For many who have long called Steinbach or the southeast home, they would know that the communities they live in today are very different than the ones that they grew up in.
On Tuesday the spring session of the Manitoba Legislature wrapped up after one of the busiest legislative agendas in years.
Canada’s federal system of government, broken up into provinces and territories, and further divided into municipal levels of government, can at times seem pretty ununified.
For many Manitobans, the past couple of decades have been about moving from getting internet service to getting faster and faster service with a range of greater options.
For the first three months of this year, many Canadians watched as countries like Israel, Britain and the United States moved very quickly to both procure and distribute COVID19 vaccines.
The previously announced Steinbach COVID-19 vaccine super site is now officially scheduled to open on Tuesday May 18th.
New and expanded schools always bring a great sense of excitement for the students and staff who occupy the space but also to the entire community in which they are located.
For everyone, this past year has only been made easier because of the countless acts of kindness from friends and neighbours. On Tuesday, we saw this demonstrated not on an individual level, but on an international stage.
Last week the Manitoba Government unveiled the 2021-2222 provincial budget. While all budgets, whether in a home or for a province present challenges, this year was particularly difficult for all provinces.