Watch unique footage of polar bears, caribou and other northern wildlife in their snowy habitat at Wapusk National Park. See rare video of two polar bear cubs at play with each other and with their mother. Admire a pair of majestic adult polar bears lumbering across the icy landscape and get a sense of their size and power. See a caribou herd, an arctic fox and an arctic grouse set against the snowy beauty of this northern landscape. You'll be amazed at the richness and diversity of Wapusk National Park.
Wapusk National Park is located along the shores of the Hudson Bay, in the northern tip of Manitoba. Wapusk means "white bear" in Cree. This is a truly fitting name for this national park that protects one of the largest known polar bear maternity denning areas in the world. Wapusk National Park covers over 11,000 square kilometres and lies on the transition between Canada's boreal forest and Arctic tundra. The geology, biodiversity, and cultural history of the area all contribute to the unique wilderness character of this amazing place.