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Thompson Travel Guide  

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Thompson city, better known as ‘Hub of the North’, can be described as the regional service and trade center located in Manitoba’s northern side.
Thompson lies at a distance of 830 Km on the northern side of international border; whereas it lies at a distance of 739 Km on the northern side of Winnipeg’s provincial capital.
 Furthermore, Thompson is located at a distance of 396 Km on the north-eastern side of ‘Flin Flon’. It’s the 3rd biggest city within the province, following Brandon and Winnipeg.
Owing to subarctic climate of Thompson, it has obtained reputation with regards to ‘cold weather testing’. Hummer, Ford, and Chrysler can be mentioned as automobile manufacturers who have tested vehicles in Thompson during its winters.
Indications have come forward from ‘National research Council of Canada’ for seeking a partner within private industry for developing testing equipment for ‘aircraft engines’.

Time zone:
UTC+-6
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Reviews Thompson

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Pisew Falls Provincial ParkPisew Falls Provincial Park is a thing worth exploring. Its name has been translated from local ‘Cree’ language; which means ‘Lynx’. This name was also given due to sound of ‘hissing water’ bearing resemblance to sound of... more ‘wild northern feline’. Pisew Falls Provincial Park has been created due to intensive geological activities taking place in this regions long time ago; i.e. when violence on the part of tectonic movements resulted in creation of a fault, followed by upheaval of fault-line’s southern side.The above-mentioned movements have left a ‘rift’ within the landscape; with waterfall cascading through and over it.Hiking and campingCamping isn’t permitted at falls themselves. Electrical services are also not provided. It’s an amazing picnic spot; along with being a grand place to stop if one travels towards south or north.
Paula
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The city is dirty, and needs to be cleaned up.
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