The Seven Wonders of Manitoba

City: Winnipeg
Director: Karsten Wall
Genre: Entertainment

Many Canadians think Manitoba is a "flyover" province. But just off the beaten path, you'll discover some of the most amazing natural wonders in the country.

To watch The Seven Wonders of Manitoba:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

If you are not a Bell Fibe TV customer, click here to learn more about Bell services.


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Episodes

Episode 1

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 55.1985° N, 98.3978° W

Episode 2

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 53.7833° N, 99.3167° W

Episode 3

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 51.4900° N, 95.2400° W

Episode 4

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 49.6624° N, 99.2669° W

Episode 5

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 50.7345° N, 97.5304° W

Episode 6

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 57.0049° N, 92.3107° W

Episode 7

Join us as we discover the wonders of this incredible location: 58.7684° N, 94.1650° W

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