List of designated places in Manitoba

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A designated place is a type of geographic unit used by Statistics Canada to disseminate census data.[1] It is usually a small community that does not meet the criteria used to define incorporated municipalities or Statistics Canada population centres (areas with a population of at least 1,000 and no fewer than 400 persons per square kilometre).[2] Designated places are created by provinces and territories, in cooperation with Statistics Canada, to provide data for submunicipal areas.[2]

As of the 2011 Census of Canada, Manitoba had 97 designated places.[3] Manitoba’s largest designated place is La Salle with a population of 1,957.[4]

List[edit]

The following is a list of designated places in Manitoba.

Name [4] Type [4] Population
(2011) [4]
Population
(2006) [4]
Area
(km2[4]
Aghaming Northern community 15 15 1.46
Alexander Local urban district 340 306 1.36
Ashern Local urban district 609 639 3.07
Austin Local urban district 403 378 1.9
Baden Northern community 15 15 0.66
Baldur Local urban district 337 346 2.23
Barrows Northern community 109[5] 106 2.69
Berens River Northern community 111[5] 153 2.81
Birch River Local urban district 235 335 1.86
Bissett Northern community 130 120 17.43
Blumenort Local urban district 271 90 1.56
Brochet Northern community 146[5] 156 2.95
Camperville Northern community 547 507 9.98
Cormorant Northern community 346[5] 334 13.79
Cranberry Portage (Kelsey) Local urban district 572 659 8.31
Crane River Northern community 130 128 27.99
Cross Lake Northern community 388[5] 406 15.54
Dallas/Red Rose Northern community 45 45 317.1
Dauphin River Northern community 27[5] 25 1.1
Dawson Bay Northern community 31 38 3.45
Dominion City Unincorporated urban centre 360 361 2.97
Duck Bay Northern community 408[5] 447 10.83
Dugald Unincorporated urban centre 386 422 2.99
Easterville Northern community 71[5] 80 13.67
Elie Local urban district 562 507 8
Elm Creek Local urban district 336 328 2.57
Falcon Lake Unincorporated urban centre 277 390 22.86
Fisher Bay Northern community 35 45 58.18
Fisher Branch Local urban district 460 428 1.75
Garson (Tyndall-Garson) Local urban district 483 324 0.99
Gods Lake Narrows Northern community 85 88 1.49
Grand Marais/Grand Beach Unincorporated urban centre 252 365 2.59
Grunthal Local urban district 161 87 1.11
Harwill Northern community 28 22 259.03
Herb Lake Landing Northern community 21[5] 44 7.6
Holland Local urban district 353 352 2.81
Homebrook Northern community 44 56 355.67
Iles des Chenes Unincorporated urban centre 1,253 1,208 2.03
Island Lake Northern community 62[5] 59 1.99
La Broquerie Local urban district 1,073 753 7.92
Landmark Local urban district 1,326 1,288 2.88
La Rivière Local urban district 174 303 2.73
La Salle Unincorporated urban centre 1,957 1,450 7.11
Laurier Local urban district 177 206 5.54
Little Grand Rapids Northern community 10[5] 5 2.4
Lockport part A Unincorporated urban centre 508 426 2.4
Lockport part B Unincorporated urban centre 246 100 0.42
Loon Straits Northern community 5 16 1.49
Lorette Local urban district 219 209 1.43
Lundar Local urban district 496 515 1.04
Mallard Northern community 134 120 11.02
Manigotogan Northern community 213 191 37.29
Matheson Island Northern community 103 117 16.27
Meadow Portage Northern community 69 70 116.09
Miami Local urban district 435 351 1.24
Mitchell Local urban district 520 208 1.95
Moose Lake Northern community 112[5] 76 11.85
National Mills Northern community 5[5] 0 3.98
Nelson House Northern community 75[5] 86 6.35
Ninette Local urban district 224 262 1.82
Norway House Northern community 308 497 110.15
Oakville Local urban district 459 476 2.71
Pelican Rapids Northern community 78[5] 127 3.16
Pierson Local urban district 209 217 2.15
Pikwitonei Northern community 98[5] 91 9.55
Pine Dock Northern community 50 83 9.74
Pine Falls (Powerview-Pine Falls) Dissolved municipality 635 818 2.51
Plumas Local urban district 227 213 0.74
Powell Northern community 15 20 1.19
Powerview (Powerview-Pine Falls) Dissolved municipality 679 476 2.55
Princess Harbour Northern community 10 10 3.8
Red Deer Lake Northern community 36 25 6.46
Red Sucker Lake Northern community 23[5] 24 0.76
Reston Local urban district 550 428 5.31
Richer Local urban district 504 642 5.38
Rock Ridge Northern community 82 79 1.67
Rosenfeld Local urban district 348 340 2.74
Rosenort Local urban district 572 501 11.3
Salt Point Northern community 5 5 43.13
Sandy Lake Local urban district 261 303 2.03
Sanford Unincorporated urban centre 852 853 6.29
Seymourville Northern community 118 132 22.38
Sherridon Northern community 80 98 19.58
Spence Lake Northern community 46 54 30.24
Starbuck Unincorporated urban centre 328 284 1.28
Ste. Agathe Unincorporated urban centre 614 434 3.85
St. Francois Xavier Unincorporated urban centre 574 627 3.37
St. Jean Baptiste Local urban district 552 545 2.04
St. Malo Local urban district 1,148 1,284 7.43
Swan Lake Local urban district 259 262 0.76
Thicket Portage Northern community 148[5] 156 7.15
Tyndall (Tyndall-Garson) Local urban district 830 734 2.23
Vita Local urban district 415 562 3.05
Wabowden Northern community 550 498 31.78
Warren Local urban district 798 754 5.38
Waterhen Northern community 169 163 153.39
Whitemouth Unincorporated urban centre 317 357 3.46

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "2006 Census Dictionary, Figure 20: Hierarchy of standard geographic units for dissemination, 2006 Census". Statistics Canada. 2009-11-20. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  2. ^ a b "Census Dictionary: Designated place (DPL)". Statistics Canada. 2012-01-31. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  3. ^ "Census Dictionary: Table 1 – Geographic units by province and territory, 2011 Census". Statistics Canada. 2012-01-30. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and designated places, 2011 and 2006 censuses (Manitoba)". Statistics Canada. 2012-02-08. Retrieved 2012-02-19. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Corrections and updates: Population and dwelling count amendments, 2011 Census". Statistics Canada. February 14, 2013. Retrieved February 16, 2013.