaming venue of MB is the McPhillips Station Casino of Winnipeg; where you can find 800 slot machines as well as numerous gaming tables such as Bingo, Blackjack, Baccarat, High card Flush, Craps, Roulette and Poker. The casino’s offer includes also a restaurant, a bar and to salons.

Capital city of the Province of Manitoba (MB), Winnipeg is also the seventh most populous city in Canada. Located in the Southeast of the province, this capital is dynamic and lively. Downtown Winnipeg is filled with numerous historic buildings such as the Legislative Building, the City Hall, Upper Fort Garry and the Old Market Square. On the city’s surroundings, history buffs will extend their visits in places like the Forks National Historic Site, Fort Gibraltar or the wanted house of Sir Hugh John McDonald House Dalnavert. Nature lovers will be glad to know that the number one attraction of Winnipeg remains the huge Assiniboine Park. It takes couple of hours to explore the entire place featuring wild animals such as bears. The other offers of the park includes several walks within a beautiful nature, picnic areas and sculptures. In addition to the Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg provides other pleasant natural areas that are perfect for a moment of relaxation. Among them, we can mention Fort Whyte Alive, Kildonan Park, Kings Park or La Barrière Park. Art lovers will spend some time the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights that features a wonderful architecture highlighted by many captivating exhibitions.

Thanks to its continental climate and its location on the shores of the Hudson Bay, the province of Manitoba (MB) possesses a high number of wild animals. Among them, the most known are the polar bears. The city of Churchill is considered as the « Polar Bears’ Capital ». Despite the cold, lots of tours are organized to bring the visitors close to this beautiful wild species. Otherwise, you can use the Bay Shore Road and observe the polar bears from the road.

The Province of Manitoba (MB) is also a family-friendly destination thanks to its many amusement parks. From water parks to theme parks, younger and older will spend a very fun moment. The most popular remain the Tinkertown Family Fun Park of Winnipeg, the Steinbach Aquatic Center or the Splash Island Water Park of Portage la Prairie.

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Brandon, Carberry, Winnipeg

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