Over the last eight years, nearly 2,000 impaired drivers have been taken off the road thanks to the Manitoba Public Insurance sponsored RoadWatch program.
On May 19, 2018, at approximately 6am, Flin Flon RCMP responded to a call of a disturbance at a location on Bellevue Avenue in Flin Flon, Manitoba.
The Manitoba government introduced Bill 29 – the wildlife amendment act (safe hunting and shared management), which would create a safer and more ethical hunting environment for all Manitobans.
The St. Norbert Farmers’ Market, one of Manitoba’s most popular summer destinations for local food and many other products, celebrated its 30th anniversary and the grand opening of another new improvement for visitors.
Steinbach MLA and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that nearly $16 million in specialized medical equipment will be purchased and installed at health-care facilities in Winnipeg, Brandon and Portage la Prairie.
With warmer temperatures beginning across much of the province, Manitoba Agriculture’s Office of the Chief Veterinary Officer reminds Manitobans to monitor their animals for signs of heat stress this summer.
Manitoba Sustainable Development advises that recent rains and an improved weather forecast has allowed some burning restrictions to be lifted in southeast Manitoba, while some other restrictions still remain due to the high risk of fires.
The Canada Border Services Agency reminds travelers to plan ahead for their Victoria Day weekend travel plans.
In the face of a possible softening pork demand pork producers are being advised to seize any opportunity to protect themselves during price rallies by forward contracting their production.