Every City in Manitoba on the Map

Can you name every city, town, village and all of the other population centres with a population of at least 1,000 in the province of Manitoba?
All cities, towns and village with an urban population of at least 1,000 are also population centres
Shilo CFB-BFC is a military base, and is given for free
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Last updated: January 16, 2022
First submittedOctober 31, 2020
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City
705 k
Winnipeg
48.8 k
Brandon
15.8 k
Steinbach
13.6 k
Thompson
13.3 k
Portage la Prairie
12.6 k
Winkler
10.2 k
Selkirk
8.6 k
Morden
8.3 k
Dauphin
4.9 k
Flin Flon
 
 
Town
5.3 k
The Pas
4.8 k
Stonewall
4.6 k
Niverville
4.6 k
Neepawa
4.2 k
Altona
4.0 k
Swan River
3.3 k
Virden
3.2 k
Beausejour
3.1 k
Carman
2.4 k
Minnedosa
2.1 k
Ste. Anne
1.8 k
Morris
1.7 k
Carberry
1.3 k
Powerview-Pine Falls
1.2 k
Gillam
1.2 k
Arborg
1.2 k
Teulon
1.1 k
Winnipeg Beach
1.0 k
Lac du Bonnet
1,0 k
Melita
899
Churchill
723
Snow Lake
582
Leaf Rapids
494
Lynn Lake
268
Grand Rapids
Village
1.1 k
St-Pierre-Jolys
763
Dunnottar
 
 
Population Centre
4.0 k
Oakbank
2.9 k
Lorette
2.5 k
Mitchell
2.2 k
Gimli
2.1 k
Killarney
2.0 k
Cross Lake 19A
1.8 k
Souris
1.8 k
Stony Mountain
1.6 k
Grunthal
1.6 k
Blumenort
1.6 k
Boissevain
1.6 k
Roblin
1.5 k
La Salle
1.5 k
Île-des-Chênes
1.4 k
Shilo CFB-BFC
1.3 k
Russel
1.3 k
St. Adolphe
1.3 k
Pinawa
1.2 k
Moose Lake
1.0 k
Oak Bluff
1.0 k
St. Theresa Point
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Level 68
Oct 31, 2020
While normally I wouldn't include unincorporated centres in this series, Manitoba is exceptional in that many locations that would be considered towns or villages in just about any other province have been agglormerated into rural municipalities (the yellow regions on the map), and many former towns lost their status quite recently. Therefore every population centre not previously listed is also included, stretching the answers from 37 to a whopping 57 (still much less than most provinces but that's Manitoba--Winnipeg + a handful of other unfortunate souls we don't like to talk about).
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Level 51
Oct 31, 2020
Only got Winnipeg.
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Level 24
Nov 1, 2020
As a Canadian, I am so offended I'm reporting this comment.

EDIT: Now that I've done it: You could've gotten at least Churchill and Brandon down. Dauphin and Thompson as a bonus, pretty easy names to remember from a map.

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Level 55
Oct 31, 2020
Isn’t ther only 10 cities in Manitoba?
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Level 68
Oct 31, 2020
Yes and that is why the columns specify cities, towns, villages and other population centres (unincorporated). Almost two out of every three Manitobans live in Winnipeg alone.
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Level 55
Nov 1, 2020
Thanks for the enlightenment, I only got Winnipeg and Churchill(because Churchill is on one of my quizzes)
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Level 68
Nov 1, 2020
No problem. You weren't the only one to guess just Winnipeg and Churchill (based on the statistics of this quiz). It is really interesting to see how a small town of less than a thousand people is perhaps the second most famous in Manitoba, although the sample size to make such a statement is still a little small (only seven people have taken this quiz so far, six excluding myself).
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Level 54
Dec 13, 2020
6/57. Great quiz!
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Level 68
Dec 13, 2020
Thank you!
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Level 65
Jan 9, 2022
Love the map!!! <333

Take my nomination and my spotlight!

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Level 68
Jan 9, 2022
Thank you very much! I appreciate the support :D
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Level 75
Jan 16, 2022
Please change "Powerville" to "Powerview"
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Level 68
Jan 16, 2022
Okay fixed
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Level 48
Jan 16, 2022
Its amazing how Churchill so outperforms its population when it comes to recognition. I guess having polar bears and being on every map of Canada will do that
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Level 68
Jan 17, 2022
It is kind of funny how 74% of everyone taking the quiz got it, second only to Winnipeg. Whoever's in charge of the Churchill tourism board deserves a raise.