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Churchill Town Centre Complex houses a health centre, high school, public library, office for local government district, a café and recreation centre.
A feature of the building is its art work, where the cultures of Indian,
Inuit and white civilizations, all of which have made their impact on Churchill are represented.
The Eskimo museum in Churchill was founded by Jacques Volant.
The museum is a great place to learn the culture of the North and visitors get to see a lot of interesting Intuit carvings and artifacts.
You will be able to learn something new visiting this Parks Canada cornerstone attraction in Churchill’s historic train station. There are a variety of programs and exhibits about the human and natural history of the Churchill area: Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site, York Factory National Historic Site and Wapusk National Park.
Being the most beautiful and peaceful spot around Churchill, Cape Merry has a wealth of history and natural beauty. Prince of Wales Fort stone fortress at the mouth of the Churchill River was built over 40 years, from 1731 to 1771.
Polar bear jail is a special building in Churchill, Manitoba where polar bears that are considered troublesome or dangerous are isolated before they can be relocated.
Dogs have always played an important role in Churchill and Manitoba's history. They have been critical to the transportation of mail and greatly aided fur traders. Dog sledding was the most efficient way to travel in the winter months, and is now a labour of love.