Sep 19 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in the City of Steinbach its 19°C

  • Feels Like: 19°C
  • Humidity: 73%
  • Wind: ESE at 16 gust 28 km/h
  • Pressure: 100.2 kPa

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Education Equals Bright future

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mySteinbach News

Reg Toews to lead implementation process for paramedic self-regulation

Steinbach MLA and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that Reg Toews will lead the implementation of paramedic self-regulation in Manitoba.

Public invited to take part in new surveys on mental health, addictions

Steinbach MLA and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that Manitobans are invited to take part in surveys on mental health, substance use and addictions challenges in Manitoba as part of the development of a mental health and addictions strategy.

NAFTA negotiators expected to address less contentious issues first

The acting Executive Director of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance expects the less contentious issues under the North American Free Trade Agreement to be dealt with first before negotiators move on to the more contentious issues.

Province proclaims The Protecting Children (Information Sharing) Act

The Manitoba government has proclaimed The Protecting Children (Information Sharing) Act, which gives service providers the ability to collect and share personal information about at-risk children, their parents and legal guardians.

CBC Manitoba News

Details emerge of Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew's assault, drunk-driving charges

As new Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew finished his first day on the job, more details emerged about his 2003 arrests for assault and drunk driving. CBC has reviewed the audio record of Kinew's sentencing in September 2004.

Shamattawa students to receive 'take home packages': INAC

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada says it's aware of the shortage of teachers in Shamattawa First Nation, and is working with the community to minimize the disruption to students.

Owner of Portage and Main tower denied right to expand surface lot

The company that owns Winnipeg's tallest office tower has been denied the right to expand a surface parking lot within barricade-hopping distance of Portage and Main.

Amber Trails expanding with 8 more classrooms

A school in Seven Oaks School Division built in 2015 is already so overcrowded it will receive several additional classrooms by December.

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