- Manitou (Manitoba)
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Manitou est une petite ville au sud-ouest du Manitoba, au Canada. Au recensement de 2006, on y a dénombré une population de 718 habitants.
Manitou est connue pour l'activiste sociale canadienne Nellie McClung qui y habitait.
Elle a un journal hebdomadaire, The Western Canadian.
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