The City of Steinbach has announced that the 2020 annual drinking water report is now available for public viewing. According to the Drinking Water Safety Act, all municipalities must provide the public with the ability to access information related to the drinking water they consume.
Over the last five years in Manitoba, an estimated 60 vehicles have fallen through thin/unsafe ice during early December and spring, according to Manitoba Public Insurance. Ice fishing should be a fun activity – not life threatening.
The Manitoba government has established a new retail crime task force to support a safe and thriving retail community that benefits all Manitobans.
Rail Safety Week encourages Manitobans to increase awareness and understand the importance of safe practices around railways.
Manitoba Public Insurance is once again partnering with law enforcement agencies throughout the province to fund enhanced enforcement activities in and around schools over the month of September.
Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and following provincial guidelines, Hanover School Division will be closing their schools from March 23 through April 10, 2020.
Manitoba Infrastructure is urging people to be careful while venturing onto all rivers and streams in the province at this time of year, as temperature fluctuations could result in ice that is thinner than expected.
More police officers will be patrolling communities in eastern Manitoba as provincial sheriff’s officers take on full responsibility for transporting inmates to court and providing court security in the region.
Students attending the Kleefeld School will be returning to classes on Monday after Hanover School Division evacuated the school this past Friday for safety reasons stemming from a nearby gas line leak.