Manitoba Highway 15

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Provincial Trunk Highway 15

Dugald Road
Route information
Maintained by Manitoba Infrastructure
Length77 km (48 mi)
Major junctions
West end PTH 101 / Route 115 in Winnipeg
Major intersections PTH 12 at Anola
Manitoba Provincial Road 207 near Deacon
Manitoba Provincial Road 206 at Dugald
East end PTH 11 at Elma
Rural municipalities
Major citiesWinnipeg
Highway system
PTH 14 PTH 16

Provincial Trunk Highway 15 (PTH 15) is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It runs from Winnipeg's Perimeter Highway (where it meets with the city's Route 115) east to Elma where it ends at PTH 11. PTH 15 and the portion of Route 115 east of PTH 59 are collectively known as Dugald Road.

On the trip between Winnipeg and Elma, several significant landmarks exist, as well as the towns of Dugald and Anola. Also along that stretch of picturesque highway lies the longitudinal Centre of Canada, which is marked on PTH 1 several kilometres south.


PTH 15 was originally designated as a road from PTH 12 south to Steinbach then east, southeast and south via Piney to the Minnesota border.[1] This was eliminated in 1939 as a result of the elimination of Municipal Roads. It is now PTH 12, PTH 52, PR 210, PR 203, and Highway 89.

Major intersections

City of Winnipeg00.0 Dugald Road (Route 115 west)
Perimeter Highway (PTH 101)
Western terminus; continues as Route 115
Springfield21.2 PR 207 – Lorette
Dugald95.6 PR 206 – Landmark, Oakbank
Dundee Garson Road (Road 33E)Former PR 306 north
Anola2314 PTH 12 – Beausejour, Steinbach, Ste. Anne
3321 PR 302 north – BeausejourWest end of PR 302 concurrecy
3522 PR 302 south – Richer, La BroquerieEast end of PR 302 concurrency
Whitemouth7647 PR 406 north – Whitemouth
Elma7748 PTH 11 – Hadashville, Lac du Bonnet, Powerview-Pine FallsEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "1930 map" (PDF).