Selkirk, Manitoba

What is Selkirk, Manitoba known for?


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-1980s, Highway 4 was extended to connect PTH 59 (Manitoba Highway 59) to serve the needs of those travelling to and from Grand Beach (Grand Beach, Manitoba). In the mid-1990s, Highway 4 between Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba) and Winnipeg was renumbered PTH 9 (Manitoba Highway 9), and an old section of Highway 9 (Manitoba Highway 9) was renumbered PTH 8 (Manitoba Highway 8) and PR 230 (Manitoba Provincial Road 230). The only remaining portion is between Manitoba Highway 9 PTH 9

, Portage la Prairie, Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba), Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba), and Winkler (Winkler, Manitoba), and $173,811 to Northern Communities.230&langdir E Manitoba Lotteries Corporation - VLT Revenue The remainder of the net income is given to the Government of Manitoba that provide health care, education, community and social services and economic development


site history

square mile (530,000 km 2 ) area purchased by the Earl of Selkirk from the Hudson's Bay Company. City of selkirk Web site - History retrieved August 4, 2008 The first settlers of the Red River Colony arrived in 1813. Although the settlers negotiated a treaty with the Salteaux Indians of the area, the commercial rivalry between the Hudson's Bay Company


largest population

(the City of Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba)), six towns (Arborg (Arborg, Manitoba), Gimli (Gimli, Manitoba (town)), Riverton (Riverton, Manitoba), Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba), Teulon (Teulon, Manitoba) and Winnipeg Beach) and one village, Dunnottar (Dunnottar, Manitoba). The largest population centre in the region is Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba). The second largest is the town of Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba). The region is divided into three of Statistics Canada's census divisions of Canada: Manitoba Census Divisions No. 13, No. 14, and No. 18, which together had a population of 82,365 as of the 2001 census (Canada 2001 Census). The total land area of the region is 15,837.39 km² (6,114.85 sq mi). Manitoba's '''Interlake''' is the name given to a region in the Canadian province of Manitoba. As the name indicates, it lies roughly between Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba and comprises 14 rural municipalities, one city (the City of Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba)), six towns (Arborg (Arborg, Manitoba), Gimli (Gimli, Manitoba (town)), Riverton (Riverton, Manitoba), Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba), Teulon (Teulon, Manitoba) and Winnipeg Beach) and one village, Dunnottar (Dunnottar, Manitoba). The largest population centre in the region is Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba). The second largest is the town of Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba). The region is divided into three of Statistics Canada's census divisions of Canada: Manitoba Census Divisions No. 13, No. 14, and No. 18, which together had a population of 82,365 as of the 2001 census (Canada 2001 Census). The total land area of the region is 15,837.39 km² (6,114.85 sq mi). '''Selkirk Airport''', -


hockey

date 2009-04-04 accessdate 2009-04-06 Sports Selkirk is home to the Selkirk Steelers of Manitoba Junior Hockey League, who play out of the Selkirk Recreation Complex. Selkirk is also home to the Selkirk Fishermen of the Keystone Junior Hockey League and the Selkirk Rivermen, who play in the SIHL. Selkirk has hosted major events in conjunction with the city of Winnipeg, such as select games of the 2007 Women's World Ice Hockey Championships

. In 2009, Selkirk was host to the Telus Cup (2009 Telus Cup), Canada's national midget hockey championship, with the Winnipeg Thrashers as the host team. The Notre Dame Hounds defeated the Calgary Buffaloes 4–0 in the gold medal game, which was broadcast live from Selkirk on TSN (The Sports Network). Selkirk is also home to the independent Steeltown Pro Wrestling promotion. Geography Selkirk is located in the Interlake Region of Manitoba, located about 22 km northeast

district *Selkirk Water Aerodrome *Selkirk Airport *Red River Trails *Fort Gibraltar fur-trading post destroyed by early Selkirk settlers *Fort Maurepas (Canada) fur trading post built 1734 near the present town People Sports *Terry Ball (Terry Ball (ice hockey)) hockey player *Rich Chernomaz hockey player *Paul Goodman (Paul Goodman (ice hockey)) hockey player *Alfie Michaud hockey player (goaltender) * Andrew Murray (ice hockey) Andrew Murray


radio career

with lower emissions of heavy metals, sulfur dioxide, and carbon dioxide. Most of the riding's population is located in the city of Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba). Other communities in the riding include Belair (Belair, Manitoba) and Grand Marais (Grand Marais, Manitoba), and there is a significant amount of agricultural land in the riding as well. Originally from the small prairie town of Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba), Manitoba, Cross began his radio career with the University of Winnipeg's campus radio station, CKUW (CKUW-FM), in 1980. He subsequently joined radio stations in Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba), Kenora and Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba) before returning to Winnipeg's CHIQ (CHIQ-FM). He then joined CFNY on October 3, 1986 as an overnight announcer. demo-cd demo-csd Springfield (Springfield, Manitoba), St. Andrews (St. Andrews, Manitoba), St. Clements (St. Clements, Manitoba), Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba), Rockwood (Rockwood, Manitoba), Portage la Prairie (Portage la Prairie, Manitoba), Gimli (Gimli, Manitoba), Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba), Brokenhead (Brokenhead, Manitoba), Woodlands (Woodlands, Manitoba) The riding is located generally between Lake Winnipeg and Lake Winnipegosis and includes the northern suburbs of Winnipeg, Manitoba and the town of Selkirk, Manitoba. In addition to Selkirk, the riding includes the communities of St. Andrews (St. Andrews, Manitoba), St. Clements (St. Clements, Manitoba), Rockwood (Rockwood, Manitoba), Woodlands (Woodlands, Manitoba), Brokenhead (Brokenhead, Manitoba), Stonewall (Stonewall, Manitoba) and Bifrost (Bifrost, Manitoba) The town proper was not formed until the early 19th century, settled by the same Quaker immigrants as nearby Newmarket (Newmarket, Ontario) and Aurora (Aurora, Ontario). In 1815, a population of settlers from Selkirk, Manitoba arrived in Holland Landing after a conflict between them and the Métis (Métis people (Canada)). -


