Oct 20 - Today in Steinbach

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Spiritual Health Care Week

I was honoured to be in the chapel at the Bethesda Regional Health Centre last Friday, to sign a proclamation announcing that October 17th – 23rd be named Spiritual Health Care week in Manitoba.

View From the Legislature: Posted by Kelvin Goertzen, Steinbach MLA

Kelvin Goertzen

mySteinbach News

Missing: Samantha Gabriel

St. Pierre-Jolys RCMP are asking the public for assistance in locating a missing female youth, 13-year-old Samantha Gabriel.

Ross Community Centre vandalized

On October 5, 2016, Steinbach RCMP received a report that some mischief occurred at the Community Centre located in Ross, Manitoba.

Police investigate cottage break-in

Steinbach RCMP recently received a report of that a break and enter had occurred at a cottage in the rural area of La Broquerie, just off of Road 47 E and 32 N.

Manitoba Pork applauds changes to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program

The Chair of Manitoba Pork says it appears adjustments being made by the new federal government to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program will make it more responsive to the needs of the pork industry.

Steinbach RCMP investigate trailer theft

Steinbach RCMP recently received a report that a trailer had been stolen from a location on the Trans Canada Highway in the RM of Ste. Anne, near Richer, Manitoba.

CBC Manitoba News

All hail the Queen: Portrait from Winnipeg Jets' old home on display at downtown bar

Winnipeg Jets fans who remember seeing the giant portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at the old arena can see Her Majesty once again, albeit briefly, outside a downtown pub.

Construction must begin on road after isolated reserve's ferry breaks down: chief

The chief of an isolated reserve under one of Canada's longest boil-water advisories says construction on a road linking his community to the outside world must begin now.

'They don't want to die': Families who lost loved ones to opiates say government must do more

Families who have lost loved ones to fentanyl and carfentanil overdoses are joining the NDP to demand a provincial plan to fight the rising use of opiates in Manitoba.

John Hastings missing for a year, say Winnipeg police

Police in Winnipeg are asking the public to help them find John Hastings, a 27-year-old man who has been missing for just over a year.

Sobeys closing IGA store in OCN, blames 'current economic situation'

Manitobans living in the Opaskwayak Cree Nation and The Pas are losing a place to buy their groceries, as the IGA store on the First Nation is closing in the coming weeks. The 47 people who work there will be out of a job.