Holland, Manitoba

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Village of Holland
Emmanuel Anglican Church.
Emmanuel Anglican Church.
Holland is located in Manitoba
Location of Steinbach in Manitoba
Coordinates: 49°35′40″N 98°52′52″W / 49.59444°N 98.88111°W / 49.59444; -98.88111Coordinates: 49°35′40″N 98°52′52″W / 49.59444°N 98.88111°W / 49.59444; -98.88111
Country Canada
Province Manitoba
Rural Municipality Victoria
Established 1878
 • MP (Portage—Lisgar) Candice Bergen (CPC)
 • MLA (Midland) Blaine Pedersen
 • Total 25.59 km2 (9.88 sq mi)
Elevation 380 m (1,250 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 353[1]
 • Density 125.4/km2 (325/sq mi)
Time zone CST (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
Postal code span Rxx
Area code(s) 204
Demonym Hollander

Holland, Manitoba is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district[2] in the Rural Municipality of Victoria, in Manitoba.

It is located at the junction of Highway 2 and Highway 34, along the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks.

It lies south of the Assiniboine River, at an elevation of 380 metres (1,250 ft). Spruce Woods Provincial Park is located north-west of the community.

Community facilities include an elementary school, a public library, fire department, a supermarket, a convenience store, a hardware, a post office and a medical clinic. A skating arena and curling rink are open during the winter months only. A farm machinery dealership lies opposite the town across Highway 2.

Residents of Holland are known as "Hollanders". Holland is the administrative centre of the surrounding municipality of Victoria and home to the LaSalle Redboine Conservation District and the Tiger Hills Arts Association.

Our Lady of the Prairies and Oka Cheese[edit]

A nearby Trappist monastery, Our Lady of the Prairies, makes the famous Oka cheese.[3]


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