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  Easy Encyclopedia - Online Encyclopedia. Knowledge is Power
Manitoba is one of Canada's provinces and was the fifth province to join Canada (in 1870).
Manitoba is located in the longitudinal centre of Canada, one of the Prairie Provinces.
Manitoba was settled by members of the Ojibwa and Assiniboine tribes.
www.easyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/m/ma/manitoba.html   (398 words)

 Dauphin, Manitoba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dauphin is a city in Manitoba, Canada, with an approximate population of 8 085.
Founded in 1898, it became an important centre for the transportation of grain.
Stan Struthers is the current Member of the Legislative Assembly and is the Minister of Conservation for the Province of Manitoba.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dauphin,_Manitoba   (284 words)

 Hog Watch Manitoba News
Marcel Hacault, president of the Manitoba Pork Council, said the incident may be used to feed opposition to the expanding hog industry, but added that both the owner, the on-site manager and Conservation officials followed all proper procedures.
Manitoba Conservation has never given much confidence that the enforcement is in place, and the almost laughable response to this incident gives little indication that the department is interested in creating the perception or reality of enforcement that is required to give public confidence in the hog industry.
Manitoba Pork should be the strongest voice calling for the strict and visible enforcement of the rules.
www.hogwatchmanitoba.org /news0208.html   (7818 words)

 Welcome to Manitoba, Canada
Manitoba is located in the longitudinal centre of Canada, although it is considered part of Western Canada.
The climate in Manitoba is typical of its mid continent location and northerly latitude.
When Rupert's Land was ceded to Canada in 1869 and incorporated into the Northwest Territories, a lack of attention to Métis concerns led their leader Louis Riel to establish a provisional government, The Red River Rebellion.
www.hometowncanada.com /mb   (717 words)

 Hog Watch Manitoba News
The first two parts of the four-part study include a detailed examination of where the P in the lakes, rivers and streams draining southern Manitoba's watershed is coming from and a series of recommendations on how livestock producers can reduce their contribution to the problem.
The P problem is compounded by the fact that, in Manitoba, manure application recommendations are currently based on balancing the crop's nitrogen (N) needs but, because the N:P ratio of manure samples is sometimes out of balance with the N:P needs of crops, the result is a surplus of P in some soils.
Since livestock production is increasing quickly in Manitoba, the researchers suggest the industry's contribution to P loading may also be increasing, a fact which underlines the importance of more research into ways to reduce the amount of phosphorus entering water supplies.
www.hogwatchmanitoba.org /news0307.html   (5044 words)

 Manitoba Community Profiles - Community Profile:Town of Pilot Mound
The town is part of the Westman Region and is 150 kilometres southeast of the region's largest centre, Brandon.
The town was named after a steep rise in elevation just south of the community, used by early settlers as a "pilot" to help guide their way.
The town, situated in the heart of south central Manitoba, is surrounded by farmland, rolling hills and long stretches of wide valleys along the Pembina River.
www.communityprofiles.mb.ca /cgi-bin/csd/index.cgi?id=4604044   (481 words)

 Protected Areas - Manitoba
Manitoba Wildlands also aims to analyze and comment on the validity, status and progress regarding these environmental commitments, declarations and policies from the Manitoba government Throne and Budget speeches and associated documentation.
In northern Manitoba many First Nation and Métis communities are accessible only by plane for the majority of the year, with winter roads (over the ice and snow) for 2 or 3 months each winter.
Manitoba's Conservation Minister has confirmed the principles and intent of the MOU, and the MOU is written into the terms of reference for the East Side Planning Initiative.
manitobawildlands.org /pa_commitments.htm   (752 words)

 THE A.A.C.C. - Canada's National Aviculture Organisation
MANITOBA bird enthusiasts say the Doer government is about to turn them into criminals.
A spokesman for the Conservation Department said there is no intention to add pets to the list, but Saydak said he isn't convinced.
The Avicultural Advancement Council of Canada is establishing a network of people nationwide to keep track of and fight these laws in their own communities.
www.islandnet.com /~aacc/manitoba.htm   (1407 words)

