Nov 19 - Today in Steinbach

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A Victory for Religious Freedom

I frequently hear from constituents who tell me that with Justin Trudeau and his Liberal majority at the helm, sometimes it seems like there’s no good news coming out of Ottawa.

On Parliament Hill: Posted by Ted Falk, MP Provencher

Ted Falk

mySteinbach News

Motorists reminded to remain alert for snowplows

Manitoba Infrastructure reminds motorists to adjust driving habits for winter road conditions and to always remain alert when following or approaching oncoming highway snowplows.

RCMP encouraging safety first when responding to alarms

The RCMP would like to emphasize the importance of taking precautionary measures when property owners or key-holders respond to residential or business alarms before the police arrive.

Former provincial Minister of Health to advocate for physicians and their patients

Doctors Manitoba has selected former provincial Minister of Health Theresa Oswald as its new Chief Executive Officer starting in January 2018.

Truck goes over side of bridge in the RM of Dufferin

A 73-year-old St. Claude man ended up in hospital with minor injuries after losing control of his pickup truck and going over the side of a bridge in the RM of Dufferin.

CBC Manitoba News

Person dies during armed forces training exercise in Manitoba

A person has died during a training exercise at an army base in Manitoba.

'Never a dull moment': Lawsuit, NAFTA claim, Fairfax partnership spur optimism, tension in Churchill

The future of the railway to Churchill remains uncertain after a week that involved a lawsuit, international trade challenge and a new, powerful player entering into the talks.

Teen involved in large fight before Valley Gardens stabbing, police say

Police have identified the victim of a stabbing in Valley Gardens on Saturday as an 18-year-old man.

Tough transit talk from Winnipeg mayor sounds like pre-budget political posturing

That's why Winnipeg Transit riders should not expect to actually see much of the pain the mayor promised will come when he presents the city's spending plans for 2018.

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