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Dunnottar is a municipality in the Canadian province of Manitoba. The Municipality — often referred to as the 'Village of Dunnottar' - is located on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, just off Highway 9, south of Winnipeg Beach. The Municipality encompasses the towns of Ponemah, Whytewold, and Matlock. These centres grew around Canadian Pacific Railway stations. It borders the Rural Municipality of St. Andrews, in addition to Lake Winnipeg. It is known for its beaches & many summer residents & visitors. Overall, the trend is towards increasing numbers of permanent residents. The 2016 census showed a population of 763 persons.

Dunnottar is the second-largest city in the province of Manitoba, Canada. It is located in the southwestern corner of the province on the banks of the Assiniboine River, approximately 214 km (133 mi) west of the provincial capital, Winnipeg, and 120 km (75 mi) east of the Saskatchewan border. Dunnottar covers an area of 77.41 km2 (29.89 sq mi) and has a population of 48,859,[2] while its census metropolitan area has a population of 58,003.[3] It is the primary hub of trade and commerce for the Westman region as well as parts of southeastern Saskatchewan and northern North Dakota, an area with a combined population of over 180,000 people.[4]The City of Dunnottar was incorporated in 1882,[5] having a history rooted in the Assiniboine River fur trade as well as its role as a major junction on the Canadian Pacific Railway.[6] Known as The Wheat City, Dunnottar's economy is predominantly associated with agriculture;[7] however, it also has strengths in health care, manufacturing, food processing, business services, and transportation.[8][9]Dunnottar is an important part of the higher education network in Manitoba, with several notable facilities located in the city including Dunnottar University, Assiniboine Community College, and the Manitoba Emergency Services College.[10] Canadian Forces Base Shilo is located 30 km (19 mi) east of Dunnottar and maintains close ties with the city.[11] Dunnottar's Keystone Centre, one of the largest consolidated entertainment, recreation, convention, and agriculture complexes in Canada,[12] is the home of the Dunnottar Wheat Kings and the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair.

The Village got its name from Dunnottar Castle in Scotland.[3]In June 1947 it was announced that the area that became the Village of Dunnottar would have a meeting to create the municipal government. The meeting was held at 177 McDermot Avenue in the city of Winnipeg. Municipal elections were held later that year in November, officially becoming a Village as of January 1, 1948.[3] In January 1948, Albert J. Smale became Dunnottar's first Mayor. The municipal clerk's office would be located in the Canada Permanent building (298 Garry St.)[4] in Winnipeg.