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  1. Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    Manitoba is the birthplace of the Red River Jig, a combination of Indigenous pow-wows and European reels popular among early settlers. Manitoba's traditional music has strong roots in Métis and First Nations culture, in particular the old-time fiddling of the Métis. Manitoba's cultural scene also incorporates classical European traditions.

  2. Manitoba - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Manitoba is a province of Canada. It lies roughly in the centre of Canada. Manitoba is the 6th largest province with 647,797 square kilometres (250,116 sq mi) area. It has the fifth largest number of people, with 1,379,584 in 2020. People from Manitoba are called "Manitobans".

    • 15 July 1870 (5th)
    • Winnipeg
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  4. Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    Manitoba is a province o Canadae.The province, wi an aurie o 649,950 square kilometre (250,900 sq mi), haes a lairgely continental climate acause o its flat topography. . Agricultur, maistly concentratit in the fertile soothren an wastren pairts o the province, is vital tae the province's economy; ither major industries are transportation, manufacturin, minin, forestry, energy, an tour

    • 15 Julie 1870 (5t)
    • Winnipeg
    • Winnipeg
    • Winnipeg
  5. COVID-19 pandemic in Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    The COVID-19 pandemic in Manitoba is a viral pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a novel infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Manitoba officially reported its first cases on March 12, 2020.

  6. List of cities in Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    Manitoba has 10 cities, including Flin Flon that is partially located within the neighbouring province of Saskatchewan. These cities had a cumulative population of 841,880 and an average population of 84,188 in the 2016 Census. The province's largest and smallest cities are Winnipeg and the Manitoba portion of Flin Flon with populations of ...

    Name
    Population (2016)
    Population (2011)
    Change (%)
    48,859
    46,061
    +6.1%
    8,369
    8,251
    +1.4%
    4,991
    5,405
    −7.7%
    8,668
    7,812
    +11.0%
  7. Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    Lalawigan ang Manitoba sa Kanada. Nahimutang ni sa habagatan-sidlakang bahin sa nasod, 1,800 km sa amihanan-kasadpan sa Ottawa ang ulohan sa nasod. Adunay 1,193,566 ka molupyo. Naglangkob kin og 647,801 ka kilometro kwadrado.

  8. Winnipeg - Wikipedia

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    The University of Manitoba is the largest university in Manitoba. It was founded in 1877, making it Western Canada's first university. [211] In a typical year, the university has 26,500 undergraduate students and 3,800 graduate students. [212]

    • 239 m (784 ft)
    • Canada
  9. Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    Manitoba. Ing Manitoba metung ya kareng 10 lalawigan ning Canada. Mekilala yang opisyal ning Federal Government inyang 1870 bilang makakawani kareng ausan dang Northwest Territories, at meging yang mumunang melalang a lalawigan ibat kareng Territoryu. Iti ing pekaaslagan kareng ausan dang atlung Prairie lalawigan .

  10. University of Manitoba - Wikipedia

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    The University of Manitoba, founded by Alexander Morris, was established under the University of Manitoba Act as a “Provincial University” on 28 February 1877, becoming the first institution of higher education—thus also the first university—to be established in all of western Canada.

    • Michael Benarroch
    • Urban, 676 acres (Fort Garry Campus)
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