One of the provinces in the center of Canada. Also has Manitoba pronunciation. Its area is 649,950 square kilometers. Its population in 2016 is 1,278,365 people. It has four-seater weather and countless lakes and rivers. Agricultural farms have spread to the south and west. Its economy is based on agriculture, transportation, production, mining, forest, energy and tourism.
Manitoba Center, Winnipeg is Canada’s eighth largest city. Four of the five accredited Manitoba universities are located in this city, which has professional sports and cultural clubs. The first company in the tanned wool came to Manitoba in the 17th century and was set up in the lands owned by Hudson Bay. Manitoba became Canadian provinces in 1870. It has a powerful and powerful provincial government that was formed after the 1919 demonstrations.
It has a continental climate that is different from north to south. Due to low altitude and wide surfaces and the ocean’s ocean water, there is a lot of cold in January and February. In the summer, the warm weather in the Gulf of Mexico goes to Manitoba after crossing America. (The temperature is about 30 with high humidity), which is sometimes higher in moisture. In the whole of Canada, it has the highest air temperature.
Southern Manitoba and Winnipeg have a damp weather. The summer is hot and long and the winter is cold. 48% Manitoba is covered with forest. It has pine, spruce, cedar trees.
There are beautiful animals like white bears, deer and wolves in natural and national parks. There are 1455 species of birds, such as owls. Manitoba Lake has a variety of trout species.
The strong economy is based on natural resources, with domestic production of $ 50 billion in 2008. It was 2.88% in 2008. In the same year, the average income was $ 25,100 a year (rank 5 in Canada) and the unemployment rate in 2009 was very low in Manitoba and was 5.8%.
The economy is based on agriculture, tourism, energy, oil, mining and forestry. Agriculture in the south of Manitoba is very thriving. 122 percent of Canadian farms are located in Manitoba. The largest amount of sunflower seeds is located in this province. Portage La Prairie has the largest potato production, with more MacDonald’s french fries from here.
The largest hiring unit in Manitoba is its government, which is active in the university sector, hospital, and government agencies. In the tourist sector, Churchills Arctic is very active
The official language of Manitoba
The official language of the whole Canadian is English / French, but 89.8% of the people in English, 0.2% of the French language, 9.1% of both languages and 0.99% speak none.
Shipment in Manitoba
Transportation and storage account for 2.2 billion Canadian dollars of gross Manitoba production. Which accounts for 5% of the workforce. 955% of land transport is carried out in Manitoba by trucks, accounting for 80% of the merchandise trade between America and Manitoba.
The two companies Greyhound Canada / Gray Goose Bus Lines are involved in the bus transport sector.
Manitoba has two levels of rail, with a total length of 2439 km in the whole of Manitoba, due to its location:
Canadian National Railway “CN” and Canadian Pacific Railway “CPR”
Also, smaller lines and companies like Hudson Bay offer rail services.
The Winnipeg International Airport, named James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG), is the third largest Canadian airport in 2011, with the opening of its new section in 2011.
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