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Manitoba Municipalities: Pembina

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Links to nearby municipalities: Lorne | Louise | Stanley | Thompson | Manitou

Pembina was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 1 November 1890. Its administrative office is located in the Town of Manitou. In 2015, it was amalgamated with Manitou to form the Municipality of Pembina.

Reeves / Heads of Council:

Term

Reeve

1891-1894

Ferris Bolton (1853-1937)

1895-1897

John Stewart Miller (1844-1936)

1898-1899

John Woods

1900-1901

Adam Rinn

1902

John Woods

1903

John Story

1904

John Woods

1905-1906

William Hamilton (1855-?)

1907-1908

George Compton

1909-1911

John Woods

1912

Wesley Webber

1913

J. M. Stratford

1914-1921

John S. Sotheran

1922-1924

Donald Morrison

1925-1931

Frank Westbrook McIntosh (1879-1952)

1932-1934

Willis B. Moore

1935-1936

Hugh Borthwick Morrison (1892-1957)

1937-1949

Frank Westbrook McIntosh (1879-1952)

1950-1965

Charles F. Cousins

1966-1992

David Harms

1993-1998

William Joseph Frisch

1999-2001

Robert Hilton McLean

2002-2006

George Elmer Henderson

2007-2014

Kim Taylor

2015-?

Glenn Shiskoski

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Pembina.

Sources:

In Rhythm With Our Roots: A History of Manitou & Area edited by Haraldine Webb and Diana Vodden, published by the Manitou Centennial Book Committee, 1997.

We thank Judy Young, Chief Administrative Officer for the RM of Pembina, for help in compiling a list of historic sites.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 16 February 2014

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