Manitoba is a prairie province in Canada. Its capital city is Winnipeg.

1,727 Questions
Home & Garden

What is the recommended humidity level for a home?

Ideal humidity level for comfort and health is between 40-50%. Lower levels especially in the winter can contribute to a sense of discomfort or chill even at warmer indoor temperatures. Higher levels may result in a clammy damp feeling and foster mold formation.

The humidity level in colder climates can be much lower than 50% in the winter time. The mucous linings of the nose and the shape of your lips can give you an indication that it is too dry. Also, cuticles of your fingers will start to crack if you are in a dry home.

Here is a good guideline based on outside air temperatures.

Outside Temperature Indoor Relative Humidity

Above 50 °F Not over 50%

Above 20 °F Not over 40%

Between 10º & 20ºF Not over 35%

Between 0º & 10ºF Not over 30%

Between -10º & 0ºF Not over 25%

Between -20º & --10ºF Not over 20%

-20ºF or below Not over 15%

If you try to put more moisture into the air, the cold windows will probably start to condense the water back out. You will see water forming a fog on the windows, especially those that face the wind. This is not a good condition since the water will tend to destroy wooden windows and mould can start forming on them. If left for a few days, the water can get into the insulation in the walls and reduce it's effectiveness.


What is the capital of Manitoba?

The capital of Manitoba, Canada, is Winnipeg.

Canada Politics

What type of government does Canada have?

Canada is a constitutional monarchy with parliamentary democracy, as well as being a federation.

Canada's particular Parliamentary system is referred to as a "Westminster Model." This model was first developed by the British and is named after the Palace of Westminster, which houses the British Parliament. Most other nations that draw on this Parliamentary model, including Australia and New Zealand, are former British colonies that adopted the British system during their evolution from a colony to independent nation.

An important characteristic of Westminster Parliamentary systems is that they are based, in large part, on unwritten constitutional conventions and customs. These are rules and practices regarding the operation of government, which have been developed incrementally over long periods of time and never formally codified in a written document.

While many Westminster Models do rely on written constitutional documents that outline the general framework of government, in many cases rules often exist in the form of unwritten conventions and customs. These are rules and practices that have been developed incrementally over long periods of time, and have never been formally codified in writing. This does not mean they are any less binding - only that they are based upon historical practice instead of explicitly written principles.

This does not mean to suggest that Canada's constitution is completely based on unwritten constitutional conventions. The nation does indeed have documents that detail its system of government. Many of the specific details, however, are based on unwritten conventions; this would include the practice of responsible government, and the powers and functions associated with the Prime Minister and his/her Cabinet.

Canada has a parliamentary democracy within a constitutional monarchy, like the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth Realms.
Canada is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary form of government.
Canada has a parliamentary democracy within a constitutional monarchy.


Is Winnipeg Manitoba Eastern or Pacific?

Neither. It's Central.

Children and the Law
High School

How old do you have to be to drop out of school?

The laws vary by state, so it depends on where you live. In some states you're required to attend school until you're 17, graduate, or pass the GED (which ever comes first). Also, keep in mind that in many states if you quit school you lose your drivers license. Let me just add studies have shown that most people who fail to complete high school, spend the rest of their lives working a minimum wage job and barely being able to pay their bills. Is that what you want for your life?

Divorce and Marriage Law
Extended Family
Common Law Marriage

How long do you have to co inhibit to be common law husband and wife?

In Canada... If you start cohabitating with someone who is the parent of your child, you are considered to be common-law partners from the time you move in together. A "parent", for this purpose, includes an adoptive parent (whether in law or in fact) as well as a natural parent. If there are no children involved, you only become common-law partners after you have lived together in a conjugal relationship for 12 continuous months. The 12-month period includes any period during which you were separated for less than 90 days because of a breakdown in your relationship.

Distances and Travel Times

How far is it from 50 Goldthorpe Crescent Winnipeg Manitoba to 3619 Rebeck Road East St. Paul Manitoba?

About 26km

Performing Arts

Where is Old Palos mine located?

In western Jefferson County, AL between Porter Road, Flat Top Road, and Union Grove Road. This area has been clear cut and heavily strip mined in the last few years leading to the disappearance of several grave yards and burial sites. The right of way along Porter Road is still posted NoTrespassing, No Hunting,-Palos LLC. and there are numerous high points from which to observe the area thru telescope, or binoculars. I have been told several times that the mine site has a cemetery across from it that the dead from the explosion in the early nineteen hundreds are buried. This area is still sparsely populated and undeveloped, with very few acceptable roads ( Porter Road is in such poor condition it is hard to belive it is a county maintained road ), so plan on going slow, and traveling in a pickup or SUV when searching the area.

