Virden is a town in southwestern Manitoba. Oil was first discovered in 1951, and Virden has since come to be known as the "Oil Capital of Manitoba". Virden has its foundations as a cultivating network known as Gopher Creek. Notwithstanding, it turned into a railroad tent town in 1882, and developed in populace because of the block and flour industry, and with the disclosure of oil in the 1950s. The birthplace of the name, Virden, supposedly emerged as an incorrect spelling of the German town Verden in the country of the seventh Duke of Manchester's significant other.
As indicated by the 2011 Canadian Census, the number of inhabitants in Virden is 3,114, a 3.5% expanded from 2006. Virden's property mass is 8.56 km2 with a populace thickness is 363.6 individuals for each km2. The middle age is 42.7 years of age which is 2 years more established than the national normal at 40.6 years of age. There are 1,446 abodes in Virden with an inhabitance rate of 95.1%, and the middle expense of a home at $159,748, more than $100,000 lower than the national normal at $280,552.
Currency: Dollars - CAD Language : English, French Weather: Summer 14°C to 25°C Winter -3°C to 3°C