Melita is a town situated in the southwestern corner of the Canadian region of Manitoba. It is encompassed by the Rural Municipality of Arthur and possesses a twist of the Souris River. The populace at the 2016 evaluation was 1,042. It sits at the intersection of Highways 3 and 83, approx. 320 km southwest of Winnipeg. Melita is known as the "Prairies Bird Capital of Manitoba" and is situated in Manitoba's banana belt.
Proof of First Nations residence in the territory incorporates the Linear Mounds Archeological Site and the Brockinton Archeological Site, which have given antiques going back to 800 A.D. The site has been assigned a National Historic Site of Canada. Charles West was the primary recorded European pioneer, in 1879. The early occupants picked the name "Melita" for the town in the wake of hearing a Bible perusing about St. Paul's wreck on the island of Malta Melita is a more established name for the island.
Currency: Dollars - CAD Language : French, English Weather: Summer 10°C to 26°C Winter -20°C to -7°C