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Dauphin (French for Dolphin, see Dauphin of France) is a small city in Manitoba, Canada, with a population of 8,251 as of 2011. The nearby lake was given the name "Dauphin" by the explorer Pierre Gaultier de Varennes, sieur de La Verendrye in 1741 in honour of the heir to the French throne. Settlers began arriving in the area in 1883 and two early settlements, Gartmore and "Old Dauphin" were established. With the coming of the railway in 1896 - the railline ran roughly halfway between the two villages - settlement shifted to the present site. The coming of the railroad also coincided with the beginning of Ukrainian settlement in the Dauphin area. Before that time, most arrivals had been of British extraction.
Incorporated as a village in 1898 and as a town in 1901, Dauphin became an important centre for the transportation of grain. Farming still plays a central role in the economy of the area, but its role has been greatly reduced. The current mayor of Dauphin is Eric Irwin, a Lawyer. Conservative Robert Sopuck has been the Member of Parliament for the Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette riding since November 2010. He is the Manitoba Caucus Chairman in the Conservative Government of Steven Harper. New Democrat Stan Struthers is the current Member of the Legislative Assembly and is currently the Minister of Finance for the Province of Manitoba, in the NDP Government of Premier Greg Selinger. Dauphin plays host to several summer festivals, including Dauphin's Countryfest, Canada's National Ukrainian Festival, and Jesus Manifest.
According to the 1996 Canadian census, Ukrainians constitute the largest single ethnic group in the City of Dauphin, with 41.04% of the city's population. Almost 26% of the city's population claim to be able to speak the Ukrainian language. In terms of other ethnic origins, 24.17% of the residents claim English ancestry, 17.61% claim Scottish ancestry, and 12.3% claim Irish ancestry. Approximately 10% of the population claim Aboriginal origin.
Dauphin is near Riding Mountain National Park which is south of the city and served by PTH 10. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Dauphin.
In the 1970s, a federally funded pilot project called Mincome sought to provide a guaranteed minimum income to residents of Dauphin.