A total of eight rural police agencies, including Ste. Anne, are conducting dedicated enforcement campaigns aimed primarily at speeding motorists, thanks to funding provided by Manitoba Public Insurance. The campaign began this month and will continue into the fall.
The Steinbach Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host an online Town Hall Forum discussing Manitoba’s Reopening Plan with the Honourable Kelvin Goertzen and Dr. Curtis Krahn on Thursday, June 17, 2021.
The City of Steinbach is reminding the public that businesses continue to remain open on along Brandt Street within the current construction zone – First Street to Lumber Avenue.
A 24-year-old Steinbach man has recently drowned as the result of a swimming incident that occurred at Reynolds Pond, near Richer, Manitoba.
The City of Steinbach has decided to postpone plans for its 2021 Canada Day celebration normally held on July 1. Less than a month away, provincial public health restrictions are not anticipated to allow for this type of event.
On June 2, 2021, Steinbach RCMP, in conjunction with the RCMP police dog service, were conducting a training day in Steinbach. Steinbach has had an operational police service dog and dogmaster for the last five plus years. During the time that they have been protecting the community there has been an outpouring of community support.
Six people in Steinbach recently received fines totalling over $7000, after breaking public health orders by gathering on a Main Street parking lot.
The City of Steinbach has announced that concrete repair work on Park Road West from PTH 12 to EG Penner Building Centre has begun today, Thursday, June 3.
Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting above normal temperatures in Manitoba starting today and persisting into early next week. This system will bring hot conditions to southern Manitoba, with some areas experiencing extreme heat for several days.