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  Manitoba - Search View - MSN Encarta
Manitoba is lower in elevation than areas to the east, west, and south, and serves as a drainage basin for several major rivers.
Manitoba is represented in the Canadian Parliament by 14 elected representatives in the House of Commons and by six senators who are appointed by the federal government.
In 1957 the electoral districts of Manitoba were redrawn to reflect the population shift from rural to urban areas, particularly to the city of Winnipeg and towns in the south, and also to the northern mining communities.
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 Pembina Valley Region, Manitoba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Pembina Valley is the name given to the south-central region of the province of Manitoba, Canada.
The Pembina Valley was home to 52,126 residents as of the 2001 census.
The region is comprised of two of Statistics Canada's census divisions of Canada: Manitoba Census Division No. 3 and No. 4, which together have a land area of 9,790.98 km² (3,780.32 sq mi) and a total population of 52,126 (2001 census).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pembina_Valley_Region,_Manitoba   (270 words)

Pembina, situated at the confluence of the Red and Pembina Rivers in the northeastern corner of North Dakota, is a quiet, peaceful town steeped in history.
In 1803, the Hudson Bay Company built a new post at Pembina, which was also located at the mouth of the Pembina, on the west bank of the Red River and in the angle formed by the Red and Pembina Rivers.
Pembina's permanent status became secure with the construction of a post office in 1843 and the establishment of the first customs house at the International Port of Entry in 1851.
www.prairiepublic.org /features/riverwatch/cities/pembina.html   (724 words)

 Manitoba. The Columbia Gazetteer of North America. 2000
Easternmost of the Prairie Provs., Man. is bounded N by Keewatin region of the N.W.T. (with a NE shoreline on Hudson Bay), E by Ont., S by U.S. (Minn. and N.Dak.), and W by Sask. Because of its central location it is a major natl.
The S part of Man. is dominated by lakes, with the Winnipeg paralleled in the W by Winnipegosis and Manitoba.
To the W and N of the Red R. valley, the land rises in an escarpment extending into the plateaus of the Pembina, Turtle, Riding, Duck, and Porcupine mts.
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 Manitoba travel guide - Wikitravel
Manitoba [1] is one of Canada's 10 provinces, located on the Prairies.
French is spoken in Winnipeg and the Southern regions of the province.
Manitoba is known as one of the wettest provinces, and has in excess of 100,000 lakes.
wikitravel.org /en/Manitoba   (532 words)

 Pembina Valley Prov Park Plants (1998-2001)
The Pembina Valley Provincial Park was officially opened October 5, 2001, as Manitoba's 75th provincial park, and is located approximately 160km south west of Winnipeg Manitoba.
Manitoba Conservation has identified 16 rare plant species in the Pembina Valley area including False Indigo (Amorpha fruticosa), a shrub with branching stems and member of the pea family.
The valley, known as the Pembina Gorge in North Dakota, was carved out of the soft shale bedrock by the ancient Pembina River as the ancient river carried meltwater from glacial Lake Souris, in north-central North Dakota and southern Manitoba, to glacial lake Agassiz.
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 THE PEMBINA ESCARPMENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The materials exposed in the Pembina Escarpment have their origins several millions of years ago, during the Cretaceous Period, long before glaciers invaded the Red River lowlands.
The shales and carbonates of the Cretaceous formations, exposed today in the deep gullies and valleys of the Pembina Escarpment, were deposited in a seaway that connected the Arctic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico about 90 million years ago.
The formation of the Red River, and ultimately of the Pembina Escarpment ("Pembina Mountain" or "The Manitoba Escarpment" - several terms have been used for the same feature), was due to the springs emanating from the Cretaceous-age Dakota Group sandstone.
www.state.nd.us /ndgs/pembina/Pembina.htm   (1222 words)

 Pembina Valley Development Corp.
The region is bordered on the east by the Red River, on the West by the Pembina Escarpment, on the south by the United States Border, and the north by the city of Winnipeg and Provincial Road #2.
The Pembina Valley Region of Manitoba has a population of approximately 54,000 residents and is the largest industrial area outside the city of Winnipeg.
Everything from cereals to peas and beans is grown in the region and the diversity continues to expand with the research that takes place throughout the area and, to a large part, at the Agriculture Canada Research Station located in Morden, Manitoba and the University of Manitoba Crop Research Station in Carman, Manitoba.
www.pvdcorp.mb.ca   (412 words)

 Manitoba Community Profiles - Community Profile:Town of Altona
The Town of Altona is located at the junction of Highways 30 and 201 in the Pembina Valley Region of Manitoba.
The Manitoba prairies around Altona were first settled in the early 1870's.
Being expert grain farmers, the Mennonites saw the rich fertile farmland of the Red River Valley in Manitoba as a perfect place to call home.
www.communityprofiles.mb.ca /cgi-bin/csd/index.cgi?id=4603040   (684 words)