MLA

leader_title3 MLA (Legislative Assembly of Manitoba) leader_name3 Gregory Dewar established_title Established established_date June 5, 1882 established_title2 established_date2 established_title3 established_date3 area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes area_total_km2

member of the Manitoba legislature 1988-2003 *Hugh McFadyen, Manitoba politician, MLA *Howard Pawley, MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) Selkirk 1969-1988;Premier of Manitoba 1981-1988 *Sam Uskiw Manitoba politician, born in East Selkirk General *Trevor Boris comedian *Robert Atkinson Davis businessman and politician, supported running the railway through Winnipeg instead of Selkirk *The Farrell Bros. rockabilly (music) group * Kevin Patterson (writer

with 1023 votes. At the time, the riding's MLA was New Democrat (New Democratic Party of Manitoba) Howard Pawley, the provincial Premier. * Residents of the area around the Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba) steam plant attributed various environmental damage to the continued operation of this plant, which at the time was fuelled by coal. Manitoba Hydro has converted this plant to natural gas, which, while a more expensive and faster-depleting energy source than coal, burns


independent big

Tigers hold Allan Cup by margin of one goal work Toronto World date 1919-03-21 accessdate 2010-07-03 page 8 He left Selkirk for a professional career in Calgary in 1920. He played one season with the Calgary Canadians of the independent Big-4 League in 1919–20 then moved to the Calgary Tigers and the new Western Canada Hockey League. Oliver quickly established himself as a star player in the WCHL,


artistic events

Churchill on the Hudson Bay is a popular attraction due to the large polar bear and beluga whale population. The capital city Winnipeg, with a population of near 700,000, offers many cultural and artistic events, museums and year round festivals. Other cities with more than 10,000 people are Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba), Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba), Portage la Prairie, Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba) and Steinbach (Steinbach, Manitoba). *Regina, Saskatchewan – Queen Victoria *Selkirk, Manitoba – Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk *Sherbrooke, Quebec and Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia – John Coape Sherbrooke *PR 319 (Manitoba Provincial Road 319) - PTH 59 to Lake Winnipeg *PR 320 (Manitoba Provincial Road 320) - PTH 9A in Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba) to Lake Winnipeg *PR 321 (Manitoba Provincial Road 321) - PTH 6 near Grosse Isle (Grosse Isle, Manitoba) to PTH 8 * Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba) - CKX (CKX-FM), CKXA (CKXA-FM) * Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba) - CFQX (CFQX-FM) * Winnipeg - CKMM (CKMM-FM) As Premier, Davis continued his policy of debt reduction (for which he attained an increased Federal subsidy), and convinced the unelected Legislative Council to vote itself out of existence in January 1876. He supported a proposal that the planned transcontinental railway run through Winnipeg rather than Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba). After John A. Macdonald was re-elected as Canada's Prime Minister in 1878, this change was accomplished. Patterson was born on December 27, 1964 in Kapuskasing, Ontario but grew up in Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba), Manitoba. He put himself through medical school at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg by enlisting in the Canadian army. Random House Canada Author Spotlight When his service was up, he worked as a doctor in the Arctic and on the coast of British Columbia while pursuing his MFA in creative writing at the University of British Columbia. In 1999, Patterson published ''The Water in Between'', a travel memoir of his sailing expedition in the Pacific Ocean. group2 Cities (List of cities in Canada#Manitoba) list2 Brandon (Brandon, Manitoba) -


career member

of the North Red River , St. Andrews RM (St. Andrews, Manitoba), north of Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada image - 1997 Ryan Keane, Scott Pfeifer, Blayne Iskiw, Peter Heck (Peter Heck (curler)) Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba), Manitoba - Playing career

*Member of Team Ontario in the World Under-17 Championships in Selkirk (Selkirk, Manitoba), Manitoba. *Member of the Canada Russia Challenge Series in November 2004. birth_date Allmusic biography


amp team

: www.oilersheritage.com history early_teams_calgary_tigers.html title Calgary Tigers – a team of legends publisher Edmonton Oilers Heritage Foundation accessdate 2010-07-03 using his speed and shot to earn positions as a First-Team All-Star in both 1924 and 1925.

Selkirk, Manitoba

'''Selkirk''' is a city in the western Canadian (Canada) province of Manitoba, located about ). It has a population of 9,934 as of the 2011 census.

The mainstays of the local economy are tourism, a steel mill, and a major psychiatric hospital. A vertical lift bridge over the Red River connects Selkirk with the smaller town of East Selkirk (East Selkirk, Manitoba). The city is connected to Winnipeg via Highway 9 (Manitoba Provincial Highway 9) and is served by the Canadian Pacific Railway.

The city was named in honour of Scotsman Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk, who obtained the grant to first establish a colony in the Red River area in 1813.

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