Manitoba Parks is advising of changes to flood-related closures and advisories at some provincial parks. Flood conditions continue to pose a risk to public safety. All visitors are reminded to check and carefully monitor conditions prior to heading to provincial parks.
Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating the theft of a Garmin fish finder. The fish finder was attached to a boat located in the Thurston Drive area near Ste. Anne, Manitoba.
Police Service Dog, Mocha, recently assisted Beausejour and Lac Du Bonnet RCMP in tracking down a suspect that had recently fled police. The suspect was subsequently arrested and is facing multiple charges in connection to the incident.
Health Minister Audrey Gordon announced that the Manitoba government is seeking feedback from Manitobans on emerging COVID-19 vaccination plans for young children.
RCMP are reporting that a recent traffic stop in Dauphin, Manitoba has led to the arrest of a 40-year-old man and seizure of methamphetamine, cocaine, cash and drug related paraphernalia.
The Manitoba government has officially opened the expanded state-of-the-art welding shop at Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) after a $4.5-million investment from the province.
Manitoba Parks is announcing the end of the evacuation order of Whiteshell Provincial Park’s Betula Lake area to coincide with the opening of Provincial Road (PR) 307.
Steinbach RCMP are reporting that a 23-year-old Steinbach man has recently been served a $901 fine after he was caught speeding at a rate of 65 km/h over the posted speed limit.
The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba (IIU) is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred June 15, 2022, on the Trans-Canada Highway near Portage la Prairie.
More than $16 million in new funding will be invested this year to expand staffing and training in personal care homes (PCHs), aligned with the Manitoba government’s commitment to fulfill all recommendations of the Stevenson Review.