A list of towns in the vicinity of the Eastern Shore of Lake Winnipeg - Pine Falls, Powerview, Fort Alexander, Stead, Libau, Selkirk
As a dominant feature of the local landscape, The Red River divides the City of Selkirk into east and west. The Red River provides a multiplicity of recreation and sporting activities. Fertile fields of grain and oilseeds surround the city on all sides. [...]
The first Icelandic settlers arrived in Manitoba in the late 1800's where they founded "Vatnsthing" (Lake Parliament) or 'New Iceland' on the western shore of Lake Winnipeg. They had fled their home on the island of Iceland to escape Dani [...]
Libau, now only known to most cottagers as a road sign along Hwy 59 - halfway to the beaches, is situated on the eastern edge of the Red River Estuary, just north of Selkirk. It used to be a well known way-stop when travelling between the Lake Communiti [...]
The village of Stead is known as the "sod capital" of Manitoba. Stead ships and distributes, sod and peat moss to farmers as far south as Texas.
As far as I could find out the town is named after the author R. J. C. St [...]
The Town of Scanterbury, Manitoba Canada
Scanterbury is situated in the Brokenhead Ojibwa Reserve along the Brokenhead River.
It is well known for its big South Shore Casino. People driv [...]
Grand Marais is French for 'Big Marsch' - so dubbed by La Verendrye. It is right on the edge of Grand Beach Park along Highway 12.
Now a community in Manitoba, Canada within the Rural Municipality of St. Clements. Situated immed [...]
Fort Alexander is a community in Manitoba, Canada, located on the Sagkeeng First Nation, on the south bank of the Winnipeg River. The Sagkeeng area, or the mouth of the Winnipeg River, was originally settled with native [...]
Pine Falls is located about 130 km NE of Winnipeg on the Winnipeg River. Follow Highway 11 from Traverse Bay Corner to get there. Pine Falls is located near the Sagkeeng First Nation east of Lake Winnipeg - along the Winnipeg Rive [...]
The Village of Powerview, named after the big powerdam in Manitoba Canada, it borders the Rural Municipality of Alexander and the Sagkeeng First Nation Indian reserve.
The Village of Powerview is situated in eastern Manitoba on the banks of [...]
St. Georges is a picturesque town on the south side of the Winnipeg River, just a few miles up river from Powerview. In the summer they have an impressive raft on a bay of the river that the kids use for diving.
The Town of Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba
The Town of Lac Du Bonnet is situated 111 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg. The town is located on the west bank of the historic and picturesque Winnipeg River, and is the hea [...]
Author: Fredrick Buetefuer
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