 Winnipeg, Manitoba information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Aside from being the provincial capital of Manitoba, Winnipeg has served as the capital for two other Canadian territories: the Northwest Territories from 1870 to 1876 and the District of Keewatin from 1876 to 1905.
Among the popular cultural institutions in the city are: the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), the Manitoba Opera, the Manitoba Museum (formerly the Museum of Man and Nature), the Manitoba Theatre Centre, the Prairie Theatre Exchange, and the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Winnipeg's four universities are the University of Manitoba (undergraduate, graduate school, and medical school), Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface affiliated with University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg (undergraduate and select graduate programs) and Canadian Mennonite University (private).
c10-ss-1-lb.cnet.com /reference/Winnipeg,_Manitoba   (6433 words)

 WWW Virtual Library: Museums in Canada
The Langley Centennial Museum is one of the oldest community museums in the province of British Colu...
Specimens of flora and fauna of eastern Manitoba; forestry artifacts and models housed in the museum...
Community museum with exhibits and collections relating to the history of the Greater Moncton area.
icom.museum /vlmp/canada.html   (10445 words)

 Tennis Manitoba Community Tennis: Junior League
Tennis Manitoba is promoting the development of a junior league that will be made up of players from multiple clubs, ages and abilities.
The initial session is targeted for players 14 years of age or under that are not members of the Tennis Manitoba Provincial Team, with plans to expand to multiple clubs and divisions that will accommodate more competitive players during the outdoor season.
Tennis Manitoba is accepting names of those that wish to be added to the spares list, as well as those that would like information on the next session once the registration forms are available.
www.tennismanitoba.com /community/jr_league.html   (338 words)

 Cyndi's List - Canada - Manitoba
Map and Listing of placename locations via section, township and range by which the placename can be found in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Western Ontario.
The displayed list of results indicates which of the many databases has a possible match, as well as suggestions to help you refine your search.
A list of addresses for genealogical and historical societies in the province.
www.cyndislist.com /manitoba.htm   (2336 words)

 Connectivity in Manitoba and The Role of Municipalities
Many communities in Canada and the world have recognized the importance of establishing municipal networks as a way to increase operational efficiencies, regain control over their community’s future, encourage partnerships, develop new economic opportunities and retain their residents.
Manitoba Health, Health Authority Offices, data centres, operations and maintenance monitoring centres, regulatory bodies, hospitals, rural diagnostic units, private labs, private lab specimen collection points, and physicians clinics throughout the province.) The wide area network of the PDN provides the data transfer capabilities for healthcare facilities to exchange appropriate clinical and administrative data.
Many of the models studied have identified that one of the first tasks in each community is to raise an awareness of the potential of municipal fibre and to solicit cooperation in bringing together the needs and demands of all sectors of the municipality, both public and private.
www.smartwinnipeg.mb.ca /connectivity_manitoba.htm   (13422 words)

 EPA > Wetlands > Wetlands Reading List (Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12)
The goal of the list is to encourage students to explore and develop a respect, understanding and appreciation for wetlands.
They are listed here because their large and abundant pictures and easy to follow story make them suitable for the primary grade level.
The muskrats are depicted as part of the wetland community with other Wildlife naturally found in wetlands, such as the Common Yellowthroat (a warbler), Wood Ducks and sunfish, as well as other animals such as deer and a fox, that frequent wetlands during the day to feed or drink.
www.epa.gov /OWOW/wetlands/science/readlist.html   (13473 words)

 The Trans CanadaYellowhead Highway in Manitoba
Lake Manitoba's beaches bring fond memories to those who spent their days in service here and at two royal Canadian Air force bases, one of which is alive and thriving as a training and technical center.
Gladstone is one of the oldest towns in Manitoba and is located at the third crossing of the Whitemud River.
Voted Manitoba's most beautiful town, Minnedosa is the gateway to Riding Mountain National Park, an "island of the prairies", where buffalo roam and 500 species of wildlife thrive.
www.airhighways.com /final_manitoba.htm   (1428 words)

