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Morris is a small town of around 1,900 people (2016) in the Pembina Valley of Central Manitoba, Canada.

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Morris sits halfway between Winnipeg and the Canada–U.S. border, named after Alexander Morris, the second Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba.

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Highway 75, which turns into Interstate 29, is the major highway which runs from Winnipeg to Missouri and is town's main street.

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Manitoba Stampede
  • Morris & District Centennial Museum, 350 Main Street S (PTH 75 & PTH 23 east), +1 204-746-2169, . Jun 1-Aug 31: daily noon-5PM. by donation.
  • Manitoba Stampede & Exhibition, +1 204-746-2552. Late July. The Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition is the largest professional rodeo east of Calgary, Alberta. One of the largest dairy shows in the province, light and heavy horse shows, school work and home-craft competitions, commercial and craft displays, Loule's famous petting zoo, midway rides, and free family entertainment.

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Routes through Morris
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