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Manitoba, one of Canada's prairie provinces, sits atop North Dakota and Minnesota. This guide leads visitors from the stark beauty of the province's North (site of the world's largest concentration of polar bears) to its remote fly-in fishing camps and on to the historical and cultural bounty of Winnipeg, its capital city. 400 color photos.
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MARILYN MORTON is a freelance writer living in Winnipeg.Review:
"A fresh new insider's guide to Manitoba... a surprisingly nifty, resourceful little tome that should be of interest even to people who already consider themselves experts on the subject... lushly illustrated and packaged in a compact, user-friendly format, Colour Guide Manitoba will make a handy guide for visitors and their hosts, too." (Winnipeg Sun)
"It will provide invaluable assistance if you want to know about the province's history, geography and tourist attractions." (Interlake Spectator)
...the strength of these guides lies in the colour photography and heavily detailed copy in the Top Attractions, Neighbourhoods, and History sections. (Tralee Pearce Globe and Mail)
"...a good introduction to the main attractions of that province." (Laszlo Buhasz Globe and Mail)
"Compact and lavishly illustrated...highly recommended for visitors to the "keystone" province." (Dave Jenkinson Canadian Book Review Annual)
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Book Description Formac Publishing Ltd., 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0887803229
Book Description Formac, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0887803229
Book Description Formac Publishing Ltd., 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110887803229