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.
Following a competitive tendering process, the Manitoba government has signed a memorandum of understanding with Xplornet Communications Inc. to connect more than 125,000 unserved or underserved Manitobans to reliable, high-speed internet services.
The Manitoba government is launching an online public engagement to consult with Manitobans on improvements to the Louis Riel Bridge on Provincial Road (PR) 305 in Ste. Agathe.
The Canada Infrastructure Bank, Valley Fiber Limited and DIF Capital Partners have signed an agreement in principle to invest a total of $260 million to increase broadband through the Southern Manitoba Fibre project. It is expected that up to 49,000 households could benefit from the project.
The Manitoba government has released a new report that reflects the perspective of more than 350 Manitobans who participated in a consultation to make safety improvements on Provincial Trunk Highway 52 in Mitchell, Manitoba.
Manitoba Infrastructure is advising that work is beginning on PTH 100 (Perimeter Highway) to replace the median barrier between Portage Avenue and the Assiniboine River, and that some traffic delays may occur.
The Manitoba government has completed an initial review of PTH 12 at the PR 210 intersection and has decided to apply immediate interim safety enhancements to the intersection.
The Manitoba government is launching an online public engagement to receive input on safety improvements for Provincial Trunk Highway 52 in Mitchell, Manitoba.
The Manitoba government is releasing its South Perimeter Highway Design Study to guide safety improvements to Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 100.