The Manitoba government will begin its annual ice cutting program this week on the Red River from Selkirk to Netley Marsh to reduce the potential impacts of ice-jam related flooding. The ice cutting and breaking work will start on Feb. 20 and is expected to be completed on March 15.
The Government of Manitoba has announced that new Statistics Canada data shows Manitoba has the lowest inflation rate in the country, mainly owing to the gas tax holiday.
The Manitoba government is continuing to honour the legacy of Louis Riel by the recent unveiling a new portrait designation recognizing him as the first premier of Manitoba.
The Manitoba government is ensuring Manitobans have continued access to adult education as a pathway to employment opportunities by introducing the Canadian Adult Education Credential (CAEC) to replace the General Educational Development (GED) tests.
The Independent Investigation Unit of Manitoba (IIU) has concluded its investigation into an incident that occurred while Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) officers were transporting an adult male from hospital.
Manitobans are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of winter festivities that celebrate the histories of francophone, Métis and First Nations people at the 55th edition of Festival du Voyageur.
Manitobans and visitors will be able to embrace winter and try ice fishing for free throughout the province during this year’s Winter Family Fishing Weekend.
Together, the governments of Canada and Manitoba are working to bring more health-care workers to the front lines, reducing wait times and delivering the best possible care to Manitobans.
Manitoba Health, Seniors and Long-Term Care reminds Manitobans it is not too late to protect themselves against COVID-19 or seasonal influenza by getting vaccinated. It is recommended people get their COVID-19 vaccine by the end of April to help ensure the recommended minimum intervals between doses in anticipation of the fall immunization campaign.
The Manitoba government is proud to congratulate the organizers and volunteers offering Manitobans a unique opportunity to experience the traditions and activities that celebrate the province’s northern wilderness at the 77th annual Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival.