Eastman Region

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Location of the Eastman Region in Manitoba

The Eastman Region--also known as Division No. 1-- is located in the south-eastern corner of the Canadian province of Manitoba. It is bounded on the north by the Winnipeg River and Lake Winnipeg, on the east by the Manitoba-Ontario border, on the south by the Canada–US border and on the west by the Red River. It is bordered on the north by the Northern Region, on the east by Northwestern Ontario on the south by the state of Minnesota, on the west by the Pembina Valley Region and the Interlake Region.

The city of Steinbach is the largest population centre in the region. The Trans-Canada Highway runs through the middle of the Eastman Region. The region comprises Manitoba Census Divisions No. 1, No. 2, and No. 12, which had a total population of 104,535 at the 2011 census. The total land area is 21,137.02 km² (8,161.05 sq mi).

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Coordinates: 49°53′N 96°15′W / 49.883°N 96.250°W / 49.883; -96.250