Links to urban municipalities, rural municipalities, local government districts, and municipal amalgamations (2015) from the Manitoba Historical Society.
The Legislature and its Work
Manitoba joined confederation in 1870, the first legislature beginning March 15, 1871. The current Premier is the Honourable Brian Pallister, the 22nd become Premier of Manitoba. The current Legislative Assembly elected to represent the people of Manitoba has 57 members.
The Manitoba legislature consists of the Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba as well as the Legislative Assembly.
Made up of varying divisions/branches including but not limited to the Fiscal Research Division, Manitoba Securities Commission, Manitoba Tax Assistance Office, Public Utilities Board, Taxation Division, and the Treasury Board Secretariat.
Manages civil records for the province, including birth, marriage and death certificates. You can search their database for unrestricted records and request certified copies of the full documents for a fee. The database includes records of births from more than 100 years ago, marriages from more than 80 years ago, and deaths from more than 70 years ago.
Collects Manitoba's rich documentary past. The website offers information about its services including how to visit the Archives & search its holdings, research from a distance, copies & reproductions, family history research, and more.