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Wolf Miral in Thompson - Robert Bateman's "Wolf Sketch"

The Wolf Miral is a reproduction of Robert Bateman's "Wolf Sketch," painted in 1990. The Wolf miral is Canada's largest photo real mural (86 feet x 62 feet) and is visible a mile away.  It rests on a 10 storey apartment block, Highland Tower, that is the most prominent building on Thompson's skyline. Located along the designated Millennium Trail. The Wolf miral is painted by award winning muralist, Charles Johnston.
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Spiritway's Volker Beckmann talks to Shaw TV about the Wolf Mural in Thompson. Watch this video.
 

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Josiah Flintabbatey Flontatin (Flinty)
Polar Bears Churchill
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Hudson Bay Quest Gillam to Churchill
Northern Manitoba Trappers Festival

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Heritage North Museum Thompson
Sam Waller Museum The Pas (204) 623-3802

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The aurora borealis (or northern lights) is a natural phenomenon caused by the interaction of charged particles from the sun with atoms in the upper atmosphere. Scientists from around the world have come to Churchill to study the northern lights in the active night sky – Churchill is one of the top three places on the planet to see the northern lights.

Northern lights in Churchill Manitoba

These otherworldly dancing curtains of light glow in a rainbow of colours, and are at their most brilliance in January through March. Under clear winter skies, visitors can watch the colourful artistry of the Aurora borealis light up the pitch-black nights. Grab a front row seat in the comfort of the plexiglass-covered Aurora Domes to watch this spectacular natural lightshow.


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