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Manâtakâw: the Beautiful Upland

Manâtakâw: the Beautiful Upland

At 1,466m, this is often described as the highest elevation in mainland Canada between Labrador and the Rocky Mountains. It is an island on the Canadian prairies. It was once a seaside resort. It has a bloody past. Rewind 68 million years, the Bearspaw Sea, which covered most of southern Alberta, had started a retreat … Continue reading