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Manitoba Municipalities: Rossburn (RM)

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Links to nearby municipalities: Birtle | Park | Rossburn (Town) | Shoal Lake | Silver Creek | Strathclair

Rossburn was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 22 December 1883. It was named for Rev. Richard R. Ross, an early settler to the region. In 2015, it was amalgamated with Rossburn to form the Municipality of Rossburn.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1884

Thomas Young

1885

William McDonald

1887-1890

Thomas Young

1891-1892

John McPhail

1893

Thomas Young

1894

William McDonald

1895-1897

John McPhail

1898-1900

Richard Rose Ross (1843-1904)

1901-1903

Robert Carson

1904

Richard Rose Ross (1843-1904)

1905-1907

John McPhail

1908

William Young

1909

William Peden

1910

William Young

1911-1914

John McPhail

1915-1921

John Sinclair

1922-1923

Robert Peden

1924-1930

Robert J. Brown

1931-1937

John William Cormack (1896-1987)

1938-1941

Robert Peden

1942-1945

John Ryszytylo

1946-1949

Harris Taylor Huston (1914-1972)

1950-1953

Steve P. Ukrainetz

1954-1959

Edward Shust

1960-1961

Michael J. Sotas

1962-1967

Alexander “Alex” Cleland (c1912-2009)

1968-1989

John Mitchell

1990-1995

Leonard Sitko

1996-2001

Dwain G. Lawless

2002-2005

Edward Mychasiw

2006

?

2007-2010

Brian Brown

2011-2014

Ed Mychasiw

2015

See Rossburn

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Rossburn.

Sources:

Manitoba Gazette, 1887-1959. Manitoba Legislative Library.

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 23 September 2015

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