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Town's Grain Elevator.
For the surname, see Hartney (surname).

Hartney, established as a Town in 1882 in the Rural Municipality of Cameron along the Souris River, is a small Town in the South-Western portion of the Canadian province of Manitoba, population 415 (2011 census). It is named after James Hartney.

The Hollywood film The Lookout featuring Jeff Daniels and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and the film The Stone Angel featuring Ellen Burstyn, were filmed in Hartney in 2006; taking advantage of such buildings as the town's grain elevator and museum.

The mayor of Hartney is Lori Taylor, the local Member of Legislative Assembly is Doyle Piwniuk and the Member of Parliament for the area is Brandon—Souris MP Larry Maguire.

Hartney residents may only own two pets.

Garbage recycling is mandatory and recyclables are not picked up.


  • Area: 2.45 km²
  • Latitude: 49° 29
  • Longitude: -100° 31'
  • Area Code: +1-204
  • Postal Code: R0M 0X0

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Coordinates: 49°28′51″N 100°31′21″W / 49.48083°N 100.52250°W / 49.48083; -100.52250