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The Central Plains Region, defined by the Government of Manitoba, is a rough triangle with the RM of Glenella in the northwest corner, RM of Victoria in the southwest corner and Rm of MacDonald in the southeast. It borders on the Winnipeg Metro area and Lake Manitoba.
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The Westman Region, defined by the Government of Manitoba, is a rough square with the RM of Ellice in the northwest corner, RM of Rosedale in the northeast corner, RM of Edward in the southwest corner and Pelican Lake in the southeast.
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The Winnipeg Capital Region is located in the southeast part of the province located along the Assiniboine and Red Rivers with the northern part of the region bounded by the south basin of Lake Winnipeg. It makes up approximately 1.4% of the province's land base. The 1996 population of the region was 706,000. The region is made up of the City of Winnipeg (the province's capital and largest city), the City of Selkirk, Town of Stonewall and the Rural Municipalities of Cartier, East St. Paul, Headingley, Macdonald, Ritchot, Rockwood, Rosser, St. Andrews, St. Clements, St. Francois Xavier, Springfield, Tache and West St. Paul.
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