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Arrest made in break and enter investigation

A Swan River man is facing numerous theft-related charges after being arrested by police earlier this week.

Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle returned to wild near Ile des Chenes

MP Ted Falk and Bob Stefaniuk released a Bald Eagle back into the wild at the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre near Ile des Chenes yesterday, making this the second rehabilitated Bald Eagle released back into the wild this year.

Peak of the Market processing capacity expanded

A new, $4-million processing system at Peak of the Market will ensure Manitoba-grown vegetables are shipped to consumers efficiently and with even higher quality.

Travis Sukkau

Missing: Travis Sukkau

Manitou RCMP, along with Winkler Police Services are asking the public for any information connected to a missing teen, 19-year-old Travis Sukkau.

Headingley RCMP investigate collision on Highway 3

On October 22, 2014, at approximately 2:05pm, Headingley RCMP received a report of a motor vehicle collision involving a semi-trailer and a car on Highway 3, between Sanford and Oak Bluff, Manitoba.

Risk of PED underscores value of swine traceability

The manager of industry and policy analysis with Sask Pork says the ability to track the movement of infectious diseases such as Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea is demonstrating the value of Canada’s new swine traceability system.

Cancer hub opens in Steinbach

The Manitoba government has reached a milestone in improving access to cancer treatment for rural families with the opening of the province’s final rural cancer hub in Steinbach.

Semi-trailer collision on Highway 110

On October 22, 2014, at approximately 11:45am, Brandon RCMP received a report of a semi-trailer colliding with a railway overpass on Highway 110, east of Brandon, Manitoba.

Hylife visit

Goertzen visits Hylife in Neepawa

Steinbach MLA, Kelvin Goertzen, spent this past Tuesday in Neepawa at the invitation of Hylife representatives Dennis Vielfaure, Don Janzen and Guy Beaudry.

U.S. urged to respect trade obligations as it expects other nations to respect trade obligations

A past chair of the Canadian Pork Council is calling on the U.S. government to respect its obligations under free trade agreements as it expects other nations respect their commitments.

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