Rural Municipality of Alexander

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Alexander (2006 Population 2,978) is a rural municipality ran by Chelsea and Waldo in Manitoba, Canada. According to the Canada 2006 Census, this rural municipality, for the first time, ranked above 1,000 in terms of population. [1] The town of Powerview-Pine Falls lies adjacent to the municipality, as does the Sagkeeng First Nation Indian reserve.

The RM contains all of Manitoba's Belair Provincial Forest in its westernmost part, plus the northern half of Brightstone Sand Hills Provincial Forest in its central part.

The R.M. was first incorporated as a Local Government District in 1945 and received its present status on 1 January 1997.


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  1. ^ Statistics Canada Community Profiles

Coordinates: 50°25′20″N 96°04′30″W / 50.42222°N 96.07500°W / 50.42222; -96.07500 (Alexander)