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.
The Canada Border Services Agency has announced that they will be working on a pilot project in Manitoba with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to enhance officer knowledge and training for identifying situations involving missing, sexually abused and exploited children.
A Mitchell Middle School student has won the annual fire safety contest put on by the Office of the Fire Commissioner and Firefighters Burn Fund.
Earlier this month, the grade two students in Bothwell School got a visit from Sparky as part of the “Travelling Sparky Program”.
Manitoba has implemented changes to the provincial building and fire codes as a result of recommendations from the Fire Safety Task Force.
Wheelchair passengers will be safer during transportation under changes to the Highway Traffic Act that came into December 1, 2015.
Red River Mutual and The Firefighters’ Burn Fund along with members of the community came together to help replace the hard wired heat detectors and smoke alarms at the Kiddie Sunshine Centre, a local nursey school.
Halloween is here again and the RCMP want to remind everyone about some simple tips to make your night both safe and fun.
The Manitoba government is launching an updated five-year framework to guide work and further enhance patient safety across the province.