Though most of the boreal world, except Russia, are generally more or less developed countries--- however, there are some regions with such kind of broken wood cabin in Estonia, Canada, United States, New Zealand, Finland or Sweden.
Solution: DvW got it, that's in Canada, but not Manitoba.
That's in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan, just 10 km from Manitoba-Saskatchewan border!
It's not very attractive place for most people. It's very rustic and rural, as well as quite remote place. Yet if you don't mind the mosquitoes (Not very rampant but it's still a concern), this kind of place is far better than those Russian Cabins--- you won't encounter those KGB in Canada, the water is usually safe for drinking, and the vegetation, though not very well-protected, still remains lush. (This region is close to logging sites therefore these cabin are easily found within the region, but the population remains low)
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