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Pros: camping,hiking, fishing, beautiful nature pictures, great place to walk your dog, long winter season for skidooing.
Cons: limited shopping
This is a good place to appreciate the important things in life, like spending time with family and friends, and enjoying the wilderness in your backyard.
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"The City Built on Rock"

Flin Flon is a city in the province of Manitoba. It is on the Saskatchewan border.

The city was named for a character in the pulp fiction novel, "The Sunless City." A local statue depicting the book's hero, Josiah Flintabattey Flonatin, was designed by cartoonist Al Capp.


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The local economy relies heavily on mining.
Well-known residents have included:
· Bobby Clarke, hockey player
Nearby parks & recreation: Baker's Narrows Provincial Park
Historic sites and museums: Flin Flon Station Museum
Transit: Flin Flon Bus Service
Listed places in Flin Flon:
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 Newspapers (1)
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Flin Flon Web sites
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 Flin Flon Chamber of Commerce


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Newspapers in Flin Flon include Flin Flon Reminder

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