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Manitoba Team

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Surnames/tags: Canada Manitoba Rupert's_Land
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The Manitoba Team is a sub-team of the Western Canada Team which is part of the Canada Project.

Team Leader: Open

Members: Navarro Mariott | Carmen van de Wall | Robin Helstrom | Mike Mintz

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Mission

The Mission of this team is to create and manage WikiTree profiles for historically-significant Manitobans, including politicians, authors, singers, etc. Everyone from Louis Riel to Gabrielle Roy. Our secondary purpose is to assist others with Manitoba research whenever possible, using our local knowledge and experience.

Goals

Here are some general goals this project is working towards:

  • Biographies written for all of the Manitoba Premiers (see list below).
  • More goals to come!

Useful Pages

Project pages:

Categories for notable Manitobans:

Maintenance categories:

Manitoba Premiers

# Name Project Protected Photograph Profile Manager
1 Alfred Boyd Yes Yes Bob Jewett
2 Marc-Amable Girard Yes Yes Lianne Lavoie
3 Henry Joseph Clarke Yes Yes Bob Jewett
4 Marc-Amable Girard Yes Yes Lianne Lavoie
5 Robert Atkinson Davis Yes Yes Bob Jewett
6 John Norquay Yes Yes Bob Jewett
7 David Howard Harrison Yes Yes Bob Jewett
8 Thomas Greenway Yes Yes Bob Jewett
9 Sir Hugh John Macdonald Yes Yes
10 Sir Rodmond Roblin Yes Yes
11 Tobias Norris Yes Yes Bob Jewett
12 John Bracken Yes Yes Bob Jewett
13 Stuart Garson Yes Yes Bob Jewett
14 Douglas Lloyd Campbell Yes Yes Bob Jewett
15 Dufferin Roblin Yes Yes
16 Walter Weir Yes Yes Bob Jewett
17 Edward Schreyer Yes No Bob Jewett
18 Sterling Lyon Yes No Bob Jewett
19 Howard Pawley Yes No Bob Jewett
20 Gary Filmon Yes No Bob Jewett
21 Gary Doer Yes Yes Bob Jewett
22 Greg Selinger Yes Yes Bob Jewett
23 Brian Pallister No Yes Bob Jewett

Other Famous Manitobans

Please list other famous Manitoban profiles managed by this project here.

Resources

  • The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, the Department of Canadian Heritage's Canadian Culture Online Program, the Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, the Government of Canada and the University of Saskatchewan




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Parish registers: Manitoba : H-1812 (Primary Sources- Deaths, Marriages, etc)

763 pages, 734 with full-text search

Document Record Title Holy Ghost Parish fonds [Winnipeg, Man.] - 1812 Identifier lac_reel_h1812 H-1812 115731 104313 103544 156375 104257 Document source -Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada Language -English Permanent Link http://heritage.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.lac_reel_h1812

posted by Arora (G) Anonymous
A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women in Western Canada Parker, C. W. (1864-1932).

https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/bcbooks/items/1.0348960#p0z-5r0f:

posted by [Living Rocca]
Just removed the Manitoba category since bio indicated that you could find notable people under the parent category when you can't add individuals there and it might give the impression that you can place people under that category :)
posted by Rae Santema
Many Trails to Manitou - Wapah

by Manitoba Village History Committee is a wonderful resource for Manitoba Métis and those who have roots in the Hudson Bay Company and the fur trade that brought so many to Rupert's Land https://digitalcollections.lib.umanitoba.ca/islandora/object/uofm%3A2397653#page/188/mode/2up

posted by Navarro Mariott

Categories: Canada Project | Manitoba