The City of Winnipeg is parking its mosquito fogging trucks. The city announced Friday that it has suspended the nuisance mosquito fogging program for the foreseeable future. The average trap count in the city is 87 and is expected to drop even more after crews sprayed Thursday night. The current heat wave and dry weather also means there are fewer places of sitting… Read More »
Investing in cultural and historical infrastructure plays an important role in developing dynamic communities, promoting tourism and preserving Canada’s heritage.
Investing in modern reliable water infrastructure is vital to building healthy communities, preserving waterways and supporting sustainable economic growth.
Joint federal, provincial and municipal funding through the Investing in Canada infrastructure plan will support four projects in Manitoba, including clean water and wastewater infrastructure improvements.
Brandon police said a 16-year-old boy is facing a number of charges and a second suspect got away after two employees of a business were bear-maced while chasing after males who had stolen beer. It happened Thursday shortly before midnight, when police were called to a business in the 3500 block of Victoria Avenue. Police said two males… Read More »
It had a modest start over a century ago with a few speeches and foot races, but the annual Gimli Icelandic Festival — now in its 130th year — has become a major event with international connections. Known as Islendingadagurinn, the festival, which celebrates Icelandic culture and descent, has been held every August long weekend in the Manitoba Interlake town,… Read More »
Terry Duguid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for Western Economic Diversification Canada, will announce support for future growth opportunities in Manitoba’s life sciences sector.
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The OPP said Friday morning that there have been no confirmed sightings of the two homicide suspects in Ontario. Bryer Schmegelsky,18, and Kam McLeod, 19, are wanted in connection with three deaths in British Columbia. The OPP said it has received a number of reports about suspicious vehicles or young men believed to be the suspects. It said… Read More »
Minister Carr announced $12,041,014 in funding for four projects that are putting the Western Canada Growth Strategy’s four interconnected pillars of Trade, Diversification, Skills, and Communities into action.