 Manitoba Career News
Topping the popularity list is the certified aboriginal financial manager program, which is offered in three delivery methods: as a full-time program; through distance learning; or via modular delivery combining in-class instruction with online support.
Beauchamp, who’s been with the college for 18 years, explains: “Most of our students are from First Nations communities throughout Manitoba, northwestern Ontario and elsewhere in the country.
Manitoba students will be able to create concrete career plans with Bridges’ newest online career information system, Choices Planner.
www.bridges.com /mbcn/en/Articles/AboriginalFocus/FirstNationsCollegeProves.html   (538 words)

 List of cities in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This is a list of the cities of Canada in alphabetical order.
This listing includes the thirty most populous metropolitan areas in Canada (see [1] (http://www.canadainfolink.ca/cities.htm) for numbers) and all of the and territorial capitals.
See also list of the 100 largest cities in and List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas Canada
www.freeglossary.com /Canada/cities   (287 words)

I tell the member that the Manitoba government, representatives from the Department of Agriculture and other agencies of government have been working very closely with the federal government and with the Food Inspection Agency to put in place a plan should there be an outbreak of this disease.
All communities of Manitoba are concerned about the safety of their drinking water.
Manson Moir, and others in the R.M. of Albert and the community of Tilston, and of course with the one particular battery that is involved in the emissions of ongoing hydrogen sulphide emissions in that area.
www.gov.mb.ca /legislature/hansard/2nd-37th/vol_026/h026.html   (19378 words)

 Services for you - Manitoba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
With help from one of Manitoba's 16 Community Futures Development Corporations, he received financing for his plant in Riverton and now exports much of his product to contractors in the United States.
Manitoba is emerging as a leader in the research and treatment of diabetes and long-term studies in our province will make treatments more effective and may even lead to a cure some day.
Manitoba is home to some major Government of Canada institutions, including the Canadian Wheat Board, the National Research Council's Institute for Biodiagnostics, the Royal Canadian Mint, and the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health.
www.communication.gc.ca /guides/services2001/manitoba_e.html   (617 words)

 33 Manitoba communities acclaim their politicians
Voters in 33 Manitoba communities will not be going to the polls in provincewide municipal elections on Oct. 25 because their councils have been acclaimed.
Manitoba's highest court will debate the province's smoking ban, with a focus on whether it should apply to First Nations bars and casinos.
Manitoba was a popular place to move to in 2006, numbers revealed Thursday by provincial Immigration Minister Nancy Allan show.
www.cbc.ca /canada/manitoba/story/2006/10/11/mba-acclamation.html   (1380 words)

 Manitoba Hydro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Manitoba Hydro is a Crown Corporation owned by the Province of Manitoba, with a legislated mandate to provide for the continuance of a supply of power adequate for the needs of the province and to promote economy and efficiency in the generation, distribution, supply, and use of power.
As the major distributor of natural gas in the province, Manitoba Hydro is the fourth largest energy utility in Canada.
Manitoba Hydro, knowing that it could not afford to make any mistakes, realized that centralizing and managing its engineering documents was mission-critical.
software.emc.com /about_us/customer/profiles/manitoba_hydro.htm   (1022 words)

 Mailing Lists : SD Gateway
Any member of a list can send e-mail messages addressed to the list, which the server will forward to all other members of the list.
Some lists are moderated, which means that a person reviews each message before it is sent to all other members to ensure that the message is on topic and to prevent junk e-mail (spams) and personal attacks (flames).
Since there are several different types of mailing list software (listserv; majordomo; listproc; mailbase; and almanac) specific commands for subscription, etc. may differ.
www.sdgateway.net /mailinglists   (400 words)

