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Chris Sumner

You Can Register Online For Provincial Election

Toward the end of 2017, legislation was passed to call for Elections Manitoba to make a permanent list of voters. Elections Manitoba Manager of Communications and Public Information Alison Mitchell ex... read more..

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Chris Sumner

GVSD Approves Updated Five-Year Capital Plan

The Garden Valley School Division has made only some small changes to its five year capital plan. Each year divisions are tasked by the Public Schools Finance Board to update their capital requests. ... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Winkler Hoping To Reboot Community Safety Officer Program

The Community Safety Officer (CSO) position in Winkler is vacant as the city searches for a new staff member. Winkler Mayor Martin Harder explains the former CSO left earlier this year. In the mean t... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Western School Division Hopeful For "Locked-In" Lead Testing Rates

School divisions and public buildings in Manitoba have been asked by the provincial government to start lead testing all of their water fountains on a regular schedule. "It's something we've done in ... read more..

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Chris Sumner

New Evidence Suggests Daily Aspirin May Not Be For Everybody

A popular method for preventing heart attack and stroke may no longer be an option for some older adults. Dr. Michael Routledge, Medical Officer of Health for Southern Health-Sante Sud, explains ther... read more..

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Chris Sumner

UPDATE - Two Arrested After Violent Friday Morning Assault In Winkler

A man and a woman have been arrested in connection with a violent assault on 3rd Street South in Winkler. Winkler Police responded to the scene near Royal Crescent early Friday morning, and found a 2... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Highway 75 May Still Close Even With Red Peak Forecast Below 2011

In the latest update from the Manitoba Hydrologic Forecast Centre, the Red River is expected to crest at Emerson between April 23rd and 25th at a level slightly less than 2011. The peak at Morris is e... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Palliative Care Receives Boost From Low-German Comedy

The popularity of the Rhineland Low German Drama Group productions often means standing-room-only. However, the cast wanted to share their success with the Boundary Trails Health Centre (BTHC) Palliat... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Local Nurse Helping Heal The Poor Aboard 'Africa Mercy'

Laura Klassen.A local nurse has returned home after helping give sight to the blind in Africa. Laura Klassen spent seven months volunteering aboard the Africa Mercy, the world's largest civilian hosp... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Spring Cleaning Includes The Medicine Cabinet

Expired medications can be ineffective or potentially dangerous, which is why it's vital to dispose of them correctly. "Once medication expires it either loses its effectiveness, or some medications ... read more..

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Ryan Funk

More Daylight Promotes Health

As spring progresses, we're seeing longer days, which means more daylight. The executive director of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Central Region says that's good news for the mental ... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Morden/Winkler Send Out Call For Volunteers For 2019 U-18 Championship

A call to action has been issued by Morden and Winkler, looking for volunteers. The two communities will co-host the National Women's Under-18 Hockey Championship this November. This is a massive exp... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Losses Minimal For Beekeepers After Harsh Winter

A local beekeeper is in eager anticipation of the telltale signs of spring. Currently, Josh Wiebe of Border Hills Honey Ltd. has been moving his hives out of their overwinter shelters, assessing loss... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Understanding The Importance Of Immunization

What's Your Understanding About Immunization? National Immunization Awareness Week begins this weekend on April 20th and runs until the 27th. Immunize Canada launched the week back in the 90s to keep... read more..

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Ryan Funk

New Provincial Funding "Does Not Impact Bottom Line" For Genesis House

The Manitoba government is providing $176,000 in new funding through the Family Violence Prevention Program to support women's resource centres in Winnipeg and Brandon. The announcement was made earli... read more..

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Ryan Funk

PVCD Part Of First Announced Funded Projects

Forty-one projects will be receiving funding from the $102 million Conservation Trust, with two being from the Pembina Valley Conservation District. The projects include $4,000 for the conservation o... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Provincial Strategy Sets the Stage for Tourism Industry

Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen announced today that the provincial government has partnered with Travel Manitoba and the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce to launch a new Provincial... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

One Man In Custody After Serious Assault In Winkler

Winkler Police Service says one adult male is in custody after a serious assault in the area of 3rd St. South and Royal Crescent Friday morning. Police say the incident remains under investigation. ... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Altona/Rhineland Emergency Services Off To Busy Start To The Year

Members of Altona/Rhineland Emergency Services have responded to an usually high number of calls for service since the start of the year. Fire Chief Greg Zimmerman says year-to-date, the department h... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Entrepreneurial Excellence Celebrated in Altona

Business excellence was in the spotlight Thursday evening as the Altona and District Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual awards banquet. Taking home the award in the 11 employees or less category w... read more..

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Chris Sumner

PPC Leader Hoping To Tap Into Manitoba Votes

The Leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) was in Brandon on Wednesday drumming up support for his new party. Maxime Bernier left the Conservative Party last year over philosophical and policy ... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Leaky Portion Of GVC Roof To Get Replaced

A large portion of the roof at Garden Valley Collegiate in Winkler will be getting replaced. The Public Schools Finance Board (PSFB) has approved a complete removal and replacement of the section of r... read more..

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Candace Derksen

Altona Honours Outstanding Citizens

A lifetime of service was honoured Thursday night as Melvin Klassen was recognized as the 2018 Citizen of the Year by the Altona and District Chamber of Commerce. Following a 34 year career in educat... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

GVSD Board Releases New Mission Statement

Every four years after an election, Garden Valley School Division trustees take the time to review their mission and belief statements. Board Chair Laurie Dyck says this is done to ensure they are st... read more..

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Brooklyn Toews

Southern Health-Sante Sud Wraps Up 2018-19 Fiscal Year

Southern Health-Sante Sud's seeing some positive numbers, as they wrap up the 2018-19 fiscal year. They're looking at a surplus of over 6.7 million dollars. Vice-president of Finance and Planning Ken... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Winkler Library Showcases Canadian Film With Bite

In recognition of 100 years of Canadian cinema, South Central Regional Library locations showcased Canadian cinematography for National Canadian Film Day. Jess Martens, a clerk at Winkler Centennial ... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Online Auction Raises $54,000 For Childhood Cancer Support Group

After an extraordinary fundraiser last year, the huge success of this year's online auction came as a welcome surprise for the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Support Group. Since its inaugural event ... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Access To Open First Innovative Credit Union In Carman

The Carman branch of Access Credit Union (ACU) is looking forward to an exciting future of investment in the community as they plan to move into the former TD Canada Trust building on Main St. The bu... read more..

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Pam Fedack

SCRL Celebrates 2018 Successes, But Dreams Of Expansion

South Central Regional Library (SCRL) serves the second largest rural population in Manitoba with 44,000. However, they're in need of more space in a number of their branches. Director of Library Ser... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Slot Car Racing Provides Cross-Generational Mentorship

Wednesday nights, drag racing and car enthusiasts meet up at the Bunker for some friendly competition, and even character building, by racing slot cars. "We just think it's a really good place to... read more..

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