Parkland is the name given to a region in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It is located in the western part of the province, between Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipegosis on the east and the Manitoba – Saskatchewan border on the west. The region comprises three of Statistics Canada's census divisions of Canada. Manitoba Census Divisions No. 16, No. 17, and No. 20, which together have a land area of 28,209.93 km² (10,891.91 sq mi) and a population of 42,088 (2011 census) are contained within the region. The largest population centre is the city of Dauphin, and the second largest is the town of Swan River. In addition, Riding Mountain National Park and Duck Mountain Provincial Park are both located in the region. Manitoba's highest point, Baldy Mountain, is also located here.
- Gilbert Plains
- Ste. Rose du Lac
- Swan River
- Community Profile: Census Division No. 16, Manitoba; Statistics Canada
- Community Profile: Census Division No. 17, Manitoba; Statistics Canada
- Community Profile: Census Division No. 20, Manitoba; Statistics Canada
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