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Regional Boundaries

East Region

The East Region is now defined as the former Interlake region and the part of the former Eastman region that is north of #1 highway .

Contact
Shannon Schade
Regional Sport Development Officer
East Region
 

West Region

The West Region amalgamates the Westman and Parkland regions with the following amendments:

  • Westlake-Gladstone and Glenella-Lansdowne has been removed from the Central Region and added to the new West Region.
  • Argyle has been removed from Westman and added to the South Region.

Contact
Megan Foster
Regional Sport Development Officer
West Region
 

South Region

The South Region assumes the Central Region boundaries with the following amendments:

  • Westlake-Gladstone and Glenella-Lansdowne has been removed from our old Central boundary  and added to new West Region.
  • South gains the section of Eastman south of the # 1 Highway, extending to the Ontario border.
  • Argyle has been removed from Westman and added to the South.

Contact
Leanne Traynor
Regional Sport Development Officer
South Region
 

North Region

The North Region assumes the previous Norman regional boundaries; 53rd parallel and north (No boundary changes).

Contact
Iris Murray
Regional Sport Development Officer
North Region
 

Winnipeg Region

The Winnipeg Region remains the same as the previous Winnipeg regional boundaries (No boundary changes, city of Winnipeg limits, not Perimeter HWY).

Contact
Amanda Daurie
Regional Sport Development Officer
Winnipeg Region

 

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