Sport Manitoba Boundary Change


Regional Boundary Adjustment

To provide the best services possible to Manitobans, Sport Manitoba has restructured the provincial regional zones it recognizes and their boundaries.  Based on feedback collected during our 2014 Rural Review, Sport Manitoba evaluated our regional staffing structure to better meet the needs of regional sport development.  It was clear that more direct programming for coaches and athletes was the biggest area of support review participants suggested.   

Based on the review, Sport Manitoba created new regional positions, Coach & Athlete Development Coordinators.  In order to add additional staff positions, Sport Manitoba restructured regional boundaries to allow for the addition of new regional staff servicing athletes and coaches specifically.  This led to the creation of new regional boundaries which are now being implemented.  The previous seven regions (Norman, Parkland, Interlake, Eastman, Westman, Central and Winnipeg) will now be divided into five regions (North, East, South, West and Winnipeg).  

To date three of the four new staff positions have been hired.

The new regions recognized by Sport Manitoba will be divided as follows:

East Region

The East Region is now defined as the former Interlake region and the part of the former Eastman region that is north of #1 highway .

Shannon Schade
Regional Sport Development Officer
East Region

West Region

The West Region amalgamates the Westman and Parkland regions with the following amendments:

  • Westlake-Gladstone and Glenella-Lansdowne has been removed from the Central Region and added to the new West Region.
  • Argyle has been removed from Westman and added to the South Region.

Megan Foster
Regional Sport Development Officer
West Region

South Region

The South Region assumes the Central Region boundaries with the following amendments:

  • Westlake-Gladstone and Glenella-Lansdowne has been removed from our old Central boundary  and added to new West Region.
  • South gains the section of Eastman south of the # 1 Highway, extending to the Ontario border.
  • Argyle has been removed from Westman and added to the South.

Leanne Traynor
Regional Sport Development Officer
South Region

North Region

The North Region assumes the previous Norman regional boundaries; 53rd parallel and north (No boundary changes).

Iris Murray
Regional Sport Development Officer
North Region

Winnipeg Region

The Winnipeg Region remains the same as the previous Winnipeg regional boundaries (No boundary changes, city of Winnipeg limits, not Perimeter HWY).

Amanda Daurie
Regional Sport Development Officer
Winnipeg Region

Any questions regarding the new regions or funding should be directed to the corresponding office.

Map of Manitoba

We built an interactive map using PDF layers. For it to function fully you must download/save the PDF to your computer. Click here for tips on using layers in PDF.

Click here for map showing the new regional boundaries.


Frequently Asked Questions

Grants Program

Who do I talk to about funding?
Please contact your regional office.

How do I know what region I'm in?
Contact Sport Manitoba (regional offices listed above). Your previous regional office should be your first point of contact. 

Power Smart Manitoba Games

What team am I on?
Teams will be defined by region. Some regions may have more than one team in certain sports based on the strength of that sport program in the region. Check with your Provincial Sport Organization.

Where will my try-outs be?
Please contact your Provincial Sports Organization or regional office. They will have more information on team try-outs as they are scheduled.


Who do I contact for funding?
KidSport now has two zones; Rural and Winnipeg.

If funds are raised in a specific region, where do they go?
All funds raised will stay within the region they are raised to benefit the residents of that region.


Amy Gabler (Interim)
Administrative Assistant – KidSport Rural
Cell: 761-0317
Fax: 1-888-280-1240

Gena Cook 
Coaching Administrator – KidSport Winnipeg
Office: 925-5692

Provincial Sports Organizations (PSOs)

How do the new regions affect PSO teams and regions?
Provincial Sports Organizations determine their own boundaries and regions. They do not have to acknowledge the same regions that Sport Manitoba does. Please contact your specific PSO to verify if any changes are being made.

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