Canada's Heart Beats
The Canadian Shield covers almost half of Manitoba including Churchill. Churchill is in the Hudson bay lowlands. The flat land reaches an average elevation of 120 meters.
The temperature is normally cold in Churchill. The average temperature in July is about 12°C to 16°C. In January it is around -25°C to -23°C. Churchill has 1767 hours of light each year!!!
Churchill has over 500 different species of plants. The vegetation region is the subarctic and the arctic tundra. You cant really grow anything because of how cold it is and how there is less growing seasons.
Churchill is in wet climate soils, which has a mild climate and coastal being pretty warm in the summer.This is due to the lack of influence in the gulf streams and the weather of the Hudson Bay.
There are a lot of tourist attractions to Churchill, it might be a cold place but there's lot to do. There are a lot of boat tours in Churchill to see the polar bears and to see a lot of the Hudson and James bay. There is a lot more like nature and wild life and Prince of Wales Fort and much more.
This is the Northern light which happens day and night but looks amazing at night. the Northern light happen in the colours Blue, Green and Pink, know one knows why the lights happen but people predict that there is a magnetic pole at the northern and southern hemisphere that make this amazing dancing lights occur.
Northern Lights Time Lapse from Churchill
POLAR BEARS AND BELUGA WHALES!!!
The animal that most of the world knows canada for the polar bear, are mostly populated in Churchill where they rome around with their family. There has been rare attacks on humans by polar bears. They seem like really passive animals if you don't bother them. Also Churchill has a high population of Beluga whales, when you go on a boat tour you get to see these amazing whales swimming and following your boat!