Rural Municipality of Rosser

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Dorsey Converter Station near Rosser, Manitoba. Dorsey is the terminus of Nelson River Bipoles 1 and 2 - August, 2005

Rosser, Manitoba is a rural municipality lying adjacent to the northwest side of Winnipeg. It is part of the Winnipeg Capital Region. Its population as of the 2001 census was 1,412.

Near Rosser there is the Dorsey Converter Station and the large static inverter plant for the Nelson River Bipole HVDC power transmission scheme. CentrePort Canada[1] will also lie primarily within Rosser.

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Gazetteer of Canada - Manitoba, 4th Edition, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa 1994 ISBN 0-660-58994-X

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Coordinates: 49°59′24″N 97°27′33″W / 49.99000°N 97.45917°W / 49.99000; -97.45917