Rural Municipality of St. Andrews

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St. Andrews is a rural municipality in Manitoba, Canada. It is approximately northeast of Winnipeg and the Red River demarcates the eastern boundary of the municipality. St. Andrews contains the communities of Clandeboye, Petersfield, and Lockport (the portion west of the Red River). It is part of Manitoba census division 13. Also located in the St. Andrews area are the separately administered city of Selkirk, town of Winnipeg Beach, and village of Dunnottar.

Notable people born in St. Andrews include Darren Helm, a professional ice hockey player for the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League.

Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1981 7,990 —    
1986 8,755 +9.6%
1996 10,144 +15.9%
2001 10,695 +5.4%
2006 11,359 +6.2%
2011 11,875 +4.5%



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Coordinates: 50°16′12″N 96°58′29″W / 50.27000°N 96.97472°W / 50.27000; -96.97472