Apr 28 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in Steinbach its 10°C and Sunny

  • Feels Like: 10°C
  • Wind: N at 26km/h
  • Humidity: 16%
  • Pressure: 101.9 kPa

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All About Arthritis

The word “arthritis” literally means inflammation of the joints. Joints in the body occur where bones meet. Bone ends are covered by cartilage and are encased in a fluid-filled synovial membrane used to lubricate the joint.

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

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Police locate missing man

On Friday, April 28, 2017 at 8am, Steinbach RCMP received a report that a 78-year-old man was missing in the area of Giroux, Manitoba.

City announces community compost depots

The City of Steinbach is once again offering local residents the option of bringing compostable items to one of two community compost depots to be held every Saturday from May 13 until October 21, 2017.

Hanover Ag announces all inclusive events passport

Hanover Ag recently announced that new for this year is the Hanover Ag Events Passport, giving you full access to four great ag events held throughout the year.

Programs announced to help Manitobans recycle while at work and play

The Manitoba government and Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association provided details of three partnered initiatives that will continue to make it easier for Manitobans to recycle beverage containers in their workplace and while at the cottage or campsite.

MPI accepting Canadian Forces driver licences and identification cards

Manitoba Public Insurance is now accepting Canadian Forces driver licences and identification cards to help establish the identity of military personnel who relocate to Manitoba and apply for a Manitoba driver licence or identification card.

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Teen who waved gun at Portage and Main has 'done remarkably well' in recovery, court hears

A teenage girl who held a fake gun to her head in the middle of Winnipeg's busiest intersection last year has "done remarkably well" in seeking help and bringing her life on track, giving lawyers and the judge who sentenced her hope for her future.

78-year-old man found in ditch after seeking help for stuck car, spending night outside

A Steinbach, Man., senior is recovering in hospital after he left his stranded vehicle to get help on Thursday evening and wound up spending the night outside.

'We're all feeling it,' says organizer of Winnipeg vigil in honour of slain Sagkeeng First Nation teen

A group of Winnipeg supporters are planning a vigil to honour 19-year-old Serena McKay, 100 kilometres away from the community where she was found dead last weekend.

Manitoba minimum wage could rise 'in the very near future' after 2016 freeze

​The Manitoba government is hinting at an increase to the province's minimum wage following a freeze last year and another deadlock between labour and management advisers.

New Manitoba law aims to halt sex assaults at post-secondary schools

Manitoba's universities, colleges and other post-secondary institutions must follow new rules aimed at preventing and raising awareness of sexual violence and harassment involving students.