Sep 29 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in Steinbach its 8°C and Fog

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Featured Blog

25 Years of Organic at Glenlea

Last Friday I joined others at the University of Manitoba research station at Glenlea for a 25 year anniversary celebration.

Rethinking Lifestyle: Posted by Eric Rempel, Steinbach

Eric Rempel

mySteinbach News

RCMP respond to shooting incident

On September 27, 2016, just before 11pm, Brandon RCMP responded to a shooting incident in a rural wooded area located in the RM of Riverdale, Manitoba.

Manitoba winter cereal acre numbers on par with last year

Manitoba Agriculture reports the number of acres of fall seeded cereal crops planted in the province this year has been about on par with that of last year.

Flag display coming to Steinbach, representing human lives ended by abortion

More than 100 volunteers are coming together this weekend at A.D. Penner Park in Steinbach to plant 100,000 pink and blue flags – representing human lives ended by abortion every year in Canada.

Theft at City of Steinbach compound

Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating two break-ins at a City of Steinbach compound, resulting in the theft of several work-related items.

Service a priority during City Hall construction

Renovations to expand City Hall in Steinbach are well underway, including the completion of temporary office space for the City’s Engineering, Planning and Zoning staff.

CBC Manitoba News

Muslim charity 'moved' to help Shamattawa, after fire destroyed their only grocery store

A Muslim charity says it was moved into action after a fire destroyed the only grocery store in the northern Manitoba community of Shamattawa last week.

Manitoba Hydro to hike electricity rates, cut staff

Years of low rates and infrastructure investment are how Manitoba Hydro dug a deep hole of debt it needs to get out of soon.

Patients warned after bacteria found at Winnipeg hospital

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is warning patients after a bacteria was found in its water supply.

Sixties Scoop survivors say birth records 'mysteriously' lost or destroyed

When Lori Ann O'Cheek went in search of her birth records, she was told her files burned in a fire. When Carla Williams asked for her birth records, she too was told they burned in a fire.

Winnipeg woman boycotts Ivanka Trump clothing line, urges others to do same

A Winnipeg woman said she is boycotting all clothing and fashion products made by Ivanka Trump after watching the U.S. presidential debate Monday night.