Jun 28 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in the City of Steinbach its 18°C

  • Feels Like: 18°C
  • Humidity: 85%
  • Wind: ENE at 6 km/h
  • Pressure: 100.4 kPa

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New Hydro Rates and Solar Panels

Readers may recall my recent article about resilience and the huge personal debts most people seem to have. Manitoba Hydro has taken on huge debts as well such that it is having difficulty servicing those debts and as a result Hydro says it will need to raise rates.

Rethinking Lifestyle: Posted by Eric Rempel, Steinbach

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Province enhances support for Manitobans facing opioid addictions

Steinbach MLA and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen, announced that Manitobans recovering from opioid addictions will receive new support with the removal of coverage criteria for suboxone to the Manitoba Pharmacare Program.

Drugs and imitation firearm seized by RCMP

On the evening of June 23, 2017, Manitoba RCMP Traffic Services, along with members of the St-Pierre-Jolys and Oakbank RCMP detachments, set up a Checkstop on Highway 1 at PR 207.

Co-op donates $125K to Wildlife Haven Education Centre

Co-op is pitching in to make the Wildlife Haven Education Centre’s new facility in Ile des Chênes come to life – receiving a $125,000 donation through Co-op Community Spaces program.

Steinbach woman charged with impaired driving

A Steinbach area woman is facing impaired driving charges after she rear-ended an SUV at a local intersection in Steinbach, Manitoba.

CBC Manitoba News

Tina Fontaine's alleged killer drops complaint against Winnipeg police

The man charged with second-degree murder in the death of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine, whose body was found in the Red River in 2014, has dropped his formal complaint against Winnipeg police.

New health organization will centralize Manitoba's ambulance services, take over HSC operations

The Manitoba government will create a new health organization to help co-ordinate service delivery and planning across the province.

Turfed director resurfaces at city hall, renewing questions about his departure

Former public works director Lester Deane shows up in the very same committee room where CAO Doug McNeil, the man who took responsibility for getting rid of him, spoke to councillors.

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