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Manitoba Communities: Piney (Rural Municipality)

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This municipality is named from a contraction of “Pine Valley.”

Present Status

Rural Municipality of Piney (28 February 1997)

Incorporation History

Local Government District of Piney (1 January 1945)
Rural Municipality of Piney (28 February 1997)

See The “Disorganized” Municipalities of Manitoba.

Adjoining Municipalities

La Broquerie, Reynolds, Stuartburn

Constituent Communities

Badger, Bedford, Carrick, Florze, Menisino, Middlebro, Piney, St. Labre, Sandilands, South Junction, Sprague, Vassar, Wampum, Woodridge

Land Area (square km)

2433.10

Population

Year

Total

1931

1322

1941

1587

1951

3141

1956

3157

1961

2859

1966

2489

1971

2169

1976

1983

1981

1890

1986

1781

1991

1559

1996

1604

2001

1688

2006

1755

2011

1720

2016

1726

Reeves

Term

Reeve

1960-1973

Roland J. Dubois (1924-1973)

1973-1973

Reynald Preteau (acting)

1974-1975

Reynald Preteau

1976-1977

William Tkachuk (1930-2014)

1978-1983

Marvin Hovorka

1984-1986

Ronald Buzahora

1986-1998

William Tkachuk (1930-2014)

1999-2001

Murray Machej

2002-?

Marvin Hovorka

?-2018

?

2018-?

Wayne Anderson

Memorable Manitobans

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Historic Sites

Go here for a list of historic sites in Piney.

History Books

Go here for a list of history books for Piney.

Maps

Sources

“Preteau appointed area Administrator,” Winnipeg Free Press, 6 September 1974, page 9.

Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, 2000.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 9 August 2019

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