The City of Steinbach has released its annual Drinking Water Report for 2015 and is now available for residents to view.
While there’s a lot of fun to be had, some very real dangers come along with children playing in or near water – be it a lake, river or a backyard pool.
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.
On October 29, 2014, Killarney RCMP received a report of well contamination in two wells under construction in the RM of Argyle, Manitoba.
Although summer holidays are creeping towards an end, the hot, dry weather has warmed our lakes and made the beach a popular destination.
On April 27, 2013, at approximately 10pm, Ste. Rose du Lac RCMP and Ste. Rose Fire Department responded to a report of a father and daughter stuck in a low level water crossing.
The City of Steinbach has announced that the 2012 Annual Drinking Water Report is now available.
Representatives from the federal, provincial and municipal governments joined Niverville residents today to celebrate the completion of important upgrades to the town’s water treatment plant.