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About Manitoba: Manitoba is a Canadian
prairie province. The province, with an area of
649,950 square kilometres (250,900 sq mi), has a
largely continental climate, with thousands of
lakes and many rivers. Agriculture, mostly
concentrated in the fertile southern and western
parts of the province, is vital to the
province's economy; other major industries are
transportation, manufacturing, mining, forestry,
energy, and tourism. The word "Manitoba" comes
from the native word manitou, meaning spirit.
Lake Manitoba was named earlier, north of
Portage la Prairie.
Manitoba's capital and largest city, Winnipeg,
is Canada's eighth-largest Census Metropolitan
Area, and home to 60 percent of the population
of the province. Winnipeg is the seat of
government, home to the Legislative Assembly of
Manitoba and the highest court in the
jurisdiction, the Manitoba Court of Appeal. Four
of the province's five universities, all four of
its professional sports teams, and most of its
cultural activities are located in Winnipeg.
The name Manitoba (meaning "strait of the
spirit" or "lake of the prairies") is believed
to be derived from the Cree, Ojibwe or
Assiniboine language. Fur traders first arrived
during the late 17th century and Manitoba was
the heart of Rupert's Land, owned by the
Hudson's Bay Company. Manitoba became a province
of Canada in 1870 after the Red River Rebellion.
A general strike took place in Winnipeg in 1919,
and the province was hit hard by the Great
Depression. This led to the creation of what
would become the New Democratic Party of
Manitoba, one of the province's major political
parties and currently in power.
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