Jun 23 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in the City of Steinbach its 26°C

  • Feels Like: 31°C
  • Humidity: 54%
  • Wind: ENE at 19 gust 29 km/h
  • Pressure: 100.6 kPa

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Community Collaboration

How does one manage when there is too much to do, especially when the “maintenance” items on the list are quite important and the “projects” are of high value? Strategic priority management, cooperation and diplomacy are helpful, perhaps even essential.

Village News: Posted by Barry Dyck, Mennonite Heritage Village, Steinbach

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Tools stolen from parked vehicle

Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating a theft incident where tools were stolen from a parked vehicle in Steinbach, Manitoba.

Health system transformation blueprint released

Steinbach MLA and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that the Manitoba government is moving forward with plans for broad health-system changes that will improve the quality, accessibility and efficiency of health-care services across the province.

Missing: Desirea Dawn Kennedy

St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP are asking the public for any information into the whereabouts of a missing female youth, 13-year-old Desirea Dawn Kennedy.

Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber rides with Richert in Slingshot Racing Cup

Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber, Obby Khan, rode with local racer David Richert this week for a couple rounds of the Slingshot Racing Cup at Gimli Motorsport Park.

CBC Manitoba News

Crosswalk where boy died could use 'aggressive treatment' with half-signal, says traffic expert

The crosswalk where eight-year-old Surafiel Musse Tesfamariam died after being hit on his way to school is in line for upgrades, but they might not go far enough, says a pedestrian safety expert.

Manitoba's first-ever Indigenous Film Summit happening Saturday

Ten years and several films later, Roger Boyer is holding the first ever Indigenous Film Summit in Winnipeg, Saturday at Le Cercle Molière on Provencher Boulevard.

Deaths and deceit: Churchill rail line has long track record of controversy

The ongoing turmoil surrounding the Hudson Bay rail line to Churchill somehow doesn't seem surprising, considering the troubled track's history is rooted in controversy.

Green spaces are important enough to be an election issue in Winnipeg

With election time coming soon, Winnipeg voters should let leaders know the vital importance of green space for the welfare of the city, says Susan Huebert.

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