Registration

Remote Area Registrations

The Highway Traffic Act and The Drivers and Vehicles Act allow residents in remote communities to register their vehicles for a special registration charge. To qualify for the special registration charge, applicants must live in remote communities which are not connected to the provincial highways system by a year round all-weather road.

Vehicles which qualify will display special licence plates, which restrict the vehicle to the roads in the community, and between one or more such remote communities. They may not be operated on any provincial highway in Manitoba.

The following is a list of designated remote areas:

Berens River

R0B 0A0

Oxford House

R0B 1C0

Brochet

R0B 0B0

Pikwitonei

R0B 1E0

Churchill

R0B 0E0

Poplar River

R0B 0Z0

Fort Churchill

R0B 0E0

Pukatawagan

R0B 1G0

Garden Hill

R0B 0T0

Shamattawa

R0B 1K0

Gods Lake Narrows

R0B 0M0

South Indian Lake

R0B 1N0

Ilford

R0B 0S0

Ste. Theresa Point

R0B 1J0

Island Lake

R0B 0T0

Stevenson Island

R0B 2H0

Little Grand Rapids

R0B 0V0

Tadoule Lake

R0B 2C0

Loon Straits

R0C 1X0

Thicket Portage

R0B 1R0

Changes in Remote Area Registrations

Transactions for Remote Area registrations require special actions as designated in the table below. Where remote area plates are not stocked, an LAF sticker is to be issued.