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Manitoba Communities: St-Pierre-Jolys (Village)

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Formerly known as St. Pierre, “Jolys” was added to the name of this municipality in commemoration of pioneering cleric J. M. Jolys.

Present Status

Village of St. Pierre-Jolys (31 December 1947)

Incorporation History

Village of St. Pierre (31 December 1947)
Renamed Village of St-Pierre-Jolys (1 January 1977)

Adjoining Municipalities

De Salaberry

Land Area (square km)

2.66

Population

Year

Total

1951

812

1956

838

1961

856

1966

853

1971

846

1976

906

1981

919

1986

912

1991

907

1996

925

2001

893

2006

839

2011

1099

2016

1170

Mayors

Term

Mayor

1948-1957

Ambroise Joubert

1958-1961

Dr. Liguori Gauthier

1962-1971

Fernand Lavergne

1972

?

1973-1974

Leon Gagne

1975-1983

Dr. Liguori Gauthier

1984-1986

Aime Gauthier

1987-1992

Gerald Fontaine

1993-1995

Matt Lussier

1996-1997

Claudette Closson

1998

Lucien Croteau

1999-2001

Gerald Fontaine

2002-?

Real Cure

?-2014

Denis Fillion

2015-?

Mona Fallis

Memorable Manitobans

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History Books

Go here for a list of history books for St-Pierre-Jolys.

Maps

Sources

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 May 2017

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