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A native or resident of Manitoba is a Manitoban.
- The Right Honourable Edward Richard Schreyer was the first Manitoban to serve as governor general of Canada.
A French-speaking Manitoban is called a Franco-Manitoban.
- In 1991, two-thirds of Franco-Manitobans lived in Winnipeg.
Whether used as nouns or adjectives, Manitoban and Franco-Manitoban are always capitalized, and Franco-Manitoban is hyphenated.
- The Franco-Manitoban Cultural Centre is in St. Boniface.
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