Dauphin is a city in Manitoba, Canada, with a populace of 8,457 as of the 2016 Canadian Census, with an extra 2,388 living in the encompassing Rural Municipality of Dauphin, for an aggregate of 10,845 in the RM and City consolidated. Dauphin is Manitoba’s ninth biggest network and fills in as a center point to the territory’s Parkland Region. The current city hall leader of Dauphin is Allen Dowhan. Moderate Dan Mazier has been the individual from Parliament for the Dauphin—Swan River—Marquette riding since November 2010. Reformist Conservative Brad Michaleski is the current individual from the Legislative Assembly. Dauphin plays host to a few summer celebrations, including Dauphin’s Countryfest and Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival. Dauphin is known as the “Nursery Capital of Manitoba.” Dauphin is served by Provincial Trunk Highways 5, 10 and 20 and is encircled by the Rural Municipality of Dauphin. This city also has movers company Dauphin which helps many companies to move around Canada
Dauphin is in western Manitoba close to Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Riding Mountain National Park, only west of Lake Manitoba and Dauphin Lake and south of Lake Winnipegosis.
Dauphin is a provincial medical services center point, part of the Prairie Mountain Health authority. The Dauphin General Hospital (presently the Dauphin Regional Health Center) was set up in 1901. The Dauphin Medical Clinic gives admittance to family doctors and trained professionals, while giving a stroll in facility and intense consideration.
As the biggest city inside the Parkland, Dauphin has an exchanging zone of more than 50,000 individuals. A huge piece of Dauphin’s economy depends on agribusiness, with ranches here of the area creating grains, oilseeds, nectar and animals. Dauphin is the home to different ventures including producing, medical care, training, entertainment/the travel industry and retail. The Canadian circulation community for Norwex is additionally situated in the city.
The primary school building was raised in Dauphin in 1903, an edge expanding on the current Mackenzie School site. The first Whitmore School was based on Fifth Ave. SW in 1907, trailed by the Smith-Jackson School on Main Street South in 1922. Today, the Mountain View School Division directs K-12 instruction in Dauphin. The City of Dauphin has 7 schools including the Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School, Mackenzie Middle School, Henderson Elementary School, Lt. Colonel Barker VC School, École Macneill (French Immersion), Whitmore School and Smith-Jackson Ukrainian Bilingual School. The Assiniboine Community College Parkland Campus, situated in Dauphin, gives post-optional programming in the Parkland. Projects incorporate business, horticulture, applied directing, nursing and a scope of apprenticeship courses.