Wapusk National Park
Location and History
On April 24, 1996 Canada's seventh largest national park was established. It is called Wapusk National Park (pronounced waa-pusk). Wapusk National Park protects 11,475 km2 of land. It is located at the northern edge of where Manitoba meets Hudson Bay. The aboriginal inhabitants of the region today are Inuit, Dene and Cree, the three nations who were trading together at this gathering place long before the white man discovered the riches of the new world.
The Wapusk National Park is located in the Hudson Plains ecozone. …
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