 Counties and Regions (Manitoba - Canada)
Elm Creek and District CDC english - The rural community of Elm Creek (RM of Grey) is situated in south central Manitoba, midway between Winnipeg and PortagelaPrairie.
Red River english - The Red River Valley region is known world-wide for its fertile farmland with rich, fl soils.
Regions include Town of The Pas, Rural Municipality of Kelsey, and the Opaskwayak Cree Nation.
www.tuttinsieme.it /tutti/tut/norame/canada/manitoba/regions.htm   (275 words)

 Regional Health Authority - Central Manitoba Inc.
It expands from Lake Manitoba in the North to the International border in the South with the Trans Canada Highway crossing it horizontally.
The population age distribution of Central Region is representative of Manitoba as a whole, with similar proportions of Treaty First Nation residents.
There is an equivalent ratio of male and female residents in the Region; however, the age distribution curve demonstrates a greater number of older females than males.
www.rha-central.mb.ca /en/ourregion   (341 words)

 NPWRC :: Avian Use of Forest Habitats in the Pembina Hills of Northeastern North Dakota   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
During 1981 we studied the avifauna of the upper valley of the Pembina River in the Pembina Hills.
The Pembina Hills in Cavalier and Pembina counties represent a unique forest community because it is one of only two major deciduous forest ecosystems in the State.
The Pembina Escarpment which forms the boundary of the Drift Plain and Red River Valley is the dominant physiographic feature of the region.
www.npwrc.usgs.gov /resource/birds/pemhill   (7889 words)

 NDGS - North Dakota Notes #15   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The tree-covered, grassy, or farmed slopes around the flanks of the Killdeer Mountains are underlain primarily by the Golden Valley Formation, a Paleocene to Eocene age rock unit.
They cover an area of about a thousand square miles, half in North Dakota, half in Manitoba and this, along with river bottom land and the forested Pembina Hills area to the east, is one of the few wooded areas in the region.
As sediment was eroded away, new hills and valleys were shaped and, gradually, as the sediments surrounding the Turtle Mountains were carried away to Hudson Bay, a large mesa was left standing where the Turtle Mountains are today.
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 Manitoba - MSN Encarta
Introduction; Physical Geography; Economic Activities; The People of Manitoba; Education and Cultural Life; Recreation and Places to Visit; Government and Politics; History
Manitoba is the easternmost of Canada’s three Prairie provinces, the others being Alberta and Saskatchewan.
For centuries the fur trade was the dominant economic activity in the region known as Rupert’s Land—a vast area surrounding Hudson Bay that encompassed present-day Manitoba.
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 Manitoba Genealogy Records Online
Manitoba as I saw it : from 1869 to date : with flash-lights on the first Riel Rebellion (Ancestry.ca - requires payment) : Searchable online edition of this book by John H. O'Donnell published c1909.
Lisgar District, Manitoba 1891 Census: SD Woodlands & St Paul (Ancestry.ca - requires payment) : This database has over 1600 entries of residents in the census sub-districts of Woodlands (Q) and St. Paul (S) in the census district of Lisgar (#6) in 1891.
Manitoba Free Press (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) (Ancestry.ca - requires payment) : The Manitoba Free Press newspaper was located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
www.genealogysearch.org /canada/manitoba.html   (2333 words)

 Local Wonders Winkler Manitoba Map
Located on the western edge of the Red River Valley, the Town of Winkler is approximately 120 kilometres south west of Winnipeg.
Morden is one of the larger centres in south central Manitoba.
The Manitoba prairies around Altona were first settled in the early 1870's by German speaking Mennonites from the Ukraine.
www.localwonders.com /LocalWonders/MB/Areas/Winkler.htm   (5102 words)

When the glacier was further south it would drain out into the Minnesota River Valley and when the glacier was in a more northern location, it would drain into the Great Lakes.
As ice blocks broke, the drainage path was changed and the lakes outlet was in the north.
The flat prairie landscape of the Red River Valley is conducive to broad, slow-moving floods that form periodically from snow melt in the spring.
www.prairiepublic.org /features/riverwatch/topography/index.html   (323 words)

 ARCHERS DIRECT HOLIDAYS & TRAVEL - Coach Tours, Coach Holidays, Escorted Touring, Cruises, Breaks & Resorts
GEOGRAPHY: Manitoba is bordered by the US states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south, Saskatchewan to the west, Ontario to the east, and the Northwest Territories and Nunavut to the north.
The landscape is diverse, ranging from rolling farmland to sandy beaches on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, and from the desert landscape of the south to northern parkland covered by lakes, forests and sub-Arctic tundra.
Most of Manitoba’s population can be found in the southern regions of the province, although Churchill, at its most northern border, remains one of Manitoba’s more popular tourist attractions.
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 Walhalla Attractions Page
The Pembina Gorge extends from the Canadian border to just northwest of Walhalla, encompassing most of the largest uninterrupted block of woodlands in North Dakota, approximately 12,500 acres and the longest segment of unaltered river valley in the state.
The Pembina Gorge is home to the most extensive oak woodland in the state, the most extensive wetland thickets and notable avifauna density, the greatest development of birch woodlands, the least locally disturbed river system, the largest collective area and greatest association number of upland shrub lands.
When one thinks of the flat, open lands of the region, these hilly and mountainous areas are breathtaking in the winter season, with warming houses stationed along the trail system.
www.tradecorridor.com /walhalla/attractions.htm   (1427 words)

