Minto, Manitoba

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Minto, Manitoba is a small community located in the Rural Municipality of Whitewater.

A railway point for the Canadian National railway and Post Office was located here. It was named in 1899 for Sir Gilbert Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto. He was the Governor General of Canada at the time.


Coordinates: 49°24′27″N 100°01′16″W / 49.40750°N 100.02111°W / 49.40750; -100.02111