One individual in the Steinbach area, who attended a church service just outside of the city, has been fined after attending a large church gathering in direct violation of public health orders. The province said that this fine as well as many more are part of ongoing enforcement efforts to protect Manitobans from the spread of COVID-19.
A Steinbach area man is facing charges after RCMP seized a sawed-off shotgun resulting from a recent search warrant execution.
Steinbach RCMP are currently investigating a theft incident where a motorcycle had been stolen from a residence in Steinbach, Manitoba.
As sweeping COVID-19 restrictions took effect this past week, the Steinbach Chamber of Commerce is encouraging residents to stay safe, follow provincial health orders and support local as best they can.
The actions on display in Steinbach yesterday were incredibly unfortunate, dangerous and wrong. The message from Dr. Brent Roussin and our government has been clear – we need every Manitoban to follow the direction of public health officials so we can get our COVID numbers under control.
The City of Steinbach is aware of the promotion of an anti-mask rally currently being circulated in the community and strongly advises all residents to follow Public Health orders.
Over the next couple of months, Manitoba Public Insurance will provide 25 highly visible speed display boards in 13 communities, including Steinbach, thanks to a pilot road safety partnership between the public auto insurer and various municipalities.
Steinbach RCMP have wrapped up four separate patrols as part of an initiative to crack down on at-risk driving behaviours within Steinbach and the local area.
Steinbach RCMP are investigating a recent incident where a quantity of gas was stolen from the Brandt Street Coop on October 17, 2020, at approximately 12pm.