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Churchill, Manitoba is a land of beluga whales, polar bears, and beauty

You’ve probably never heard of Churchill, Manitoba.   With a population of just 899, this little Manitoba town is best known for the number of polar bears that congregate there during the fall — an event that's earned the town the nickname "The Polar Bear Capital of the World."  Located just 68 miles from the Manitoba–Nunavut border on the northern tip of Manitoba, Churchill might just be the best kept secret in Canada.
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