- Pilot Mound, Manitoba
Pilot Mound is a town of about 700 people in the
Canadianprovince of Manitoba. It is located about 60 km west of the town of Morden
Pilot Mound is home to the [http://www.wdd.cx/pilots Pilot Mound Pilots] ice hockey team who play in the [http://www.prairiesportslink.com/item.aspx?itm_id=62 Tiger Hills Hockey League] .
The town has featured heavily as a finalist in CBC's Hockeyville 2008 competition.
* [http://www.communityprofiles.mb.ca/cgi-bin/csd/index.cgi?id=4604044 Town of Pilot Mound Community Profile]
* [http://www.pilotmound.com Pilot Mound, MB, Canada's website]
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