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The Province of
Manitoba (MB)


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The capital of Manitoba is Winnipeg.

The 2-Letter Postal Abbreviation / Code for Manitoba: MB

Typical abbreviation for Manitoba: Man.

When the people of Manitoba refer to themselves: 1:

Time Zone: The province of Manitoba is in the Central Time (CST/CDT) zone and observes daylight saving time.

Canada has two official languages: English and French. English is the most common language spoken in Manitoba, where approximately 90% of the residents speak only English (ie- Anglophones).

Nickname for Manitoba: "The Keystone Province"

Provincial Motto: "Gloriosus Et Liber" (Glorious and free)

Provincial Bird: Great Grey Owl (strix nebulosa)

Provincial Tree: White Spruce (picea glauca)

Provincial Flower: Prairie Crocus (anemone patens)

Confederation: Manitoba joined the Confederation on Jul 15, 1870.

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