Elie, Manitoba

Elie, Manitoba


Elie is an unincorporated community recognized as a local urban district in the Rural Municipality of Cartier in the Canadian province of Manitoba. The community is located approximately 30km west of Winnipeg along the Trans-Canada Highway. The Assiniboine River forms the northern boundary of the municipality of Cartier. Other significant communities around Elie include St. Eustache, Dacotah and Springstein.The primary industry of Elie is agriculture. The CHMI-DT Transmitter was constructed in 1986 and is located here.June 2007 tornadoOn June 22, 2007, Elie was hit by an F5 tornado, the most powerful ever recorded in Canada, which damaged a flour mill and destroyed several houses, ripping two well-built houses off their foundations. A car was also thrown 100m, but the tornado only caused one injury and no deaths, as the people had an early warning which provided them with enough time to look for protection. Warnings were provided by Environment Canada.


Lot Parking No
Street Parking No
Valet Parking No

Places Nearby

Itzke River Farm Ltd.
3960 Hwy 26, R0H0V0
Agriculture Company, Fruit & Vegetable Store

White Horse Gift Emporium
625 Path 26 # 1000, St Francois Xavier, MB
Gift Shop, Restaurant

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