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After seeing all we have to offer, we're sure you're intrigued by this wonderful area some
of us are lucky enough to call home. Besides the links we have placed throughout the 
web site, you'll find some additional ones below. We hope you enjoy them!

Our municipality surrounds Roblin, the "Jewel of the Parkland". It's a bustling community of about 1800 people that offers all the services anyone could want. You can check out their newly renovated website at www.roblinmanitoba.com. We partner with the town on many projects and programs, such as the Recreation Commission, the Roblin District Library, the Fire Department, etc.

After hearing about our great town and all the activities offered in our area, I'm sure you're thinking that life in the country just might be what you're looking for. If you think our safe, friendly, community  might be the place for you, 
check out some of the real estate available at www.north-star.ca.

Ricker's Campground has been a family owned and operated business in our area for 
over 30 years. On May 1, 2006 Wayne and Sylvia Ricker finally decided to retire. 
Keeping this a family run business, Clifford, Trudy, Clifton and Shona Herman became 
the new owners of Rickers Campground. They've got a great website, with lots of fish 
stories as well as a blog on all the happenings at the campground. Just go to www.rickerscampground.com to find all they have to offer. 

Are you a fisherman? If so 
then you'll want to know about 
FLIPPR (Fish & Lake 
Improvement Program for the Parkland). Their web site is www.flippr.ca. We are proud to have Twin Lakes, one of their tiger 
trout stocked lakes, in our 
municipality. To get to Twin Lakes drive North of Roblin on Hwy 83, past the San Clara 
turn off (PR #367). Hwy 83 will begin to head West (left) in approximately 5-7 miles; turn 
right onto the the gravel road, heading North.  The Twin Lakes sign and entrance are on 
the left.

Community profile as provided by Statistics Canada