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Here are some links to webpages that are about the communities we serve:


City of Selkirk Webpage - This site has a complete history of our town with great information such as a list of historical sites in and around Selkirk. As well as current information on Selkirk and special events.

The Rural Municipality of St. Andrews

RM of St. Andrews - The official site or the RM of St. Andrews. With regular updates and a vast amount of information regarding every aspect of the RM. A great resource for anyone who is looking for answers.

St. Andrews Community Club - Find out what event's are happening at your community centre, register online for your favorite sports or receive community updates via email, its all here just for you.

St. Andrews Airport -" Welcome to the St. Andrews Airport, a not-for-profit, community owned facility. The St. Andrews Airport is a fully controlled airport in the heart of St. Andrews, MB just five minutes north of the City of Winnipeg and offers an excellent opportunity for locating a new or existing business."

The Rural Municipality of St. Clements

RM of St. Clements - " In our website you will find all the latest information for events, business, tourism and municipal administration.  We have a responsibility to ensure that you have timely and accurate information and hope that you will find this site to be a great resource. "
St. Clements Heritage - The Rural Municipality of St Clements has a rich and interesting heritage as this is one of the oldest settled areas of Manitoba, Canada.  We want to share our history and stories with you!These stories, which tell of the accomplishments of our pioneers,will be an inspiration to all.We have information about the history of the R.M. of St. Clements:
  • For students interested in learning about local history
  • For residents wanting to know more about the story of where they live
  • For visitors who want to know where to find our heritage sites 
To celebrate it's centennial, the Rural Municipality of St. Clements published a history book entitled The East Side of the Red, 1884 to 1984.  At 944 pages, this book was truly a labour of love and a community effort of dozens of volunteers. It features stories of St. Clements: of families, churches, schools, organizations, politics and more.There are no copies available to purchase any more, so we have made it available to download in small pieces (as PDFs). 

Donald School Community Center - " The Donald School Community Center is located 10 km north of Winnipeg on Henderson Hwy. It is the current home for the Narol Children's Centre & the Narol Golden Age Senior Club. Many other groups use our facilities for their meetings, socials and dinners. "
The Village of Dunnottar
The Village of Dunnottar -  is a small, quiet community of 487 permanent residents. Located on the southwest shore of Manitoba's largest lake, Lake Winnipeg.  Dunnottar is approximately forty minutes north of Winipeg.  Today, the village consists of an amalgamation of the Beaches of Matlock, Whytewold, and Ponemah. Recently, Dunnottar has joined the Gaynor Family Regional Library's catchment. Allowing their residents to access free services for books, DVDs, magazines and eBooks.