 Neche News
Scenic areas in the Pembina Gorge region of northeastern North Dakota are for sale, with a total of 1,680 acres of land in 18 tracts offered in two auctions.
In North Dakota's Pembina County, more than 300 square kilometres of farmland were covered by water for up to five weeks this spring and area farmers point to a road dike along the U.S.-Canadian border they...
John Hoeven says flooding in the northern Red River Valley is being aggravated by a dike on the Manitoba side of the border.
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 North Dakota Historical Overview: Geography and Climate (Northern Great Plains)
The lowest point in North Dakota is 792 feet above sea level at Pembina in the extreme northeast corner, and the highest elevation is 3,506 feet above sea level at White Butte in the southwest portion of the state.
The valley is part of the bed of an ancient glacial lake, Lake Agassiz.
The geographic center of North America is located in this region near the town of Rugby, in the north central portion of the state, which is approximately 1,500 from the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Arctic Ocean.
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The Boundary Trail Heritage Region is a narrow strip of southern Manitoba that extends from the Red River to the Saskatchewan border and encompasses all the municipalities adjacent to the U.S. border.
The glorious history of this region stretches back to the prehistoric ocean of the Cretaceous era to the Mound Builders who came following the retreat of the glaciers of the last Ice Age and left their burial and ceremonial mounds throughout the area to mark their passage.
These included various Indian trails, the famed Missouri Trail, the Post Road of the early Mennonite settlers, the Pembina to Fort Garry Trail, the St. Joe Trail, the St. Louis Fur Trail, the Yellowquill Trail, the Boiler Trail, and eventually the Boundary Commission/N.W.M.P. Trail that has become the backbone of the Boundary Trail Heritage Region.
www.pembinavalleytourism.com /info/places/boundary_trail.htm   (452 words)

 Cyndi's List - Canada - Manitoba
For anyone with a genealogical interest in the Pembina Valley Region of Manitoba, Canada.
As it happens, almost all of the people were arriving from various midwestern US states, and on their way to several places in Saskatchewan.
Database of grants issued in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the railway belt of British Columbia, c.
www.cyndislist.com /manitoba.htm   (2348 words)

 Pembina Paintball - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This is a 5 Man event with the possibility of AM being 7-man. There will be 3 Divisions this year for the CPPL.
Recently Blunt Object Pembina Paintballs sponsored team attended the Canadian National Speedball Championships in Calgary, Alberta.
I have never seen you play so hard and we at Pembina Paintball are proud of You.Thanks Splatters for your support and use of equiptment.
www.pembinapaintball.ca   (190 words)

 Heartland Gas
HGI is a joint municipal project to bring natural gas service to an area of southern Manitoba, Canada.
The project is supported by some 16 local governments in the area.
The Heartland Gas Initiative Committee, at its October 2004 meeting, voted to place the project "on hold" for the next year owing to a number of economic issues impacting on the HGI region.
www.heartlandgas.ca   (88 words)

 KOA: Red Coat Trail - Manitoba
From east to west, level plains of the Red River Valley meet the uplands and wandering channel of the Pembina River.
Dominant then as now, the Turtle Mountains were described by the adventurous explorer La Verendrye as "the blue jewel of the prairies." The original Red Coat Trail begins in the south-central Pembina Valley Tourist Region and piggybacks the Boundary Commission Trail.
The 2,339-acre botanical garden and park is located on the border of North Dakota and Manitoba.
www.koa.com /vacationideas/redcoat/manitoba.htm   (458 words)

 Pembina News
A battle is brewing between the RM of Rhineland and the County of Pembina after county officials refused to pay what Rhineland says is their share of an emergency repair job.
F-S-A offices in Walsh and Pembina counties have submitted information on crops they believe will have more than 30-percent loss because of the dry weather and lack of rain this spring and summer.
Three men were injured after two vehicles collided at a rural Pembina County intersection this morning.
www.topix.net /city/pembina-nd   (625 words)

 CBC - Manitoba Votes 2003
The riding is located in the Parklands region in southwest Manitoba, which runs west to the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border.
The average family income in 1999 was $42,166 with an unemployment rate of seven per cent.
Dauphin-Roblin also has the highest percentage of seniors, over the age of 65, in Manitoba (23%).
www.cbc.ca /manitobavotes2003/riding/009   (272 words)

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