Jan 22 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in the City of Steinbach its -4°C

  • Feels Like: -9°C
  • Humidity: 74%
  • Wind: E at 13 km/h
  • Pressure: 102.1 kPa

Featured Blog

Original Blessing

About a year ago, I wrote a series of essays on the topic of original sin, based on John E. Toews’ book, The Story of Original Sin.

Edgework: Posted by Jack Heppner, Steinbach

Jack Heppner

mySteinbach News

2017 Manitoba road fatalities second lowest in 35 years

With 73 people killed last year in 65 fatal collisions, 2017 was one of the safest years on Manitoba public roadways since 1982, based on preliminary analysis released by Manitoba Public Insurance.

RCMP continue to look for answers in murder of Cross Lake hockey player

Cross Lake RCMP continue to investigate the 2013 murder of Austin Monias, and are asking the public any type of information connected to this incident.

Manitoba supports Canadian participation in CPTTP

Manitoba’s Minister of Agriculture is hopeful Canada will move forward with an 11 nation Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Fatal workplace incident at Limestone Hydro Dam work site

On January 17, 2018, at approximately 9am, Gillam RCMP responded to a workplace incident at the Limestone Hydro Dam work site.

CBC Manitoba News

Shilo soldiers fined, reprimanded after drunken incident in Ukraine

Two soldiers based at CFB Shilo have been fined and reprimanded following an incident that occurred while the pair was deployed overseas last year.

Stella's apologizes after photo manipulated and posted to Instagram

A Winnipeg restaurant chain has apologized after a photo appeared on their social media feed, altered to remove political information and stolen from a local student.

Teenager sentenced for beating live streamed on Facebook

An adult looking to exchange sex for money is "despicable," but it doesn't excuse a beating that was live streamed on Facebook, a Manitoba provincial court judge says.

Winnipeg guitarist who left mother to die on floor pleads guilty to negligence

Ron Siwicki has pleaded guilty to criminal negligence after his injured 89-year-old mother was left to die on the floor of their shared Winnipeg home.

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Weekly Poll

Should the Liberal government remove the Canada Summer Jobs abortion caveat?

Justin Trudeau’s government will ban any employer from receiving the Canada Summer Jobs grant for students if an “attestation” agreeing with abortion and transgender “rights” isn’t signed. Should the Liberal government remove the caveat?