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Hadashville with a population of 220 is situated along the Trans Canada Highway and No. 11 Highway. Hadashville is found in the middle of the municipality. Most of the development of Hadashville has taken place along the Whitemouth River.
In Hadashville, you will find a post office, a restaurant (Sophie's Restaurant), Ukrainian and Roman Catholic Churches, a former forest tree nursery (Pineland Forest Nursery), two peat moss operations (Sun Gro Horticulture and Berger Peat Moss), a campground (Whitemouth River) ,a community club (Reynolds Recreational Centre), a Seniors' Club inside the Hadashville Recreation Centre, Highways Department, and MB Conservation. Other activities occurring in Hadashville would be farming, logging, trucking, air conditioning / refrigeration services, a floral greenhouse and strawberry u-pick farm and excavation services. There is also a hiking/cross country ski trail and a museum located in the Sandilands Forest Reserve. The Trans Canada Pipeline provides natural gas to the former Pineland Forest Nursery. 
The Greater Winnipeg Water District is the railway company that passes through Hadashville. This line is only extended from Winnipeg to Shoal Lake in Ontario. 
Residents will be offered a one day a week Mobile Health Clinic appointments (coming spring 2024), Ste. Anne, Steinbach, Whitemouth or Winnipeg for their medical needs. Fire protection is provided by the Reynolds Fire Department.