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Order of Manitoba is a civilian honour for merit in the Canadian
province of Manitoba. Instituted in 1999 when Lieutenant Governor
Peter M. Liba granted Royal Assent to The Order of Manitoba Act,
the order is administered by the Governor-in-Council and is
intended to honour current or former Manitoba residents for
conspicuous achievements in any field, being thus described as the
highest honour amongst all others conferred by the Manitoba Crown.
The Order of Manitoba is intended to honour any current or former
long time resident of Manitoba who has demonstrated a high level of
individual excellence and achievement in any field, "benefiting in
an outstanding manner the social, cultural or economic well being
of Manitoba and its residents"; it replaced in this role the Order
of the Buffalo Hunt, which had more liberal standards of admission.
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