With spring still five weeks away, and with a 12 per cent increase in collision claims reported last month, Manitoba Public Insurance is encouraging all motorists to stay in a winter-driving mode by always driving to road and weather conditions.
A new chair and directors have been appointed, and one existing director appointed to vice-chair, to the board of the Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council.
New provincial investments in equipment for technical vocational and industrial arts programs will help prepare students for good jobs and help Manitoba businesses meet growing demand for skilled workers.
The federal and provincial governments are investing more than $1.6 million in eight research projects dealing with a wide range of issues facing crop producers.
Manitoba Hydro is moving forward with building two transmission lines that will strengthen the reliability of southern Manitoba’s electricity supply after receiving an Environment Act Licence from the Province of Manitoba on January 30.
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Lawrence MacAulay and Farm Credit Canada announced a new loan for young entrepreneurs in the agriculture retail, manufacturing and food processing sectors.
Manitobans and visitors to the province are encouraged to participate in a weekend of free ice fishing during this year’s Winter Family Fishing Weekend from Feb. 18 to 20, 2017.
Canadian business that have dealings with customers in the U.S. are being advised to pay close attention to changes on the trade front.
Between February 1 and 2, 2017, the RCMP “D” Division Action Response Team was deployed in Norway House Cree Nation, Manitoba, where multiple officers focused on traffic enforcement.