The R.M of Wallace-Woodworth is located at the intersection of the longest east-west highway in Canada (Trans Canada #1) and the longest north-south highway in North America (Highway #83), a short 231 kilometers from the geographical centre of North America.
Distance to Major Centres / 24-hour Border Crossings/ Ports
24 Hour Border Crossings
Boissevain/ International Peace Gardens
Trade Zones/ Ports
Global Transportation Hub
Dennis County Labour Force Study
Our municipality can be accesses by highway, rail or air. We have close proximity to two Foreign Trade Zones, Centreport in Winnipeg and Global Transportation Hub in Regina.
Trans Canada #1 Highway is a RTAC 63,500KG rate route. Information about Truck weight limits, configurations, and Manitoba highway ratings can be found here.
Canadian Pacific rail operates the CP Broadview subdivision from Brandon, Manitoba to Broadview, Saskatchewan. This is CP’s main line through Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The CP Rocanville Subdivision runs from Virden, MB to Sylvite, SK and serves the Rocanville Potash Mine.
Wallace-Woodworth is served by the Virden/R.J. (Bob) Andrew Field Regional Aerodrome that provides a 4320 X75 ft asphalt runway and 100LL, JA-1 (FSII) fuel available.
Not far away, Brandon Municipal Airport offers daily flights to Calgary. Wallace-Woodworth is equal distance from both Winnipeg’s James Armstrong Richardson International airport and the Regina International Airport.
In 2019 bare land (hay/pasture) sold for between $1583/acre and $629/acre with an average per acre price of $1330/ acre.