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Manitoba, Canadai
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Neighbouring regions:
Locality type:Province
Largest Settlements:
PlacePopulation
Winnipeg632,063 (2013)
Brandon26,234 (2010)
Portage la Prairie12,957 (2013)
Thompson12,467 (2016)
Selkirk9,653 (2008)
Steinbach9,607 (2008)
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Manitoba is underlain by Precambrian rocks except for some sedimentary rocks around Hudson's Bay and the Williston Basin in the SW corner of the province. The northern portion is in the Superior province of the Canadian Shield while the southern is known as the Churchill province. The greenstone belts that lie between the provinces (Thompson Nickle belt, Orr Lake, Split Lake and Fox Lake) are usually included in the Churchill province.


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293 valid minerals. 12 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals. 1 erroneous literature entry.

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