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Remax celebrates 25 years in Steinbach

02/11/2016 9:45 AM

Remax Performance Realty in Steinbach in celebrating a big milestone, as 2016 marks their 25th anniversary selling homes in the community.

Remax began as a partnership with four real estate agents who included Keith Taylor, Bill Sawatsky, Henry Doerksen and Paul ......

  • Warm welcome

    Students at College Gabrielle Roy in Ile des Chenes help put together blankets last Friday to be given to Syrian refugees.
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    Students at College Gabrielle Roy in Ile des Chenes help put together blankets last Friday to be given to Syrian refugees.

  • Tyke on ice

    Aaron hangs onto the puck during a Steinbach Pistons intermission game involving squirts hockey players. It was Millers Day at the T.G. Smith Centre Saturday, an annual celebration of minor hockey in the city.
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    Aaron hangs onto the puck during a Steinbach Pistons intermission game involving squirts hockey players. It was Millers Day at the T.G. Smith Centre Saturday, an annual celebration of minor hockey in the city.

  • In tune

    One of the band classes at Steinbach Regional Secondary School perform during an arts showcase event last Wednesday at the high school.
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    One of the band classes at Steinbach Regional Secondary School perform during an arts showcase event last Wednesday at the high school.

  • Collision on Brandt

    Emergency crews were called to the scene of an accident in Steinbach around 9 a.m. on Thursday at the intersection of Friesen Avenue and Brandt Road. Assistant fire chief Mike Penner said a car travelling east on Friesen slid through a stop sign and was struck by a southbound SUV. Penner said both drivers, who were lone occupants of each vehicle, were being transported to hospital but he described their injuries as non-life threatening.
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    Emergency crews were called to the scene of an accident in Steinbach around 9 a.m. on Thursday at the intersection of Friesen Avenue and Brandt Road. Assistant fire chief Mike Penner said a car travelling east on Friesen slid through a stop sign and was struck by a southbound SUV. Penner said both drivers, who were lone occupants of each vehicle, were being transported to hospital but he described their injuries as non-life threatening.

  • Wake-up call

    Two vehicles ran into each other at the corner of Main Street and Reimer Avenue Thursday morning around 6:50 a.m. in Steinbach. A westbound SUV travelling on Main struck a southbound van on Reimer. One individual was sent to hospital with minor injuries, police said.
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    Two vehicles ran into each other at the corner of Main Street and Reimer Avenue Thursday morning around 6:50 a.m. in Steinbach. A westbound SUV travelling on Main struck a southbound van on Reimer. One individual was sent to hospital with minor injuries, police said.

  • Lagoon expansion

    St Pierre Jolys Mayor Mona Fallis poses with the proposed site plan for the town’s lagoon expansion project at an information session Thursday night.
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    St Pierre Jolys Mayor Mona Fallis poses with the proposed site plan for the town’s lagoon expansion project at an information session Thursday night.

  • Science and faith

    Providence University College board chair Gordon Giesbrecht discusses science education and Providence’s mission at the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the college’s new business and science classrooms and laboratories.
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    Providence University College board chair Gordon Giesbrecht discusses science education and Providence’s mission at the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the college’s new business and science classrooms and laboratories.

  • Liberals in Lorette

    Manitoba Liberal leader Rana Bokhari holds court with her party's newest candidate, Terry Hayward, Monday morning at the Chicken Chef in Lorette. The two Liberals answered questions from RM of Tache councillors about matters of interest to their municipality. Hayward, who has run federally for the Liberals in Provencher, is now trying his luck provincially.
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    Manitoba Liberal leader Rana Bokhari holds court with her party's newest candidate, Terry Hayward, Monday morning at the Chicken Chef in Lorette. The two Liberals answered questions from RM of Tache councillors about matters of interest to their municipality. Hayward, who has run federally for the Liberals in Provencher, is now trying his luck provincially.

  • Slippery situation

    Steinbach firefighters assist in helping the driver of a vehicle stuck on Highway 52 in Mitchell shortly before 9 a.m. on Friday morning. Steinbach RCMP Cpl. Glen Binda said the woman's vehicle was broadsided by an eastbound truck as she exited a driveway. Binda noted that icy road conditions are believed to be a factor. The corporal said the woman was conscious but the her condition was not immediately known. The other driver was uninjured.
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    Steinbach firefighters assist in helping the driver of a vehicle stuck on Highway 52 in Mitchell shortly before 9 a.m. on Friday morning. Steinbach RCMP Cpl. Glen Binda said the woman's vehicle was broadsided by an eastbound truck as she exited a driveway. Binda noted that icy road conditions are believed to be a factor. The corporal said the woman was conscious but the her condition was not immediately known. The other driver was uninjured.

  • Holiday refresh

    Some Mitchell Middle School students brought a taste of their Christmas concert to the Hanover School Division board meeting Tuesday night.
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    Some Mitchell Middle School students brought a taste of their Christmas concert to the Hanover School Division board meeting Tuesday night.

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