Cemeteries
Manitou Cemetery
The Manitou Cemetery was formally known as the Archibald Cemetery. Information on who is buried their can be obtained on the
 
For more information on plots available please contact the
Municipal Office or Don Stewart.
 
To make a donation please send to the address below
and a charitable receipt will be mailed to you.
 
Manitou Cemetery
c/o Municipality of Pembina
Box 189
Manitou, MB
R0G 1G0
 
New Haven Cemetery
The land was purchased January 21, 1919 by Samuel S. Crampton and donated as a Cemetery, he passed away September 1922 and was the first to be buried in the New Haven Cemetery. More information on who is buried can be found on the Pembina Manitou Archives website.
 
For more information on plots available or to make a donation please contact Rod Crampton or Kathy Yager.

St. Luke's Pembina Crossing Cemetery
The parish of St. Luke's was established in 1885 with the first burial in the cemetery taking place in 1896. More information can be found on the Pembina Manitou Archives Website.
 
For more information on plots available or to make a donation please contact Lindy Sharpe

St Mary's Cemetery - Kaleida
St Mary's at Kaleida was built in 1892. More information on who is buried there can be found on the Pembina Manitou Archives Website.
 
For more information on plots available please contact Wilf Hildebrand at wwhild@mymts.net. 
 
To make a donation please send to the address below
and a charitable receipt will be mailed to you.
 
 
St. Mary's Cemetery
c/o Leianna Lea
Box 313
Manitou, MB
R0G 1G0