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 Shoal Lake has something to offer everyone.  Its strong agricultural roots have produced a friendly and safe small town atmosphere while its ideal location and dymatic, progressive nature also offer many amenities not usually available in a town this size.  Recent years have brought many changes to the Town of Shoal Lake.  Pioneer Grain has taken over the high throughput grain elevator and major fertilizer distribution center, and the newly amalgamated Yellowhead RCMP detachment chose Shoal Lake as its administrative centre.


The Town of Shoal Lake and the surrounding Rural Municipality, which includes the Hamlet of Oakburn 16 km to the North, are in the centre of North Amercia, in the Southwestern area of the province of Manitoba in Canada.  Shoal Lake is 280 km Northwest of the Provincial capital of Winnipeg and 110 Northwest of Brandon, the province's second largest city.


On the famous “March West” of the North West Mounted Police in 1874, some members broke away and traveled North through Fort Ellice to Fort Edmonton.  On their return trip along the Fort Ellice Trail, the NWMP established posts at Shoal Lake, Minnedosa, and Gladstone.  In 1885, the Canadain Pacific Railway  was constructed at the North end of the Lake rather than the South end where the settlement was.  Showing a progressive nature that exists to this day, the community began the great exodus to the north end of the lake, with some of the buildings being moved up the lake on the ice.  The south end survives as a cottage area, popular for boating and water-skiing.

The Hamlet of Oakburn began when the Canadian National Railway was built in 1906.  Although named by Socttish settlers, the area boast a strong Ukrainian heritage with many historical sites still well preserved.


The Town of Shoal Lake is located around the north end of Shoal Lake itself. The lake is nine kilometers long, making it ideal for boating and water-skiing.  Fishermen can enjoy the abundant supply of walleye and northern pike, which are kept healthy year-round thanks to two aeration systems put in by the local Lions Club.  Ice fishing shacks are a common site on the Lake throughout the winter months.  The north end of the lake boast paved walking trails winding through professionally landscaped grounds.  The Shoal Lake Millennium Project further enhanced this area with the addition of lighting throughout the walking paths, a staris leading from the Oak River, and a path and bridge connecting the campground on the east side of the lake to the golf course on the west shore.

Local Attractions

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I love learning about people’s New Year’s resolutions. The enthusiasm that comes with the New Year is contagious. And there is this major surge in willpower to take on new challenges. The problem shows up one month later. There is a massive drop-off in the number of people actually doing anything about their resolutions. This applies to commitments big and small. The question is which 4 ... Read More...
Posted by Darla Helena on 2014-01-02

Construction and Expansion

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Sometimes all it takes is a few simple fix-ups to improve the look of your home and make it more marketable.  Even if you don't plan to sell in the near future, a change of face can make your home more comfortable and appealing.  If your kitchen, bathroom and other rooms in your home look wary and tired but you can't afford to tear everything out and start over again, here are a few cost-effective ... Read More...
Posted by Tammy Waterfield on 2014-03-01
Just as you take your car for a regular tune-up to ensure it continues to run smoothly, your home also needs some special attention.  There is a lot more to keeping up a house than cutting the grass and clearing snow away from the driveway. Ensuring your home "looks" good and is in proper working order not only makes it more attractive and comfortable, but it  can also increase the market ... Read More...
Posted by Tammy Waterfield on 2014-01-30

Family & Kids

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Aside from a few small flower/weed gardens I had never tried my hand at actual gardening. I mean, prep the soil, plant the vegetable seeds, water and grow kind of gardening... That became apparent as my first gardening attempt played out.  Don't get me wrong, in the end I was very proud of my harvest, and will carry with me to next spring a few lessons learned. I recommend doing a bit of research ... Read More...
Posted by Jen Pearson on 2014-10-08
One of the many services a REALTOR provides when you are selling your home is an effective marketing plan.  An important part of that overall plan may be an "open house"  for prospective buyers.  Your REALTORS are already working with buyers who may be interested in your property.  These REALTORS will inspect your home with their buyers in mind, and will act quickly when they feel ... Read More...
Posted by Tammy Waterfield on 2014-08-07

Parks & Recreation

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After what must be the coldest winter in the history of the world (perhaps an exaggeration, perhaps not) I thought try and provide some hope for eager Westman golfers. Here are the latest opening dates that I can find for some the local courses (looks like there is still a bit of waiting to do): Deer Ridge - First fairway is still wet and will reevaluate this weekend ... Read More...
Posted by Stacey Chudley on 2014-04-22

Market Reports and Conditions

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This is a list of Canada's Best Places to Live 2014: Small-Sized Cities. Haven't heard of half of these places, wouldn't it be amazing to explore more of what Canada has to offer and be familiar with every province and territory! St. Albert, Alta. Strathcona County, Alta. Boucherville, Que. Lacombe, Que. Rimouski, Que. Repentigny, Que. Blainville, Que. Fredericton, N.B. Stratford, Ont. Aurora, ... Read More...
Posted by Julie Stanley on 2014-09-15
So you have decided to take the big leap and purchase your first home.  CONGRATULATIONS!! Most of us have a "dream home" tucked away at the back of our minds - something with four bedrooms, two fireplaces and a panoramic view.  How about a little reality check before you go looking for that dream?? What if all the money you had went into the purchase and mortgage payments for that wonderful ... Read More...
Posted by Tammy Waterfield on 2014-09-10


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New to Brandon is Waves Leisure, offering the Beachcomber line of Hot Tubs, Pool Installations, Indoor Gaming options and Biogaurd pool and spa chemicals.   Trent and his staff have a full service department to assist you with any maintenance needs.  You can visit their booth at the Brandon Home and Leisure Show, April 11-13, 2014 at the Keystone Centre, or at their store location Unit #30 ... Read More...
Posted by Jen Pearson on 2014-04-03

Sports & Activities

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With the start of a new NHL season rite around the corner, comes the hope for the Winnipeg Jets to become a playoff contender, but unfortunately I  personally don't think they made enough  off season moves to be one. But here's to another year of great hockey and Canada's  Sport. Read More...
Posted by Troy Mutch on 2014-10-07
A friend of mine used to say that there were two certainties on any May two-four weekend in Canada; bugs and beer. One is a welcomed inclusion. The other, not so much. But with these simple tips, you can help reduce the nuisance in an eco-friendly way - without killing the very environment you are enjoying; Many people claim a simple plastic bag filled with water will ward off flies. Hang it over ... Read More...
Posted by Bill Nicholls on 2014-05-02
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