Jun 22 - Today in Steinbach

Currently in the City of Steinbach its 21°C

  • Feels Like: 21°C
  • Humidity: 36%
  • Wind: WSW at 31 gust 48 km/h
  • Pressure: 100.2 kPa

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Happy 150th Birthday Canada

This year our country celebrates its 150th birthday and it is incredible how much Steinbach and its surrounding area has changed during that time.

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

Kelvin Goertzen

mySteinbach News

La Broquerie man involved in serious vehicle collision

A La Broquerie man avoided serious injuries after being involved in a recent head-on collision near Sperling in the RM of Morris, Manitoba.

Police investigate convenience store theft

Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating a recent theft incident that occurred at the 7-Eleven store located on Brandt Street in Steinbach, Manitoba.

Local building damaged in vehicle collision

Steinbach RCMP are asking the public for assistance in identifying suspects responsible for a recent incident that caused significant damage to a local business vehicle and building.

Red River Mutual Golf Tournament raises $15,000 for the Firefighters’ Burn Fund

The 29th Annual Red River Mutual Golf Tournament, held on June 14th, 2017 at Pine Ridge Golf Course in Winnipeg, raised $15,000 for the Firefighters’ Burn Fund of Manitoba.

CBC Manitoba News

Man jumps on Winnipeg police car hood, gets arrested for convenience store robbery

A 27-year-old Winnipeg man is behind bars after robbing a convenience store and then jumping on a police car while asking officers to kill him, police said Thursday morning.

Pallister still 2nd-most popular premier in Canada despite rating dip, poll suggests

Brian Pallister may not be as popular with Manitobans as he once was, but with a 41 per cent approval rating, he remains in good standing compared to premiers in other provinces, a new Angus Reid poll suggests.

Churchill's main retailer to stop subsidizing food prices on June 25

Starting Sunday, Churchill’s main retailer says it will no longer subsidize grocery prices to cover the increased cost of shipping by air, more than three weeks after the northern Manitoba town lost rail service.


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