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Events in Manitoba History: School Divisions (2001)

On 8 November 2001, Education Minister Drew Caldwell announced that the number of school divisions in Manitoba would be reduced from 54 to 37 by merging certain divisions and creating new division boundaries. The divisions formed as a result of that announcement were as follows:

Beautiful Plains School Division

Border Land School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Boundary School Division No. 16, Red River School Division No. 17, Rhineland School Division No. 18, and Sprague Consolidated School District No. 2439)

Brandon School Division

Division scolaire franco-manitobaine

Evergreen School Division

Flin Flon School Division

Fort La Bosse School Division

Frontier School Division (formed by the amalgamation of parts of Duck Mountain School Division No. 34, Frontier School Division No. 48, Churchill School District No. 2264, Lynn Lake School District No. 2312, Leaf Rapids School District No. 2460, and Snow Lake School District No. 2309)

Garden Valley School Division

Hanover School Division

Interlake School Division

Kelsey School Division

Lakeshore School Division

Lord Selkirk School Division

Louis Riel School Division (formed by the amalgamation of St. Boniface School Division No. 4 and St. Vital School Division No. 6)

Mountain View School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Dauphin-Ochre School Division No. 33, parts of Duck Mountain School Division No. 34, and Intermountain School Division No. 36)

Mystery Lake School Division

Park West School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Pelly Trail School Division No. 37 and Birdtail River School Division No. 38)

Pembina Trails School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Assiniboine South School Division No. 3 and Fort Garry School Division No. 5)

Pine Creek School Division

Portage la Prairie School Division

Prairie Rose School Division (formed by the amalgamation of White Horse Plain School Division No. 20 and Midland School Division No. 25)

Prairie Spirit School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Mountain School Division No. 28 and Prairie Spirit School Division No. 50)

Red River Valley School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Red River School Division No. 17 and Morris-Macdonald School Division No. 19)

River East Transcona School Division (formed by the amalgamation of River East School Division No. 9 and part of the Transcona School Division No. 12)

Rolling River School Division

St. James - Assiniboia School Division

Seine River School Division

Seven Oaks School Division

Southwest Horizon School Division (formed by the amalgamation of Souris Valley School Division No. 42 and Antler River School Division No. 43)

Sunrise School Division (formed by the amalgamation of parts of Transcona School Division No. 12 and Agassiz School Division No. 13)

Swan Valley School Division

Turtle Mountain School Division

Turtle River School Division

Western School Division

Whiteshell School Division

Winnipeg School Division

Winnipeg Technical College

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: School Divisions (1959)

Sources:

Provincial Modernization of School Boundaries, Province of Manitoba.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Profile revised: 21 September 2014

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