The Bloodvein, a stunningly rugged and wild river, spans over 270 km from the headwaters in northwestern Ontario’s Woodland Caribou Provincial Park, to its confluence with Lake Winnipeg in northern Manitoba. Travel this designated Canadian Heritage River which has been home to the Ojibway people for hundreds of years: stunning pictographs stand in testament to their passing.
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Take the time to visit the Red Lake Heritage Center, a historical museum offering multi-media displays and exhibits on Aboriginal history, gold mining, the fur trade and more. For regional travel information, visit Northwest Ontario.