The Manitoba government, through the Office of the Fire Commissioner, is once again offering the Smoke Alarm for Every Family (S.A.F.E. Family) program, in partnership with the Manitoba Firefighters’ Burn Fund.
Steinbach MLA and Justice Minister Kelvin Goertzen, announced that the Manitoba government is introducing regulatory changes to require vendors who sell bear repellent to obtain photo identification and validate customer information before sales can be completed.
Steinbach MLA and Justice Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that the Manitoba government has signed a one-year contract with Devon Clunis, former chief of the Winnipeg Police Service and former inspector general of policing for the Ontario government, to lead a collaborative approach in the development and implementation of the Manitoba Public Safety Training Strategy.
With little ghosts and goblins out in search of tricks and lots of delicious treats this Halloween, MPI is encouraging road users of all ages to do their part to keep pedestrians safe.
Manitoba Municipal Relations, through the Office of the Fire Commissioner (OFC), has issued a recall notice on carbon dioxide (CO2) portable fire extinguishers serviced by Steinbach Fire Protection.
With the summer season now officially here, the Manitoba RCMP would like to remind everyone to stay safe out on the water. For those of you who enjoy being out on a boat, paddle board, kayak, canoe, etc, please remember that water temperatures are still cold even though air temperatures are rising.
With above-normal temperatures expected across most of southern Manitoba starting Saturday, June 18, and continuing over the weekend into early next week, Manitoba Health advises everyone is at risk from the effects of heat.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure is advising Manitobans to take precautions and prepare for a major spring blizzard expected to impact southern and central Manitoba starting today.
Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre is advising the public to stay off the Assiniboine River between Shellmouth Dam and Portage la Prairie as the ice surface may weaken or crack and become hazardous following the reduction in flows from the Shellmouth Reservoir.
The Hydrologic Forecast Centre of Manitoba Transportation and Infrastructure is advising the public of hazardous ice conditions on rivers, lakes, drainage ditches and retention ponds throughout Manitoba as the spring thaw commences.