Instagramming Canada - Manitoba

Instagramming Canada - Manitoba October 5, 2015 · 1 min. read

Welcome to Manitoba, and the second half of our Instagram trip across Canada! How have you enjoyed it so far? I've loved seeing the different corners of every province and territory. Speaking of, I've been to Manitoba a few times, but I've never had the chance to really explore it. I've really enjoyed putting this article together to showcase the province, so please go through the images and give their respected photographers some love!

Manitoba is known for its rivers (and how they like to overflow), their nature and their unique culture. Manitoba's history began with the Red River Rebellion during the founding days of Canada, and the scars from that battle are still evident over a hundred years later. Nevertheless, Manitoba is growing and is changing into a shining icon of multiculturalism and human rights. The capital city, Winnipeg, is even home to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, which you can see in my cover phone (image courtesy of Travel Manitoba!) and throughout this article.

I introduce you Part 7 of 13, "Instagramming Canada - Manitoba"! Be sure to share this one and spread the word about this gorgeous province!

City Life

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Architecture

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Country Life

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Riding Mountain National Park

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Mother Nature

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Lakes and Rivers

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And, as always, a big thank you to my sweetheart Jessica Nuttall for proof reading a countless number of my articles. I couldn't do any of this without you. I love you.

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