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Plans for convent keep seniors in mind

12/19/2014 9:54 AM

The souvenir book about St Adolphe's convent-turned-nursing home released this week will remain long after the building itself is torn down.

Gord Daman of Heritage Holdings said a timeline of late 2015 to early 2016 is slated for both the demolition ......

  • Extrication required

    Kleefeld fire fighters carefully roll a car back onto its wheels Thursday morning after having cut off the roof to allow a woman, the lone occupant, to be removed and transported to hospital via ambulance. The single vehicle rollover happened around 9:40 a.m. Steinbach RCMP is investigating the cause though it appears speed and washboard on the side of the road may have been factors. Injuries are reported as minor. The rollover occurred around three miles south of Mitchell.
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    Kleefeld fire fighters carefully roll a car back onto its wheels Thursday morning after having cut off the roof to allow a woman, the lone occupant, to be removed and transported to hospital via ambulance. The single vehicle rollover happened around 9:40 a.m. Steinbach RCMP is investigating the cause though it appears speed and washboard on the side of the road may have been factors. Injuries are reported as minor. The rollover occurred around three miles south of Mitchell.

  • Hamper helpers

    Students from Stonybrook Middle School create quick flowing assembly lines to fill up Christmas hampers that will be delivered on Wednesday to clients of South East Helping Hands. General delivery day will happen on Friday. The necessary gifts have all been donated with around $40,000 needed to finish paying the cost of the food portion of around 1,000 hampers.
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    Students from Stonybrook Middle School create quick flowing assembly lines to fill up Christmas hampers that will be delivered on Wednesday to clients of South East Helping Hands. General delivery day will happen on Friday. The necessary gifts have all been donated with around $40,000 needed to finish paying the cost of the food portion of around 1,000 hampers.

  • Collision central

    There were no injuries in a three-vehicle collision on Road 32E about a half mile south of Highway 52 on Thursday morning. Steinbach RCMP say that the driver of a northbound truck began to lose control of the vehicle on the gravel road resulting in a collision with a southbound truck and a van parked on a private driveway near the road.
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    There were no injuries in a three-vehicle collision on Road 32E about a half mile south of Highway 52 on Thursday morning. Steinbach RCMP say that the driver of a northbound truck began to lose control of the vehicle on the gravel road resulting in a collision with a southbound truck and a van parked on a private driveway near the road.

  • Tis the season

    Steinbach Christian High School put the packed house at Emmanuel Evangelical Free Church in the Christmas spirit as students involved in band and choir performed as part of the school's annual Christmas concert on Tuesday night.
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    Steinbach Christian High School put the packed house at Emmanuel Evangelical Free Church in the Christmas spirit as students involved in band and choir performed as part of the school's annual Christmas concert on Tuesday night.

  • Crafty Christmas gifts

    Amy Borkowsky volunteers at the annual Christmas craft sale at Edith's Place in Steinbach. The sale features various styles of gifts handcrafted by people supported by enVision. All profits go directly to the person who made the items. Although the special craft sale has come and gone, the doors are open for the public to stop by and take care of Christmas shopping Monday through Friday 9-4 p.m. at 314 Reimer Avenue.
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    Amy Borkowsky volunteers at the annual Christmas craft sale at Edith's Place in Steinbach. The sale features various styles of gifts handcrafted by people supported by enVision. All profits go directly to the person who made the items. Although the special craft sale has come and gone, the doors are open for the public to stop by and take care of Christmas shopping Monday through Friday 9-4 p.m. at 314 Reimer Avenue.

  • Chris mingle arrives

    Steinbach mayor Chris Goertzen plays hosts at the mayor's annual Christmas luncheon at city hall in Steinbach on Thursday.
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    Steinbach mayor Chris Goertzen plays hosts at the mayor's annual Christmas luncheon at city hall in Steinbach on Thursday.

  • Going solo

    Guest soloist Adam Sperry takes centre stage at the the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra holiday tour concert on Tuesday night. The show, presented by the Steinbach Arts Council, played to a packed house at the Steinbach Mennonite Church.
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    Guest soloist Adam Sperry takes centre stage at the the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra holiday tour concert on Tuesday night. The show, presented by the Steinbach Arts Council, played to a packed house at the Steinbach Mennonite Church.

  • Sabres score historic victory

    It was sheer jubilation last night at the U of M as the SRSS Sabres claimed the AAAA varsity boys' provincial high school volleyball championship in a thrilling four set victory over the defending champion Lord Selkirk Royals
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    It was sheer jubilation last night at the U of M as the SRSS Sabres claimed the AAAA varsity boys' provincial high school volleyball championship in a thrilling four set victory over the defending champion Lord Selkirk Royals

  • We have a winner

    A least one tree has a few presents to go under it, thanks to a draw at Clearspring Centre on Monday. Doug Moore gets some help from Steinbach Chamber of Commerce executive director Linda Peters and Carillon sales representative Janet Kehler, after he was selected as the big winner in the Steinbach Black Friday passport contest. The local resident took home over $4,000 in prizes after collecting
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    A least one tree has a few presents to go under it, thanks to a draw at Clearspring Centre on Monday. Doug Moore gets some help from Steinbach Chamber of Commerce executive director Linda Peters and Carillon sales representative Janet Kehler, after he was selected as the big winner in the Steinbach Black Friday passport contest. The local resident took home over $4,000 in prizes after collecting "passport stamps" from various local retailers during the sales weekend promotion which was organized by the chamber of commerce and The Carillon.

  • Stepping up

    Participants take part in Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS) auditions held at Stoney Brook Dance Company in Steinbach on Friday.
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    Participants take part in Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS) auditions held at Stoney Brook Dance Company in Steinbach on Friday.

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