Manitoba Sustainable Development advises there is no immediate threat to Manitoba water from an oil spill on the North Saskatchewan River in Saskatchewan.
The Manitoba government has put a two-year freeze on increases to service fees and Crown land rental fees for cottages in provincial parks.
Manitoba Sustainable Development advises the emerald ash borer is an extremely destructive insect that has destroyed tens of millions of ash trees in North America and has been spreading into the north eastern United States, Quebec and Ontario.
Since May of this year, four people have died and dozens of others have been seriously injured, including a 6-year-old boy, as a result of collisions involving ATVs in Manitoba.
Manitoba is entering the second year of implementation of the Non-Essential Use of Pesticides Regulation and the province wants to hear from Manitobans about their experiences with this legislation.
Manitoba Agriculture hosted consultations with more than 100 stakeholder groups from Manitoba’s diverse agricultural industry today to facilitate discussion around industry strengths, as well as opportunities for improvement and growth.
Manitobans and visitors alike are invited to take advantage of free access to all provincial parks this weekend as part of the 27th annual Canada’s Parks Day celebrations.
Farmers at Keystone Agricultural Producers’ advisory council meeting in Brandon yesterday voted to support the Brandon Chamber of Commerce in its efforts to attract a large-scale soybean processing plant to Manitoba.
The province has reached an agreement with the federal government for additional research and analysis to be conducted on several proposals made by the province to further modernize the Canada Pension Plan.