Nov 24 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in the City of Steinbach its 5°C

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  • Wind: SSW at 19 km/h
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Featured Blog

Chronic Disease Innovation Centre Grand Opening

I had the honour of attending the Grand Opening of the Seven Oaks Hospital Chronic Disease Innovation Centre last week, with my colleague Nic Curry, MLA for Kildonan.

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

Kelvin Goertzen

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Manitoba Beef Producers pleased with Throne Speech

Manitoba Beef Producers was pleased with the provincial government’s continued support of agriculture as a handful of positive developments emerged from the Nov. 21 Throne Speech.

Border crossing tips for Black Friday

With the holiday season around the corner, the Canada Border Services Agency is reminding all cross-border and online shoppers of their responsibilities when importing goods to Canada.

Police looking to identify grocery thieves

Steinbach RCMP are asking the public for help in identifying two suspects involved in a recent grocery theft incident that occurred at the Real Canadian Superstore in Steinbach, Manitoba.

Vehicle stolen from local dealership

Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating a recent vehicle theft incident that occurred at a local dealership located on Highway 12 in Steinbach, Manitoba.

CBC Manitoba News

Dad living in cockroach-infested public housing dreams of better home when national funding comes in 2020

A Winnipeg dad who struggles to get by is welcoming a new national housing strategy that would see families like his receive a rent subsidy, but for now, will continue to live in public housing that’s infested with cockroaches and bedbugs.

Winnipeg woman searches for child whose heritage was hidden when she gave him up in 1979

Lynn Paul wants to fill a hole in her life that's been there since she gave up her baby for adoption in 1979 — and fill a hole in his knowledge about himself.

Winnipeg cop asked sex-trade worker if she wanted to 'hang out' and 'get high,' court told

A former sex-trade worker told court Thursday she was harassed by a Winnipeg police officer who repeatedly called her at home to see if she wanted to "hang out" and "get high."

Successful Manitoba program that keeps offenders from going back to jail rewarded with $900K in funding

The Momentum Centre's "wrap-around" support for people coming out of prison has produced results: just 15 per cent of participants in its current program have reoffended, much lower than average of 70 per cent.

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