Winnipeg Capital Region
The Winnipeg Capital Region is a metropolitan area located in the Red River Valley in the south central portion of the province of Manitoba, Canada. It contains the provincial capital of Winnipeg and its surrounding rural municipalities, cities, and towns. It was created to co-ordinate land use policy and economic development between the City of Winnipeg and the surrounding municipalities. It is the most densely populated and economically important area of Manitoba.
Officially, the Winnipeg Capital Region comprises the following cities, towns and RMs. Their total population as of the 2011 census was 767,380 and their total land area is 7,784.63 km² (3,005.66 sq mi):
However, there are some municipalities that are geographically entirely or largely within its territory that are not officially part of the Capital Region. These include the towns of Niverville and Teulon, the villages of Dunnottar and Garson, and the Indian reserve of Brokenhead 4.
- East St. Paul
- St. Clements
- St. François Xavier
- West St. Paul
St. François Xavier
West St. Paul
East St. Paul
- Government of Manitoba Community profiles: