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Manitoba Municipalities: Fisher

Link to:
Mayors/Reeves | Sec-Treasurers | Councillors | Historic Sites | Sources

Link to nearby municipalities:
Armstrong | Bifrost | Chatfield | Eriksdale | Grahamdale

Fisher was incorporated as a Local Government District (LGD) on 1 January 1945. It became a Rural Municipality on 1 January 1997. Contains portions of the former RM of Fisher Branch and RM of Chatfield. See The “Disorganized” Municipalities of Manitoba.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1960-1975

Carl Josefchuk

1976-1983

Fred Packulak

1984-1986

Peter Homick

1987-1995

Bert J. Vandersteen

1996-1998

Robert Green

1999-2001

Denis Dandeneau

2002-2005

Evelyn Stocki

2006

?

2007-2009?

Denis Dandeneau

Historic Sites:

Bartlett School No. 2080

Dehowa School No. 1451

Fisher Branch Pioneer Cemetery

Fisher Branch School No. 1543

Fisher Branch Women’s Institute Monument (Fisher Branch)

Fisherton Community Cemetery

High Plains School No. 1777

Hodgson Cemetery (Hodgson)

Hodgson Pioneers Cairn (Hodgson)

Hodgson War Memorial (Hodgson)

Immaculate Conception Cemetery

King Buck Park Monument (Poplarfield)

Leeland School No. 1554

Leroy School No. 1714

Lowland Cemetery

Maidstone School No. 1555

New Star School No. 2256

Poplarfield Community Cemetery (Poplarfield)

Poplarfield Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity

Reynolds School No. 1918

Rolling Memories Museum / Canadian National Railway Station (Fisher Branch)

St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church Zbaraz

St. John’s Anglican Church (Fisherton)

St. John’s Greek Catholic Church

St. Nicholas Catholic Cemetery

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church (Poplarfield)

Sharpewood School No. 1867

Sylvan Cemetery

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 24 November 2013

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