List of local urban districts in Manitoba

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A local urban district is a type of unincorporated community within the Canadian province of Manitoba. According to The Municipal Act, a local urban district is a locality wholly within a rural municipality that "has at least 250 residents and a population density of at least 400 residents per square kilometre or such other density as the minister may in a specific case consider sufficient for the type and level of services to be provided in the local urban district".[1] The Local Urban Districts Regulation designates 65 unincorporated communities in Manitoba as local urban districts.[2]

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Name[2] Rural municipality[2] Population
(2016)[3]
Population
(2006)[3]
Change
(%)[3]
Land
area
(km²)[3]
Population
density
(per km2)[3]
Alexander Whitehead 334 340 −1.8 1.37 244.2
Alonsa Alonsa
Altamont Lorne
Amaranth Alonsa
Angusville Riding Mountain West
Ashern West Interlake 565 609 −7.2 3.07 184
Austin North Norfolk 422 403 4.7 1.9 222.1
Baldur Argyle 320 337 −5 2.21 144.9
Belmont Prairie Lakes
Benito Swan Valley West 370 377 −1.9 0.86 429.9
Birch River Mountain 198 235 −15.7 1.87 105.6
Blumenort Hanover 1,675 1,404 19.3 3.18 526.3
Clearwater Louise
Cranberry Portage Kelsey 771 630 22.4 8.89 86.7
Crystal City Louise 389 384 1.3 2.8 138.9
Cypress River Victoria
Darlingford Pembina
Elgin Grassland
Elie Cartier 696 562 23.8 8 87
Elkhorn Wallace – Woodworth 479 471 1.7 2.8 171.1
Elm Creek Grey 339 336 0.9 2.69 126.2
Emerson Emerson – Franklin 678 661 2.6 8.57 79.1
Fisher Branch Fisher 452 460 −1.7 2.05 220.8
Grunthal Hanover 1,680 1,640 2.4 2.83 593.7
Haywood Grey
Holland Victoria 712 353 101.7 2.71 262.7
Inglis Riding Mountain West
Kelwood Rosedale
Kenton Wallace – Woodworth
La Broquerie La Broquerie 1,401 1,073 30.6 8.05 174.1
La Riviere Pembina 208 174 19.5 3.06 68
Landmark Taché 1,292 1,326 −2.6 2.98 433.4
Lorette Taché 3,208 2,580 24.3 4.68 685
Lundar Coldwell 462 496 −6.9 1.04 446.2
Mafeking Mountain
Mariapolis Lorne
Mather Cartwright – Roblin
Miami Thompson 434 435 −0.2 1.2 362.2
Minto Grassland
Mitchell Hanover 2,279 1,656 37.6 3.23 704.7
Newdale Harrison Park
Ninette Prairie Lakes 221 224 −1.3 1.92 115.4
Ninga Killarney-Turtle Mountain
Notre Dame de Lourdes Lorne 744 683 8.9 2.58 288.2
Oak River Oakview
Ochre River Lakeshore
Pierson Two Borders 190 209 −9.1 1.94 97.8
Pilot Mound Louise 627 635 −1.3 2.65 236.8
Pine River Mountain
Plumas WestLake – Gladstone 243 227 7 0.97 251.4
Rapid City Oakview 478 417 14.6 5.29 90.3
Reston Pipestone 569 550 3.5 5.34 106.6
Richer Ste. Anne 582 504 15.5 5.36 108.5
Rosenfeld Rhineland 338 348 −2.9 2.72 124.1
Rosenort Morris 701 572 22.6 10.73 65.4
Sandy Lake Harrison Park 264 261 1.1 2.06 127.9
Somerset Lorne 437 439 −0.5 2.45 178.2
St. Claude Grey 603 590 2.2 1.81 333.9
St. Jean Baptiste Montcalm 563 552 2 2.12 265.6
St. Leon Lorne
St. Malo De Salaberry 1,227 1,148 6.9 7.34 167.1
Swan Lake Lorne 255 259 −1.5 0.72 353.8
Tyndall-Garson Brokenhead 1,582 1,313 20.5 3.15 502.2
Vita Stuartburn 479 415 15.4 3.05 156.8
Warren Woodlands 818 798 2.5 5.38 152

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  1. ^ "The Municipal Act (C.C.S.M. c. M225), Division 3 – Local Urban Districts: Formation, Fundamental Changes and Dissolution". Government of Manitoba. April 22, 2016. Retrieved April 24, 2016.
  2. ^ a b c "Local Urban Districts Regulation". Government of Manitoba. April 10, 2021. Retrieved April 10, 2021.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and designated places, 2016 and 2011 censuses – 100% data (Manitoba)". Statistics Canada. February 7, 2018. Retrieved April 10, 2021.