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Manitoba History No. 89
Manitoba
History

No. 89

War Memorials in Manitoba
War
Memorials
in Manitoba

This Old Elevator
This Old
Elevator

Abandoned Manitoba
Abandoned
Manitoba

Memorable Manitobans
Memorable
Manitobans

Historic Sites of Manitoba
Historic Sites
of Manitoba

Manitoba Business: Maple Leaf Milling Company

Link to:
Country Elevators | Sources

Its country elevators were sold to Federal Grain in 1929.

Presidents

Period

President

?-?

James Stewart (1881-1941)

Country Elevators

Location

Rail

Opened

Closed

Capacity
(bushels)

Comments

Alexander

CPR

1912

1923

30,000

 

Altona

CPR

1920

1929

25,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Arrow River

CPR

1912

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Birtle

CPR

1912

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Brandon

CPR

1912

1929

120,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Clearwater

CPR

1912

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Crandall

CPR

1912

1929

35,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Foxwarren

CPR

1912

1929

40,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Goodlands

CPR

1912

1929

35,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Gretna

CPR

1919

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Horndean

CPR

1920

1927

30,000

 

Kemnay

CPR

1924

1924

40,000

 

Manitou

CPR

1912

1913

40,000

 

Miniota

CPR

1912

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Naples

CPR

1912

1913

40,000

 

Plum Coulee

CPR

1912

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Purves

CPR

1910

1929

40,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Rosenfeld

CPR

1919

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Sewell

CPR

1919

1929

30,000

Sold to Federal Grain (1929)

Somerset

CNR

1912

1919

30,000

 

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 6 May 2018

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