Aug 22 - Today in Steinbach

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Closing out the Canada Summer Games

After the incredible opening ceremonies held at Winnipeg’s Bell MTS Place, Manitoba played host to sixteen days of competitive events featuring athletes, coaches, volunteers and spectators from around the country.

View From the Legislature: Posted by Kelvin Goertzen, Steinbach MLA

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Additional federal health-care funding secured

Steinbach MLA and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that Manitoba has secured an additional $10.9 million in federal health funding and commitments to support key provincial priorities.

Support within U.S. key to successful NAFTA renegotiation

The Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute says strong American support for NAFTA, particularly within the agricultural community, will play an important role in the renegotiation of agreement.

Tom Cochrane honoured with highway designation

“Life is a Highway” road signs were unveiled this past weekend honouring the Lynn Lake-born singer Tom Cochrane along a 322-kilometre section of PR 391 connecting Lynn Lake and Thompson.

Investments in research technology at the University of Manitoba to help Manitoba dairy industry

The governments of Canada and Manitoba are partnering to invest more than $1.4 million to expand scientific research capacity at the University of Manitoba’s Glenlea Research Station dairy barn.

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'Unprecedented' spike in Winnipeg firearm seizures, say concerned cops

It's only August, but so far in 2017 police have seized nearly a year's worth of guns.

Manitoba final province to sign health-care pact with feds

The province has signed a health-care funding agreement with the federal government after holding out for nearly a year.

Pharmacy fees won't be passed on to patients, say pharmacists

Patients who thought they might be on the hook for hundreds of dollars in pharmacy dispensing and compounding fees may be able to breathe a sigh of relief. On Monday, the province clarified an exemption policy for patients who receive specialty medications that cost more than the provincially allowed amount to dispense.

Health minister thankful for semi-private MRI clinic proposal in Niverville

Manitoba's health minister said he is "thankful and supportive" Niverville is proposing the creation of a for-profit magnetic resonance imaging clinic.

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