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  • Post Offices in Mossey River

    The first Post Office was called the Mossy River Post Office (later changed to Mossey River in 1916). It was situated outside of the Winnipegosis town site on 10-31-18w from May, 1896-October, 1898 when it was relocated into a town … Continue reading →

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  • Looking ahead to 2023

    Though the Winnipegosis Museum is put to bed for the winter (literally, as the artifacts and belongings are covered with bed sheets to help reduce the effects of humidity and dust) the Winnipegosis Historical Society is busy planning for 2023. … Continue reading →

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  • The coming of the Railroad

    On October 8, 1897 railway service to Winnipegosis was first made available, when the railway line was opened from Sifton. On December 20, 1898, this line became part of the Canadian Northern Railway, which in 1918 amalgamated into the great … Continue reading →

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