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 68 unincorporated communities in Manitoba as local urban districts.[2]

List[edit]

Name[2] Rural municipality[2] Population
(2011)[3][4][5]
Population
(2006)[3][4][5]
Change
(%)[3][4][5]
Land
area
(km²)[3][4][5]
Population
density
(per km2)[3][4][5]
Alexander Whitehead 340 306 11.1 1.36 250.2
Alonsa Alonsa
Altamont Lorne
Amaranth Alonsa
Angusville Riding Mountain West
Ashern West Interlake 609 639 −4.7 3.07 198.6
Austin North Norfolk 403 378 6.6 1.9 212.5
Baldur Argyle 337 346 −2.6 2.23 151
Belmont Prairie Lakes
Birch River Mountain 235 335 −29.9 1.86 126.1
Blumenort Hanover 1,404[a] 924 51.9 3.2 438.8
Clearwater Louise
Cranberry Portage Kelsey 572 659 −13.2 8.31 68.8
Crystal City Louise 384 400 −4 2.84 135.1
Cypress River Victoria
Darlingford Pembina
Elgin Grassland
Elie Cartier 562 507 10.8 8 70.3
Elkhorn Wallace – Woodworth 471 461 2.2 2.73 172.6
Elm Creek Grey 336 328 2.4 2.57 130.6
Elphinstone Yellowhead
Emerson Emerson – Franklin 671 689 −2.6 22.28 30.1
Fisher Branch Fisher 460 428 7.5 1.75 262.6
Grunthal Hanover 1,640[b] 1,176 39.5 2.83 579.5
Haywood Grey
Holland Victoria 353 352 0.3 2.81 125.4
Inglis Riding Mountain West
Kelwood Rosedale
Kenton Wallace – Woodworth
La Broquerie La Broquerie 1,073 753 42.5 7.92 135.5
La Riviere Pembina 174 303 −42.6 2.73 63.7
Landmark Taché 1,326 1,288 3 2.88 461.1
Lorette Taché 2,580[c] 2,057 25.4 4.59 562.1
Lundar Coldwell 496 515 −3.7 1.04 479
Mafeking Mountain
Mariapolis Lorne
Mather Cartwright – Roblin
Miami Thompson 435 351 23.9 1.24 350.6
Miniota Prairie View
Minto Grassland
Mitchell Hanover 1,656[d] 1,492 11 3.26 508
Newdale Harrison Park
Ninette Prairie Lakes 224 262 −14.5 1.82 123.3
Ninga Killarney-Turtle Mountain
Notre Dame de Lourdes Lorne 683 589 16 2.58 264.5
Oak River Oakview
Oakville Portage la Prairie 459 476 −3.6 2.71 169.6
Ochre River Lakeshore
Pierson Two Borders 209 217 −3.7 2.15 97.4
Pilot Mound Louise 635 630 0.8 2.7 235.5
Pine River Mountain
Plumas WestLake – Gladstone 227 213 6.6 0.74 306.8
Rapid City Oakview 417 416 0.2 5.38 77.5
Reston Pipestone 550 428 28.5 5.31 103.7
Richer Ste. Anne 504 642 −21.5 5.38 93.7
Rosenfeld Rhineland 348 340 2.4 2.74 127.1
Rosenort Morris 572 501 14.2 11.3 50.6
Sandy Lake Harrison Park 261 303 −13.9 2.03 128.7
Somerset Lorne 439 432 1.6 2.45 179
St. Claude Grey 590 588 0.3 1.8 328.1
St. Jean Baptiste Montcalm 552 545 1.3 2.04 270.3
St. Lazare Ellice – Archie 254 265 −4.2 2.91 87.3
St. Leon Lorne
St. Malo De Salaberry 1,148 1,284 −10.6 7.43 154.5
Swan Lake Lorne 259 262 −1.1 0.76 340.5
Tyndall-Garson Brokenhead 1,313[e] 1,058 24.1 3.21 409
Vita Stuartburn 415 562 −26.2 3.05 135.9
Warren Woodlands 798 754 5.8 5.38 148.3

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Population count for Blumenort (1,404) derived from combining the 2011 census population counts for the adjacent Blumenort designated place (271) and Blumenort population centre (1,133).[3][4]
  2. ^ Population count for Grunthal (1,640) derived from combining the 2011 census population counts for the adjacent Grunthal designated place (161) and Grunthal population centre (1,479).[3][4]
  3. ^ Population count for Lorette (2,580) derived from combining the 2011 census population counts for the adjacent Lorette designated place (219) and Lorette population centre (2,361).[3][4]
  4. ^ Population count for Mitchell (1,656) derived from combining the 2011 census population counts for the adjacent Mitchell designated place (520) and Mitchell population centre (1,136).[3][4]
  5. ^ Population count for Tyndall-Garson (1,313) derived from combining the 2011 census population counts for the adjacent Tyndall designated place (830) and Garson designated place (483).[3]

References[edit]

  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 23, 2016. Retrieved April 23, 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and designated places, 2011 and 2006 censuses (Manitoba)". Statistics Canada. January 7, 2016. Retrieved April 25, 2016.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and population centres, 2011 and 2006 censuses (Manitoba)". Statistics Canada. January 7, 2016. Retrieved April 25, 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses (Manitoba)". Statistics Canada. January 7, 2016. Retrieved April 25, 2016.