Cities in Manitoba

Population: 1,371,995
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All Manitoba cities

AlexanderAlonsaAltonaArborgArgyleArmstrongBeausejourBerens River 13Bifrost-RivertonBirdtail Creek 57Black River 9Bloodvein 12Boissevain-MortonBrandonBrenda-WaskadaBrochet 197BrokenheadBrokenhead 4Buffalo Point 36Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation (Oak Lake 59)CarberryCarmanCartierCartwright-RoblinChemawawin 2Chemawawin 3ChurchillChurchill 1Clanwilliam-EricksonColdwellCornwallisCrane River 51Cross Lake 19Cross Lake 19ACross Lake 19EDakota Plains 6ADakota Tipi 1DauphinDauphin River 48ADe SalaberryDeloraine-WinchesterDivision No. 1, UnorganizedDivision No. 17, UnorganizedDivision No. 18, Unorganized, East PartDivision No. 19, UnorganizedDivision No. 20, Unorganized, North PartDivision No. 20, Unorganized, South PartDivision No. 21, UnorganizedDivision No. 22, UnorganizedDivision No. 23, UnorganizedDog Creek 46DufferinDunnottarEast St. PaulEbb and Flow 52Ellice-ArchieEltonEmerson-FranklinEthelbertFairford (Part) 50FisherFisher River 44Fisher River 44AFlin Flon (Part)Fort Alexander 3Fox Lake 2Gambler 63 (Part)Garden Hill First NationGilbert PlainsGillamGimliGlenboro-South CypressGlenella-LansdowneGod's Lake 23God's River 86AGrahamdaleGrand RapidsGrand Rapids 33GrandviewGranville LakeGrasslandGreyHamiotaHanoverHarrison ParkHeadingleyHillsburg-Roblin-Shell RiverHole or Hollow Water 10IlfordJackhead 43Keeseekoowenin 61KelseyKillarney - Turtle MountainLa BroquerieLac Brochet 197ALac du BonnetLakeshoreLeaf RapidsLittle Grand Rapids 14Little Saskatchewan 48Long Plain (Part) 6LorneLouiseLynn LakeMacdonaldMcCrearyMelitaMinitonas-BowsmanMinnedosaMinto-OdanahMontcalmMoose Lake 31AMooseocootMordenMorrisMossey RiverMountain (North)Mountain (South)Mystery LakeNeepawaNelson House 170NivervilleNorfolk-TreherneNorth Cypress-LangfordNorth NorfolkNorway House 17Oakland-WawanesaOakviewOpaskwayak Cree Nation 21AOpaskwayak Cree Nation 21BOpaskwayak Cree Nation 21COpaskwayak Cree Nation 21EOpaskwayak Cree Nation 21IOxford House 24Pauingassi First NationPeguis 1BPembinaPinawaPine Creek 66APineyPipestonePoplar River 16Portage la PrairiePowerview-Pine FallsPrairie LakesPrairie ViewPukatawagan 198Red Sucker Lake 1976ReynoldsRhinelandRiding Mountain WestRitchotRiverdaleRockwoodRolandRolling River 67Rolling River 67BRoseau Rapids 2ARoseau River 2RosedaleRossburnRosserRussell-BinscarthSandy Bay 5SelkirkShamattawa 1Shoal River Indian Reserve 65ASiftonSioux Valley Dakota NationSnow LakeSouris-GlenwoodSouth Indian LakeSplit Lake (Part) 171SpringfieldSt-Pierre-JolysSt. AndrewsSt. ClementsSt. François XavierSt. LaurentSt. Theresa PointStanleySte. AnneSte. RoseSteinbachStonewallStuartburnSwan Lake 7Swan Lake 65CSwan RiverSwan Valley WestTachéTeulonThe Narrows 49The PasThompsonTwo BordersValley River 63AVictoriaVictoria BeachVirdenWallace-WoodworthWasagamackWaterhen 45Waywayseecappo First NationWest InterlakeWest St. PaulWestLake-GladstoneWhiteheadWhitemouthWinklerWinnipegWinnipeg BeachWoodlandsYellowheadYork Landing

Manitoba: Friendly Manitoba

More than 1.3 million people call Manitoba home, and it's not hard to see why. For some, it's about enjoying the peace and quiet of the prairies and the forests that cover the province. For others, it's about the thriving economy and endless work opportunities to be found around Winnipeg, Brandon or Portage la Prairie. Whatever your desire in life, Manitoba has it.

Manitoba is the first of Canada's western provinces. It borders Ontario to the east, Saskatchewan to the west, Nunavut to the north and the U.S. states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south. Winnipeg, also known as "The Peg," is the provincial capital and the largest city. It's also Canada's seventh-largest city. Manitoba is divided into regions, and the largest region is the vast Northern Region that stretches from the shores of Lake Winnipeg all the way to Hudson Bay and the Nunavut borer.

Manitoba stands out from other prairie provinces because of its eclectic mix of environments. The southern sections of the province have a humid seasonal climate while northern regions are subarctic, so you'll enjoy the weather no matter what season you prefer. It also has a pleasant mix of forests from the Canadian Shield, farmlands dotting the southern and western landscapes, and lots of lakes of all sizes. Because of its flat, inland location, summers and winters can be fairly extreme in terms of temperature, but averages for the year are still pleasant enough for all to enjoy.

Not only is Manitoba beautiful, but it's also vibrant. Winnipeg and Brandon have everything a city should have from tourist destinations to theatres, restaurants and exciting nightlife. Nature lovers will enjoy Lake Winnipeg and the northern city of Churchill, which is better known as the polar bear capital of the world. Little Iceland can be found in the centre of the province revolving around the city of Gimli, giving residents a unique opportunity to take in Icelandic-Canadian culture. Best of all, real estate prices in Manitoba are fairly affordable, and even Winnipeg offers relatively cheap yet luxurious options.