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Facts About Morden
Morden was founded in 1882 when the Canadian Pacific Railway built a railway line crossing the Dead Horse Creek
The Manitoba government granted Morden town status in 1903 and later city status in 2012.
The highest temperature ever recorded in Morden was 111 °F on 11 July 1936. The coldest temperature ever recorded was −42.0 °C on 16 January 1993.
Morden was incorporated as a municipality on January 1, 1882.
Morden is home to the largest collection of marine reptile fossils in Canada, located at the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre.
The Estimated Population of Morden is 8,668.
Morden is a city located in the Pembina Valley region of southern Manitoba, Canada.
The Geographic coordinates of Morden are 49°11’30.8″N (49.1919000°) 98°06’04.9″W (-98.1013600°).
Morden hosts the Morden Corn and Apple Festival, which is held annually in downtown Morden.
The settlement was renamed “Morden”, after Alvey Morden, on whose family’s land the community was established.