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Manitoba 2014 Flood Bulletin – 11

The Red River has crested in Winnipeg. The forecast crest was 19 feet at James Avenue in Winnipeg. It reached 19.17 ft. at 2 a.m., elevated due to a surge in flows along the Red River when the ice released south of Winnipeg.

Mennonite Heritage Village Museum

New jobs created for Provencher youth

Ted Falk, MP for Provencher, announced that students in Provencher will have access to summer jobs to help them gain valuable skills and work experience.

RCMP investigate fatal collision near Dauphin

On April 18, 2014, at approximately 12:20am, officers from the Dauphin RCMP Detachment were called to the scene of a two-vehicle collision on Municipal Road 151, approximately eight kilometres north of Dauphin.

Steinbach garage sale parking reminder

The City of Steinbach would like to remind the public that there are no exemptions from parking laws while attending garage sales in Steinbach

Swine traceability expected to provide advantages in animal disease response, food safety and market access

The introduction of Swine Traceability is expected to give Canada’s pork industry an advantage in terms of animal disease response, food safety and market access.

Manitoba 2014 Flood Bulletin – 10

The ice on the Red River in the city of Winnipeg has released and continues to move through the city.

Arrest made in 2011 homicide

On April 16, 2014, RCMP charged a 19-year-old male from Wabowden with first degree murder for the death of Heather Mallett in June of 2011.

Revised Pig Code of Practice well accepted

The chair of the National Farm Animal Care Council’s Pig Code Development Committee reports reaction to Canada’s revised Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Pigs has been positive.

Manitoba 2014 Flood Bulletin – 09

The Portage Diversion is being operated for management of ice on the lower Assiniboine River as per established protocols.

Province to introduce legislation that would ban flavoured tabacco products marketed to children

The province will build on its ongoing commitment to reduce smoking rates and protect the health of Manitobans by introducing proposed amendments to the Non-Smokers Health Protection Act that would ban the sale of flavoured tobacco products, including cigars and cigarettes, marketed to children.

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