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Beluga Week sees pods converge on Churchill waters

It's Beluga Week in northern Manitoba and more than 3,000 of the whales are expected to converge on Churchill's waters for the summer.

Watch a live feed of adventurers paddling among whales' summer vacation territory

It's Beluga Week in northern Manitoba and more than 3,000 of the whales are expected to converge on Churchill's waters for the summer.

The whales migrate to the area, off the coast of northern Manitoba, every year before settling down in small estuaries where the Seal, Nelson and Churchill rivers meet the Hudson Bay.

You can watch a livestream of the belugas here:

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