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Manitoba Communities: La Broquerie (Rural Municipality)

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This municipality was named for Joseph de Labroquerie (1759-1830), uncle of Archbishop Taché.

Present Status

Rural Municipality of La Broquerie (25 May 1881)

Incorporation History

Rural Municipality of La Broquerie (25 May 1881)

Adjoining Municipalities

De Salaberry, Hanover, Piney, Reynolds, Ste. Anne, Stuartburn

Constituent Communities

La Broquerie, Marchand, Zhoda

Land Area (square km)

579.26

Population

Year

Total

1891

330

1896

1532

1901

583

1911

1191

1921

1289

1931

1644

1941

1888

1951

1608

1956

1570

1961

1454

1966

1340

1971

1328

1976

1523

1981

1638

1986

1774

1991

2038

1996

2493

2001

2894

2006

3659

2011

5198

2016

6076

Reeves

Term

Reeve

1881-1887

?

1888-1890

P. A. St. Laurent

1891

?

1892

Joseph Hebert

1893-1894

Andre Neault

1895-1906

H. I. Richer

1907-1908

M. J. Richer

1909-1914

P. A. St. Laurent

1915-1916

?

1917

J. A. Gagnon

1918-1922

Roger Boily

1923-1933

Omer Bisson

1934-1937

J. N. Tetreault

1938-1943

Roger Boily

1944-1947

Eugene Simard

1948-1953

Joseph Antoine “Aime” Nadeau (1899-1979)

1954-1963

Arcade Bedard

1964-1971

George Boily

1972

?

1973-1977

Rene E. Lecoste

1978-2001

John M. Giesbrecht

2002-2005

Ken Mantle

2006

?

2007-2009?

Marielle Wiebe

?-2014

Claude Lussier

2015-?

Lewis Weiss

Memorable Manitobans

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Historic Sites

Go here for a list of historic sites in La Broquerie.

History Books

Go here for a list of history books for La Broquerie.

Maps

Sources

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 June 2017

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