The Pas community is one of the oldest and most striking settlements in northern Manitoba. Boasting one of the three true blue lakes in existence outdoor adventure abounds set to the raw natural beauty that attracts visitors from around the world.
The traditional meeting place between Native trappers and the French and English fur traders has grown beyond its longstanding resources of trapping and fishing to truly become the Gateway to the North - a bountiful, proud, and progressive community now firmly based upon a solid and diversified industrial foundation of agriculture, forestry, transportation, and tourism.
In each of its four distinct seasons, The Pas offers unique recreational activities and a variety of cultural attractions such as the Trapper's Festival, Agricultural Fair, and Opasquia Indian days.
Find out more from our web site about the wonders of The Pas, where the Northern Lights shine year-round.
Town of the Pas Safety Public Forum Part 1 and Part 2