Feb 24 - Today in Steinbach

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Expert Suggestions for Heart Health

With over 20 years of experience in the holistic health and wellness field Nelson Narciso, DNM, is a holistic nutritionist, herbalist, Reiki practitioner and member of the Examining Board of Natural Medicine Practitioners and the Canadian Society for Orthomolecular Medicine.

Healthy Living Makes a Difference: Submitted by Pamela Thiessen, Steinbach

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mySteinbach News

Stony Mountain inmate seriously assaulted

Stonewall RCMP are currently investigating a serious assault incident that occurred at Stony Mountain Correctional Institution.

Prospects of new trade and tax policy pressures hog markets

The Director of Risk Management with h@ms Marketing Services blames uncertainty over trade for this week’s dramatic drop in lean hog futures.

Province provides emergency supports for refugee claimants

The Manitoba government is working with municipal officials, non-profit settlement organizations and charities to provide emergency relief for refugee claimants crossing the Manitoba border into Canada.

Manitoba slaughter hog numbers show early signs of rebounding

The General Manager of Manitoba Pork reports the province’s pork industry is seeing the first signs of a rebound in the number of hogs available for processing.

River users advised to stay clear of ice-cutting machines

Manitoba Infrastructure reminds river users to observe warning signs and stay clear of equipment as ice-cutting machines and icebreakers take to the north Red River between Netley Creek and Netley Lake north of Selkirk starting today.

CBC Manitoba News

Manitoba looks to get rid of preliminary inquiries to deal with court backlog

Two justices, a judge and the attorney general of Manitoba want Ottawa to change the criminal code so the province can conduct a four-year experiment on the justice system and see if it helps reduce court backlogs.

Bowman welcomes Uber, promises to reduce red tape at state of the city speech

Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman used his annual state of the city speech to express support for ride-sharing services like Uber, promise to reduce the red tape associated with permits and say he's made progress on reopening Portage and Main to pedestrians.

Family plans birthday vigil for Manitoba teen with autism killed in foster care

Lydia Whitford's sister Jessica is inviting the public to light a candle for her on her birthday as her family continues to search for answers.

Teghan's top 5 things to do this weekend in Winnipeg (Feb. 24-26)

If you want to hide indoors, there’s a comedy showcase at the Park Theatre on Friday, a small film fest on Sunday and a theatrical ode to Agatha Christie all weekend long courtesy of the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre.

Brandon man, 60, charged with sexually assaulting 2 youth

A 60-year-old Brandon man has been charged with sexual assault after touching a girl in an "inappropriate manner" and making a second youth touch his exposed genitals, police say.