Driving Times

How long does it take drive to Brandon Manitoba Canada from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada?

Google Maps estimates the driving time as 2 hours and 45 mnutes.


What are Manitoba's Landform Regions?

  1. Manitob's landforms are mostly flat land with some hills and small mountain southwest
Canada Provinces and Territories

What is the most direct route from Toronto to Winnipeg?

  1. Take HIGHWAY 400 NORTH to HIGHWAY 69. HIGHWAY 400 becomes HIGHWAY 69. Continue STRAIGHT on HIGHWAY 69 NORTH.
  2. Take HIGHWAY 69 NORTH to (TRANS-CANADA) HIGHWAY 17 WEST in Greater Sudbury.
  3. Take the TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY WEST on HIGHWAY 17 in Ontario, then HIGHWAY 1 in Manitoba to Winnipeg.
Road Distance

Distance in miles between Winnipeg Manitoba and Virden Maniotba?

180 miles


When did Manitoba's boundaries change to its current keystone shape and size?

I don't know so don't ask me

Dental Insurance and Financing Dental Care

Where can you find an affordable dental plan for your family?

To find companies in your state that provide dental insurance or dental discount plans, go to the National Association of Dental Plans site ( which has a directory of companies that offer dental insurance. The directory can be searched by state and you can select "individual" and get the list of just those companies that provide individual dental insurance in your state. The listing also tells you if the company provides dental HMO, dental PPO, dental indemnity (traditional insurance without a network) or a discount plan (not insurance but a discount off the dentist's fees who are part of the discount network).

Children and the Law
High School

How old do you have to be to drop out of school in Minnesota?

The state's compulsory education law sets the age at 16-years .

Home & Garden
Meteorology and Weather

What is the recommended indoor relative humidity level for asthmatics?

A research by ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers) shows that the ideal indoor humidity level for health is about 40%-60%.

Dry environment with humidity level below 40% will not only result in dry skin and hair, but also make viruses and bacteria more active, therefore increase the likelihood of being infected by colds and other respiratory illnesses. Studies have shown that the survival rate of influenza virus can be as high as 70% in an environment of about 20% humidity level. The effectiveness of mucosal clearance and the body's resistance function to airborne viruses, will be greatly reduced when the relative humidity is less than 40%.

You can use a hygrometer to measure the indoor humidity. You can use a humidifier to adjust the humidity of your room. There are different sizes of humidifiers and they each have a different humidifier rating, as well as square footage usually covered. Cool mist/evaporative humidifiers are generally cheaper than warm mist and ultrasonic ones. Good brands such as Dyson, Keecoon【large-scale capacity】, Panasonic, etc.

Countries, States, and Cities

What is the first largest city in Quebec?

The largest city in the province of Quebec is Montreal.

Children and the Law
South Carolina

How old do you have to be to drop out of school in South Carolina?

The state's compulsory education laws set the age a minor can stop attending school at sixteen (16).


Where is Manitoba?

Manitoba is a Canadian province. It is the fourth province east of the Pacific Ocean.

Manitoba's boundaries are:

  • to the south, the 49th parallel (the USA)
  • to the west, the province of Saskatchewan
  • to the north, the 60th parallel (the territory of Nunavut)
  • to the northeast, Hudson Bay
  • to the east, the province of Ontario
Road Distance

How many miles is it from Dallas Texas to Manitoba Canada?

1,295 miles driving, or 20 hours.

History of Canada
Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages

Who shot Thomas Scott?

One of Louis Riel's men killed Thomas Scott.

Although he was shot, he was not killed. He was shot by a firing squad but only two of the shots hit him, wounding his upper chest and shoulder. A man then stepped forward with a pistol and shot him through his cheek and out his nose. Thomas was still alive so he was put into a coffin and buried alive. The General was the one who told everybody to leave him in there. some people say that his body was tossed into a river.

Importing and Exporting
Nova Scotia

What does Nova Scotia import and export?

mostly mining

Travel & Places

What is the population of Winnipeg Manitoba?


Driving Times

How long does it take to get from Winnipeg Manitoba to Brandon Manitoba?

Google Maps estimates the driving time as 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Travel & Places
Lakes and Rivers
Great Lakes

What lake in Manitoba shares its name with the provincial capital?

Lake Winnipeg


Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.