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Winkler is a small city with a population of 10,670 (2011 federal census) located in southern Manitoba, Canada in the Rural Municipality of Stanley. As the largest city in the Pembina Valley, Winkler serves as a regional hub for commerce, agriculture and industry.
It is Manitoba's sixth-largest city (as of 2011) and the second fastest growing city out of nine in the province.
Located on the western edge of the Red River Valley, Winkler is located at the corner of provincial highways 14 and 32. It is approximately 100 kilometres southwest of Winnipeg and 70 kilometres northwest of a 24-hour United States border crossing at Emerson.
Winkler is situated on the prehistoric beaches of Lake Agassiz. The lake's shores were formed over 10,000 years ago by the Pembina Escarpment, located a few kilometres west of Winkler. A secondary beach known as the Emerado Beach lies to the west of Winkler. This gentle rise in elevation was formed thousands of years ago when the draining of Lake Agassiz temporarily stalled.
The rich soils of the area are separated by the Emerado Beach. Coarser textured loamy sand soils, located to the west, are suitable for irrigation and produce potato, corn and bean crops. To the east, finer textured clay soils produce sugar beets, canola, beans, corn and small grains.
Winkler's climate is typically continental, resulting in dry cold winters and hot, frequently dry summers. Summer temperatures typically range from 20 to 30C, while winter temperatures average between -15 and -25C. The Winkler area obtains the most heat units for crop production in Manitoba. Winkler receives an annual average of 416mm of precipitation (most of which falls during the spring and summer months) and 119.7cm of snow. Winkler's average frost-free period is 125 days. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.