Rural Municipality of South Norfolk

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South Norfolk is a rural municipality located in the Central Plains Region of Manitoba, Canada. It had a population of 1,170 according to the Canada 2006 Census. It is home to the separately administered Franco-Manitoban village of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes (on its southern border with the Rural Municipality of Lorne) and it surrounds the separately administered Town of Treherne (in its western part). Part of the Long Plain First Nation Indian reserve lies within its northeast corner.

The Norfolk R.M., a name of English origin, was incorporated in 1879 and divided into South and North Norfolk in 1882.

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  • Geographic Names of Manitoba (pg. 258) - the Millennium Bureau of Canada

Coordinates: 49°39′55″N 98°35′48″W / 49.66528°N 98.59667°W / 49.66528; -98.59667