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If only these buildings still existed, and Main Street was a charming stretch of shops and restaurants, etc.

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Manitoba's 10 Largest Cities by decade, 1901-2016.
Note: Winnipeg's population is for current boundaries.

1901:
1. Winnipeg 47,969
2. Brandon 5,620
3. Portage la Prairie 3,901
4. Selkirk 2,455
5. Morden 1,522
6. Carman 1,439
7. Neepawa 1,418
8. Dauphin 1,135
9. Minnedosa 1,052
10. Carberry 1,023

1911:
1. Winnipeg 156,153
2. Brandon 13,839
3. Portage la Prairie 5,892
4. Selkirk 2,977
5. Dauphin 2,815
6. Neepawa 1,864
7. Souris 1,854
8. Virden 1,550
9. Minnedosa 1,483
10. Carman 1,271

1921:
1. Winnipeg 226,983
2. Brandon 15,397
3. Portage la Prairie 6,766
4. Dauphin 3,885
5. Selkirk 3,726
6. Neepawa 1,887
7. The Pas 1,858
8. Souris 1,710
9. Carman 1,591
10. Minnedosa 1,505

1931:
1. Winnipeg 293,154
2. Brandon 17,082
3. Portage la Prairie 6,513
4. Selkirk 4,486
5. The Pas 4,030
6. Dauphin 3,971
7. Neepawa 1,910
8. Minnedosa 1,680
9. Virden 1,590
10. Carman 1,418

1941:
1. Winnipeg 299,937
2. Brandon 17,383
3. Portage la Prairie 7,187
4. Selkirk 4,915
5. Dauphin 4,662
6. The Pas 3,181
7. Neepawa 2,292
8. Minnedosa 1,636
9. Virden 1,619
10. Carman 1,455

1951:
1. Winnipeg 354,069
2. Brandon 20,598
3. Flin Flon 9,899
4. Portage la Prairie 8,511
5. Selkirk 6,218
6. Dauphin 6,007
7. The Pas 3,376
8. Neepawa 2,895
9. Swan River 2,290
10. Steinbach 2,155

1961:
1. Winnipeg 471,975
2. Brandon 28,166
3. Portage la Prairie 12,388
4. Flin Flon 10,546
5. Selkirk 8,576
6. Dauphin 7,374
7. The Pas 4,671
8. Steinbach 3,739
9. Neepawa 3,197
10. Swan River 3,163

1971:
1. Winnipeg 535,217
2. Brandon 31,150
3. Thompson 19,001
4. Portage la Prairie 12,950
5. Selkirk 9,331
6. Dauphin 8,891
7. Flin Flon 8,873
8. The Pas 6,062
9. Steinbach 5,197
10. Swan River 3,522

1981:
1. Winnipeg 564,473
2. Brandon 36,242
3. Thompson 14,288
4. Portage la Prairie 13,086
5. Selkirk 10,037
6. Dauphin 8,971
7. Flin Flon 7,894
8. Steinbach 6,676
9. The Pas 6,390
10. Winkler 5,046

1991:
1. Winnipeg 616,790
2. Brandon 38,567
3. Thompson 14,977
4. Portage la Prairie 13,186
5. Selkirk 9,815
6. Dauphin 8,453
7. Steinbach 8,213
8. Flin Flon 7,119
9. Winkler 6,397
10. The Pas 6,166

2001:
1. Winnipeg 619,544
2. Brandon 38,716
3. Thompson 13,256
4. Portage la Prairie
5. Selkirk 9,752
6. Steinbach 9,227
7. Dauphin 8,085
8. Winkler 7,943
9. Morden 6,142
10. Flin Flon 6,000

2011:
1. Winnipeg 663,617
2. Brandon 46,061
3. Steinbach 13,524
4. Thompson 13,123
5. Portage la Prairie 12,996
6. Winkler 10,670
7. Selkirk 9,834
8. Dauphin 8,251
9. Morden 7,812
10. The Pas 5,513

2016:
1. Winnipeg 705,244
2. Brandon 48,859
3. Steinbach 15,829
4. Thompson 13,678
5. Portage la Prairie 13,304
6. Winkler 12,591
7. Selkirk 10,278
8. Morden 8,668
9. Dauphin 8,457
10. The Pas 5,369

And if I were to guess, in 2021 the 10 largest will be, Winnipeg, Brandon, Steinbach, Winkler, Portage la Prairie, Thompson, Selkirk, Morden, Dauphin, Niverville.
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At what point do we just start referring to Morden and Winkler as "the twin cities"???
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I remember making graphs projecting the different towns' population growth when I was about 9. I recollect that Thompson was supposed to be bigger than Winnipeg by now. I'm not quite sure how I got it so wrong.

They used to have new population figures for every place with 50 people or more on the back of every new highway map each year, so I used my collection of maps for my data.

The absence of Flin Flon is astonishing.
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