|Region||Winnipeg Capital Region|
|• Mayor||Bert Campbell|
|• Land||3.23 km2 (1.25 sq mi)|
|• Density||372.3/km2 (964/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CST (UTC-6)|
|• Summer (DST)||CDT (UTC-5)|
|Postal Code||R0C 3B0|
Teulon is a town located approximately 59 kilometers north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on Provincial Trunk Highway 7. Located between Stonewall and Gimli, Teulon is commonly referred to as "The Gateway to the Interlake". Teulon is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Rockwood.
Teulon was founded in 1919, as a settlement for immigrant farmers, by Charles C. Castle, and was affectionately named after his wife's maiden name of "Teulon". Teulon soon became a village, and then became a town in 1997. Its current population in 2016 stands at 1,201.
Teulon is situated in the South Interlake school division [no.21] and is served by two schools:
- Teulon Elementary School teaches kindergarten to grade 6 students
- Teulon Collegiate Institute teaches grade 7 to grade 12
Teulon is represented by a Head of Council (Mayor), a Deputy Mayor, and 3 councillors. The current incumbents of the positions are:
- Bert Campbell - Mayor
- Jim Dola - Councillor
- Danny Hutchinson - Councillor
- Cherise Griffin - Councillor
- Michael Ledarney - Councillor, Deputy Mayor
Teulon's features include the Teulon Golf & Country Club, Green Acres Park & Campground, Teulon Curling Club, Teulon Rockwood Arena, Teulon Rockwood Centennial Centre, South Interlake Regional Library, and the Teulon and District Museum.
A two-room motel and the Teulon Motor Hotel & Bar are available for visitors.
Teulon has been known for its Truck & Tractor Pull, along with the Demolition Derby, at the rodeo grounds contained within Green Acres Park. The contest brings out competitors from all over the county.
Teulon Rodeo is also held at the end of August every year, featuring a full heartland rodeo schedule, chariot races, and other attractions.
A short drive to Stonewall's "Quarry Days," Winnipeg Beach's "Boardwalk Days," and Gimli's "Icelandic Festival," visitors of Teulon are able to take in many stops of the Manitoba traveling carnival "Wonder Shows", as well as the local version known as "Teulon Dayz".
Also nearby are Kinsmen Lake, Lake Winnipeg, and Norris Lake.
Annually, the Town of Teulon holds a Santa Claus parade started by Gloria Joy Anderson, most often followed by a bonspiel. Volunteers create floats, decorating their vehicles and tractors, and toss candy to guests.
Local newspapers of Teulon include the Stonewall Teulon Tribune, the Stonewall Argus & Teulon Times and the Interlake Spectator.
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