Thompson RCMP are seeking public assistance in locating a missing man, 25-year-old Cody Kyle Merasty.
Steinbach MLA and Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that the Manitoba government is investing $24 million over four years to help sector councils provide workforce training and develop human resource services.
Twelve Manitobans, whose contributions encompass a broad range of endeavours and accomplishments, will soon receive the Order of Manitoba, the province’s highest honour.
The province is providing more than $546,000 to support new resources for RCMP detachments across the province including $200,000 to expand the use of the HealthIM assessment tool and significant investments to make communities safer.
New body scanning technology that will keep drugs and other contraband out of Manitoba jails is now fully operational at correctional centres in Winnipeg, Brandon and The Pas.
The province is celebrating International Museum Day by encouraging Manitobans to take advantage of the opportunity to explore Manitoba’s history with a visit to a museum.
As part of Budget 2019, the province is investing nearly $10 million for capital projects in the provincial park system, while supporting the nature pillar of the Manitoba Climate and Green Plan.
More than 2,200 impaired drivers have been taken off the roads over the last 10 years thanks to the Manitoba Public Insurance sponsored RoadWatch program.
As part of its new five year plan, the Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network will focus on the creation of a swine health data repository.