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Manitoba History No. 89
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Manitoba Communities: Napinka (Unincorporated Village)

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This municipality was alleged to have been named for an Aboriginal word meaning either “two” or “mitts.”

Present Status

Rural Municipality of Brenda (1 January 1986)

Incorporation History

Village of Napinka (1 May 1908)
Dissolved (1 January 1986)

Adjoining Municipalities

Brenda

Land Area (square km)

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Population

Year

Total

1911

326

1916

347

1921

299

1926

291

1931

289

1936

236

1941

255

1946

240

1951

222

1956

181

1961

178

1966

191

1971

135

1976

151

1981

132

Mayors

Term

Mayor

1909

Andrew Earnest Slater (1861-1939)

1910

Rufus Cates

1911-1912

M. S. Drewitt

1913

James Burnett

1914

Andrew Earnest Slater (1861-1939)

1915-1916

W. H. McHattie

1917-1919

Fred Tweedley

1920-1921

R. J. Webb

1922-1923

Joseph Anderson

1924-1925

William J. Ronaghan

1926-1927

R. B. Milton

1928

James Burnett

1929

George Reith

1930

William J. Ronaghan

1931

J. W. Elsey

1932

N. Pickard

1933-1937

H. M. Houck

1938-1943

T. A. Taylor

1944-1947

H. M. Houck

1948-1953

R. R. Lamont

1954-1960

L. A. Green

1961-1966

R. R. Lamont

1967-1968

C. W. Graham

1968-1973

C. M. Richardson

1974

W. E. Yeomans

1975

C. M. Richardson

1976-1977

K. R. Burtle

1978-1980

L. A. Green

1981-1983

F. Sturch

1983-1985

Lloyd Gould

Memorable Manitobans

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Historic Sites

Go here for a list of historic sites in Napinka.

Maps

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Napinka (2001)
Source:
Manitoba Land Initiative

Sources

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 5 April 2017

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