 Manitoba Hotel Association
Chefs and cooks at Manitoba hotels are encouraged to enter the Canadian Culinary Federation Winnipeg Branch's 29th Annual Culinary Salon to be held at the Greenwood Inn in Winnipeg on March 11, 2007.
Two of Manitoba's last "dry" communities voted to allow liquor in their communities in a referendum Wednesday, while another community decided to keep their ban.
Manitoba hotels are signing up for a new national program with low Visa, MasterCard and Interac rates with Chase Paymentech.
www.manitobahotelassociation.ca   (549 words)

 Eastern Manitoba is ripe with investment opportunity!
Our communities are safe, clean, and friendly, there are abundant recreational and cultural activities, and excellent health care facilities.
The RCMP is widely used for community policing throughout the region, but community programs also reinforce the safety of the area.
Examples of service and cultural outlets in Eastman communities are the Pinawa Public Library and the use of their community center as their Theatre Group home.
www.investmanitoba.com /docREGION/qual.htm   (938 words)

 Barnes & Duncan Land Surveying & Geomatics - Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
It is with great pleasure that we announce the amalgamation of Wilson and Neal Land Surveying and Geomatics with Barnes and Duncan.
Barnes and Duncan has operated as a land surveying company in Manitoba under various names dating back to 1906 with the name Barnes and Duncan having been used since 1973.
Go here for a list of links that should be of interest.
www.barnesduncan.com   (267 words)

 Manitoba Wildlands News item   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
52 communities and sites in Manitoba are currently under boil water advisories or boil orders issued by the Manitoba Department of Water Stewardship Office of Drinking Water.
The current list of boil water advisories includes five communities added to the list in 2006.
The list of communities under boil water advisory is not available online, it can only be obtained by making a request to the Office of Drinking Water.
www.manitobawildlands.org /news_item.asp?number=663   (168 words)

 Ambassador Program - Manitoba Pork Council
Because the farmer is seen as the most credible source for agricultural information - 1,400 pork producers in Manitoba are well positioned in their communities to provide positive and accurate facts about our dynamic industry to individuals and groups.
Manitoba Pork Council's Pork Ambassador program is available to farmers, barn workers, office staff and industry personnel.
If you are interested in attending or organizing a Pork Ambassador session in your area, please contact: Manitoba Pork Council by or by phone at (204) 237-7447.
www.manitobapork.com /relations_porkproud.php   (185 words)

 Lake Winnipeg (Manitoba) - Recreation Page 5
On the Chief Peguis Trail, named after the legendary Saulteux chief who helped found the Red River Colony, travels north from the Red River through the Icelandic community of Gimli, to Hecla Village in Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park.
Victoria Beach - On the eastern side of Lake Winnipeg's southern basin, Victoria Beach, and its nearby communities of Lester Beach, Belair, Hillside Beach, Albert Beach and Traverse Bay, lie in the heart of Manitoba's cottage country.
Serene and sedate, these beaches serve a string of popular lakeside vacation communities.
www.greatcanadianlakes.com /manitoba/lake_winnipeg/rec_page5.htm   (409 words)

 CBC Manitoba - Winnipeg Votes 2006 - Municipal Election Races
On Oct. 25, Manitobans in more than 200 towns, villages and municipalities choose reeves, councillors and mayors to represent their local concerns.
Manitoba's last 'dry' towns to vote on booze bans
Manitoba Association of School Trustees - Rural Trustee Candidates
www.cbc.ca /manitoba/features/winnipegvotes2006/municipal   (338 words)

 Canada US investment - immigrate to Manitoba
To apply under The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, you must provide a documented assessment of business opportunities in Manitoba and general knowledge of the Province.
Although not an exhaustive list, active value-added businesses, such as manufacturing, food processing and other businesses that provide meaningful and lasting employment in Manitoba, are desired.
Some communities in Manitoba outside the City of Winnipeg are in need of basic services.
www.canadausinvestment.com /canmb.htm   (187 words)

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