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Ten per cent of eligible Manitobans have not received COVID-19 vaccine

As of March 27, more than 10 per cent of Manitobans aged 18 and older have received the COVID-19 vaccine as part...

Province announces $6 million investment to support sustainability of Manitoba’s arts, cultural sector impacted by COVID-19

The Manitoba government is investing $6 million for the creation of new Arts and Culture Sustainability Funds to provide financial support for...

Province launches Teachers’ Idea Fund

The Manitoba government is seeking innovative solutions from teachers, staff and school leaders to improve educational outcomes for all Manitoba students, through...

Province announces minor changes to current public health orders

The Manitoba government is making two amendments to the public health orders currently in effect until March 25, Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s...

Residents excited for Eveline Street reconstruction project

A survey of Selkirk residents to gauge their desires for a safer, more accessible Eveline Street showed strong support in addition to...

In-house planning will help make investing in Selkirk extremely easy

The City of Selkirk anticipates a move to providing planning services in-house will not only result in a cost savings to taxpayers...

Province is putting students first

The Manitoba government released its kindergarten to Grade 12 strategy with a focus on putting students first, Education Minister Cliff Cullen announced...

Manitoba Public Insurance working to continue safe vehicle repairs for Manitobans

Despite our efforts to work collaboratively, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has been unable to agree to terms with the Automotive Trades Association...

Manitoba announces release date of the Kindergarten to Grade 12 Review

After a year-long delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Manitoba government will be releasing the Manitoba K-12 Education Review and its...

Day light saving time resumes March 14

Day light saving time resumes at 2 p.m. on March 14, 2021.
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God loves you and is for you

Over the years, I have collected some very interesting sayings that churches have put on their outdoor changeable signboards.

Use less energy, save more money – Selkirk’s efficiency advocate will help

The City of Selkirk has become the first municipality in the province to receive funding for an Energy Efficiency Advocate who will...

Statement from premier Premier Pallister on the death of his Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh

On April 9, I was saddened to learn of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. From...