Manitoba Natural Resources and Northern Development are reporting that conservation officers, through a variety of enforcement activities, have fined and ticketed numerous individuals for illegal activities during the months of January through March, 2023.
Lac du Bonnet RCMP are reporting that as the result of a recent search warrant execution, officers were able to seize an RCMP-issued firearm that was stolen back in 2019.
The Manitoba government is welcoming appointees to a joint task force focused on reducing administrative burdens on physicians, recognizing this work will help ensure doctors have more time to provide care for patients and help to reduce physician burnout.
The Hanover School Division Board of Trustees has approved the 2023-24 school year budget. The new budget invests $105.9 million in the education of students.
The Manitoba government is hailing a $30-million private sector investment that will create 300 new jobs over the next three years, and bolster both the regional economy and the province’s burgeoning film and production industry.
The Independent Investigation Unit (IIU) is investigating a motor vehicle collision involving a Winnipeg Police Service vehicle and a civilian vehicle.
This October, Manitoba minimum wage earners will be making $3.35 per hour more than they were in September 2022 following iterative increases that position Manitoba as one of the top minimum wage provinces in Canada.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre reports a major risk of flooding on the Red River and low to moderate risk of flooding in most Manitoba basins in its March spring outlook. Spring flood risk largely depends on weather conditions from now until the spring melt.
The Manitoba government is providing $1.53 million in annual operating funding to Velma’s House to assist the facility in better supporting sexually exploited adult women, and survivors of gender-based violence in Manitoba.