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Saint-Malo, Manitoba Canada is a popular tourist destination known for its history, scenic beauty, beaches, campgrounds, cottages and friendly people. It's a place that visitors, cottagers, campers and residents all adore.

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Attractions & Accommodations

St. Malo is known for its popular tourist attractions, including campgrounds, parks, museums and much more.

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Local Businesses

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“Wildlife for the Future” Deer Statue

Deer Statue St. Malo

St. Malo, Manitoba, Canada

Reason for Building:

To commemorate the only successful deer relocation program in Canada

Additional Information:

Statue was unveiled by His Royal Highness Prince Edward on July 7, 1990.

This white-tailed deer statue is placed in recognition of the valuable volunteer assistance provided to the Department of Natural Resources by the St. Malo and District Wildlife Association and Area Residents. From 1985 to 1988, in the first ever large scale urban deer relocation program in Canada 283 white-tailed deer were captured and moved from the city of Winnipeg to the St. Malo Wildlife Management Area and surrounding region. Area residents provided countless hours of assistance and equipment to transport deer during the relocation program.

Also recognized is the contribution of the St. Malo and District Wildlife Association and area residents who contributed volunteer time and provided financial resources to establish the St. Malo and Rat River Wildlife Management Areas. Their dedication toward the preservation of our precious wildlife resource is equaled by few.

SW Corner of Junction of Highways #59 and 218,
Northeast corner of town.
More specifically Hillaire Street.

St. Malo & District Wildlife Association