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Manitoba

Manitoba Legislative Building

 

Manitoba became the 5th Province on July 15, 1870.  Winnipeg is the provincial capital.

 

There are courthouses in the following locations:

 

Central Judicial District – Portage la Prairie

Dauphin Judicial District – Dauphin

Eastern Judicial District – Winnipeg  ( Court of Appeal )

Beausejour  /  Emerson  /  Gimli   /  St. Boniface  /  Selkirk  /  Steinbach  

Northern Judicial District – The Pas  /  Thompson

Southern Judicial District – Morden

Western Judicial District – Brandon 

Boissevain  /  Killarney  /  Minnedosa  /  Virden

 

Manitoba Court of Appeal

 

Old  Courthouses

Brandon  /  Emerson  /  Neepawa  / The Pas

 

Highest Point – Baldy Mountain at 831 meters ( 2,727 feet ) is located in the central west in the Dauphin Judicial District

Lowest Point  – Hudson Bay ( sea level ) is located in the northeast corner in the Northeren Judicial District ( Thompson )

 

 

Government House – Winnipeg