Manitoba, one of Canada's three Prairie Provinces, covers 649,950 square kilometers (250,900 square miles) and has a rich variety of landscapes. The province is bordered by Ontario to the east, Saskatchewan to the west, Nunavut to the north, the Northwest Territories to the northwest, and the U.S. states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south. Manitoba's symbol is the North American bison, a wild buffalo that once dominated the prairie lands within the province. Today, Manitoba is dominated by agriculture and livestock and is Canada's most important breadbasket region. Manitoba's capital and largest city is Winnipeg, which is also the most populous city in the province and is home to the provincial government, the Manitoba Legislative Assembly and the provincial courts. Four of the province's five universities and four professional sports teams are located in Winnipeg. Manitoba has an extreme continental climate. Because of its roughly flat landscape, it is exposed to a cold Arctic high-pressure air mass from the northwest in January and February. In the summer, warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico moves northward, and this is when the air mass enters Manitoba from the southern United States. Temperatures can exceed 30 °C each summer, and according to Environment Canada, Manitoba has the clearest skies in Canada all year round and ranks second among the provinces in summer and winter.

K-12 Public School Districts

School districts in Manitoba are classified by region: Central, Northern/Remote, Parkland/Westman, Southeast/Interlake, and Winnipeg. The applications of Chinese students are mainly concentrated in Winnipeg, the largest city in Manitoba, with a total of 6 School Districts:
●Pembina Trails School Division ●Louis Riel School Division‍ ●River East Transcona School Division
●Seven Oaks School Division‍ ●St. James-Assiniboia School Division‍ ●Winnipeg School Division

●University of Manitoba (Winnipeg)

●University of Winnipeg (Winnipeg)

●Brandon University (Brandon)

●Red River College Polytechnic (Winnipeg) ●University College of the North (Thompson,The Pas)
●college de St. Boniface (Winnipeg)

●Assiniboine Community College (Brandon) ●Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (Winnipeg)

●International College of Manitoba (Winnipeg) ●Providence College and Theological Seminary (Otterburne)

2. Taxes

Manitoba separates its tax rates to GST and PST, federal tax at 5%, provincial tax at 7%, the total is 12%.

3.Leisure & travel
Manitoba is extremely rich in tourism resources, including original ecological natural landscapes and vibrant modern cities. Every tourist who comes here will linger and forget to return. The most mention-worthy here is the town of Churchill in Manitoba, which is one of the three best places on earth to observe the northern lights; the best time of the year to see them is between March and April. It is also a great place to see polar bears. Hundreds of polar bears surround the town of Churchill every fall. You can take a helicopter ride to get a bird's-eye view of the polar bears on the tundra and watch the arctic foxes run swiftly through the snow-capped mountains below. In addition. You can also enrich your arctic adventure with a thrilling dogsled ride through the boreal forest. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg is one of the most remarkable buildings in all of Canada and is the only museum in the world dedicated to human rights awareness and education. Here you can learn about Aboriginal perspectives on rights, breaking the silence, inspiring change, and so much more. Located in the heart of Winnipeg, Manitoba, the FortWhyte Alive reserve is an urban oasis of wilderness that serves as an outdoor gathering place for fishing, boating, snowshoeing, ice skating, skiing, and tobogganing. It is also a place to see a variety of wildlife up close (bison, white-tailed deer, reptiles, muskrats, and over 160 species of birds). In addition to the natural landscape, the food and music festivals in Manitoba are also a major feature here; you can enjoy the unique dishes made of bison, caribou, or arctic sockeye salmon while marveling at the ever-changing shimmer of the northern lights performance in Churchill Town. Take a stroll through Winnipeg's Exchange District and immerse yourself in its food culture, which offers 51 restaurants and cafes, or head to Old Market Square for the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, the Soca Reggae Festival, or enjoy an orchestra performance at Centennial Concert Hall. In short, Manitoba's exceptional experience will provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy the intrinsic essence of Manitoba.

4. Average income
Average annual personal income
CAD 49,661.00
Average annual household income
CAD 84,130.00
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