Mar 25 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in Steinbach its -5°C and A few clouds

  • Feels Like: -10°C
  • Wind: E at 13km/h
  • Humidity: 98%
  • Pressure: 102.3 kPa

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Acupuncture Treatment for Pain and Inflammation

Acupuncture has been around for centuries, originating in China as far back as 100 BC. It has become one of the most widely used and accepted alternative therapies in the western world.

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

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Manitoba marks Earth Hour this weekend

The provincial government is encouraging all Manitobans to participate in Earth Hour 2017 on Saturday, March 25 from 8:30 to 9:30pm.

Pork producers call for clarity in animal care codes

The Chair of Manitoba Pork says pork producers are looking for more clarity as dates approach for final changes to Canada’s new Pig Code of Practice and its incorporation into the Canadian Pork Excellence program.

New opportunities for students to learn about agriculture

The federal and provincial governments are investing $25,000 to expand and create new opportunities for young people to learn about agriculture and food.

City reminds pet owners to be responsible

The City of Steinbach is offering up reminders to all pet owners about by-laws that have been setup to ensure proper control and licencing of animals.

Royal Manitoba Winter Fair Pork Quality Competition attracts full slate of entries

The Events Coordinator with the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba reports the 2017 Royal Manitoba Winter Fair Pork Quality Competition has attracted a full slate of entries.

CBC Manitoba News

Judge allows key DNA evidence to be used in Candace Derksen retrial

A Manitoba judge has decided to allow key DNA evidence to be presented in Mark Grant's retrial for the 1984 killing of Candace Derksen.

Ducks shut down Jets to pull away from Oilers in playoff race

Andrew Cogliano scored late in the second period, Jonathan Bernier made 17 saves and the Anaheim Ducks beat the Winnipeg Jets 3-1 on Friday night.

Police watchdog says no grounds for charges against officer who fell on suspect, breaking his collarbone

A Portage la Prairie RCMP officer did not use unnecessary or excessive force during a 2016 arrest in the Manitoba town that left the suspect with a broken collarbone, an independent investigation has determined.

Southern Manitoba flood risk down slightly, but southwest remains a concern

The risk of overland flooding in southern Manitoba has been downgraded by provincial flood forecasters but the southwestern corner of the province remains a major concern.

Dr. Joseph Du remembered as selfless advocate for community, revitalizing Winnipeg's Chinatown

Dr. Joseph Du, a longtime community leader in Winnipeg who advocated for social justice and whose vision helped build the city's Chinatown district, is being remembered as someone who gave everything of himself.