Niverville is situated in the Rural Municipality of Richot, in the Red River Valley, 35 km south of Winnipeg on highway 311. It can be accessed either by Hwy 59 or PTH 200 and is about 80 km or 1 hour north of the Canada/U.S. border.

Niverville is the site of the first grain elevator in Western Canada built in 1879. The community still owes much to its agricultural roots, with many farm operations in the surrounding area.

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Niverville Chamber Of Commerce
The chamber offers information for visitors, including history, events, services, businesses, publications and photos.
Niverville Collegiate Institute
The Home of the Panthers teaches students in grades seven through twelve. Lists staff, newsletter, school policies, course information and address.
Niverville Community Fellowship
Intergenerational church with Anabaptist roots. Includes worship times, guiding principles, brief history, documents and policies, and bulletin.
Niverville Credit Union
Offers banking, financial services and investments. Gives history, location, services, community information and contact details.
Niverville Remembrance Memorial
The Niverville Remembrance Memorial was constructed in 1997 in memory of Veterans of World War I and World II. Includes a list of the fallen, photo and location map.
NoLimits Internet
Dial-up internet access, web site designs, searchable databases and network assistance for businesses.
Wm Dyck & Sons
A full-service building supply lumberyard, also offers drafting services.
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