November 1: Chief Peguis Trail named; Manning as Reform leader; CFRW on the air.

November 1, 1963 - Radio station CFRW goes on the air. It was originally called CJQM and is now known as TSN Radio 1290. For a history of CFRW and its various incarnations.

Chief Peguis Trail
November 1, 1991 - The Chief Peguis Trail is officially named. Also known as Route 17, its first stretch linking Main Street and Henderson Highway opened twelve days earlier.

November 1, 2008 – The MLA for The Pas and Minister of Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Oscar Lathlin dies near The Pas.

November 1, 1987 - E. Preston Manning is elected as the first leader of the Reform Party of Canada at their inaugural convention at the Winnipeg Convention Centre.

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