Jan 24 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in Steinbach its -3°C and Overcast

  • Feels Like: -8°C
  • Wind: SW at 16km/h
  • Humidity: 88%
  • Pressure: 101.0 kPa

Featured Blog

Fiscal Challenge, Red Tape and Ambulance Fees

December was a busy month for Manitobans, from Christmas concerts to festive gatherings to preparing for the new year.

Trail Talking: Posted by Bob Lagassé, MLA for Dawson Trail.

Bob Lagasse

mySteinbach News

Lac du Bonnet RCMP investigate shooting

On January 22, 2017, at 2:20am, Lac du Bonnet RCMP received a report of a shooting that took place at a residence in the RM of Whitemouth, Manitoba.

Province committed to “Made in Manitoba” solution to climate change

Manitoba’s Agriculture Minister says the provincial government is committed to a “Made in Manitoba” solution for ensuring everyone in the province plays a role in addressing climate change.

Historic investment in Manitoba’s food-processing sector announced

The Manitoba government and Roquette announced a historic investment in the province’s food-processing industry, confirming the France-based company’s plans to build a new, $400-million pea-processing facility near Portage la Prairie.

KAP welcomes funding review

Keystone Agricultural Producers applauds the provincial government’s recent announcement that an immediate review of KAP’s funding system will take place.

Province celebrates 40th anniversary of Ag Days

Premier Brian Pallister and Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler attended the 40th anniversary of Ag Days to celebrate the effects of agriculture on Manitoba’s economy.

CBC Manitoba News

Gunshots prompt police to rush to West End street in Winnipeg

Four adults are in police custody after gunshots were fired in Winnipeg's West End.

Night hunting debate delivers Manitoba reeves to minister's door

Rural politicians from across southwestern Manitoba will convene in Winnipeg Tuesday with a united goal in mind – to shoot down night hunting.

IIU has closed 44 cases since launch 18 months ago

In its first 18 months and 70 cases, the Independent Investigation Unit has closed 44 investigations — leading to one police officer being charged.

'You are taking the food from my fridge': Indigenous hunter shoots down regulating night hunting

When Elissa Gabriel needs to feed her large family she heads out with her husband to go hunting – sometimes at night.

'It's awful really': Manitoba family seeks answers after pregnant cow shot in broad daylight

A family in the Rivers, Man., area is looking for answers after a cow was shot in the head not far from their house in thick fog.