Division No. 18, Manitoba

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Census Division No. 18 North Interlake is part of the Interlake Region of the province of Manitoba, Canada. The economy of the region is based on agriculture, livestock and manufacturing. The population of the area as of the 2006 census was 23,861. The division contains all of the south basin of Lake Manitoba, and borders the west shore of the north basin (which is part of Division No. 19). It also contains Hecla-Grindstone Provincial Park at its northeast corner. Also included in the division are the main reserves of the Lake Manitoba First Nation (Dog Creek 46), the Little Saskatchewan First Nation, and the Pinaymootang First Nation (Fairford 50).


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Community Profile: Census Division No. 18, Manitoba; Statistics Canada

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Coordinates: 51°02′N 97°34′W / 51.033°N 97.567°W / 51.033; -97.567