Legislation introduced would improve the rent regulation system and better protect tenants by focusing on creating greater safety and stability for renters while reducing paperwork and red tape for landlords.
The province is taking a major step toward modernizing Manitoba’s liquor laws by introducing legislation that would provide more choice for consumers and reduce red tape for businesses, while making historic investments in responsible gaming and consumption initiatives.
The Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Hydrologic Forecast Centre reports the current moderate northeast winds will intensify in southern Manitoba today.
The provincial government is ensuring that seasonal agricultural workers participating in the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program have provincial health coverage while working in Manitoba.
The Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship Fire Program and the Office of the Fire Commissioner (OFC) advise that dry conditions and warmer weather have increased the fire risk in some areas of the province.
Ice continues to break up and melt on most of Manitoba’s large lakes. High winds can move broken or weakened ice around the lakes, creating a risk of ice pileup on windward shores.
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship is reminding people to Be Bear Smart in or near bear country as black bears are beginning to emerge from their dens.
After 38-years on the job, RCMP Selkirk Traffic Services officer Sgt. Larry Dalman has seen a lot. The veteran officer can easily remember many cases over the years where lives were taken away and shattered because of impaired drivers.
Strong winds caused a massive ice shift early Friday evening on Dauphin Lake, resulting in ice pushing up onto Ochre Beach along the southwest shore of the lake in the Rural Municipality of Ochre River.
Under proposed amendments to the Highway Traffic Act, each passenger would be required to occupy a seat in a motor vehicle and use the seatbelt provided, and passengers in wheelchairs would also need to be secured with a seatbelt.