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Manitoba By:Erica Where 1 of the 10 provinces in Canada, North America is bordered by U.S.A, Saskatchewan, Hudson Bay, Ontario, and Nunavut. History Was populated by people from Britain, Western and astern Europe and East and Southeast Asia

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manitoba
Manitoba

By:Erica

where
Where
  • 1 of the 10 provinces in Canada, North America
  • is bordered by U.S.A, Saskatchewan, Hudson Bay, Ontario, and Nunavut.
history
History
  • Was populated by people from Britain, Western and astern Europe and East and Southeast Asia
  • 1st peoples were Metis, Saulteaux. Assiniboine, Chippewa, and Ojibwa.
  • Joined Confederation in 1870
  • Louis Riel is called the father of Manitoba
the emerald of the prairies winnipeg
“The Emerald of the Prairies”Winnipeg
  • The Emerald (Winnipeg) is the capitol of Manitoba
  • The oldest city in the Prairie Provinces
  • Has the Golden Boy (a statue that holds a torch in his right hand and wheat in the other)
  • The first peoples in Winnipeg were the Saulteaux
  • Winnipeg was a meeting place for Native Tribes

GOLDEN BOY

fast facts
Fast Facts
  • Fifth smallest province in Canada
  • The flower of Manitoba is the Prairie Crocus
  • There are about 1,000,000 Canadians living in Manitoba - half of them live in Winnipeg

Prairie Crocus

places tovisit
Places toVisit
  • Winnipeg is the home of the Royal Canadian Mint
  • The Canadian mint makes coins for Canada and other countries
  • Assiboine Park is the oldest park in Manitoba
  • Has 2 National Parks
references
References
  • Manitoba, B. McDermott and G. McKeown, 1999, Reidmore Books Inc.
  • http://www.gov.mb.ca/splash.html
  • http://www.travelmanitoba.com/quickfacts/emblems.html
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