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Pat Porter Centre seeks city supportNew

06/26/2019 9:00 AM

Representatives from the Pat Porter Active Living Centre visited Steinbach city council on Tuesday, asking for support with funding stage upgrades at the Chrysler Gate venue.

Pat Porter Centre president Doug Enns told council the centre needs $21,000 to complete stage and sound system improvements.

He shared that the need for the stage replacement was discovered in February, when a small fire ......

Police pursue shoplifting suspects

Police would like to identify a man and woman who allegedly stole from Superstore in Steinbach on June 18.

Steinbach RCMP wish to identify suspects in two shoplifting incidents from Superstore in Steinbach that occurred a week ago.

Police said in a release that on June 18 a male and female were reported to have stolen from the store before ...

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Police would like to identify a man and woman who allegedly stole from Superstore in Steinbach on June 18.


  • Former Lorette teacher faces sentencing Wednesday

    06/25/2019 10:15 AM

    The sentencing of a former Lorette teacher convicted of sexually abusing a young girl was delayed but not derailed on Friday, as defence counsel tried to reopen the trial and admit fresh evidence that included an inmate’s handwritten confession.

    Court of ...

  • Suspect sought following abduction

    06/24/2019 2:00 PM

    Manitoba RCMP are searching for a man suspected of abducting a 16-year-old girl near Landmark on Sunday morning.

    The teen was walking her dog southeast of Landmark along Ste Anne’s Road when the man pulled up and asked if she needed ...

  • Saif Asi, who fled Syria as civil war erupted, shared about his remarkable five-year journey to Canada at a newcomer storytelling event organized by Eastman Immigrant Services and hosted at Mennonite Heritage Village on June 13.

    Refugee recounts journey from Syria to Steinbach

    06/24/2019 8:25 AM
  • Bob Barrow pushes Art Kornelson in his wheelchair towards Barrow’s car on Monday just moments before Barrow would drive Art and his wife Helen to Seven Oaks Hospital in Winnipeg for Art’s dialysis treatments which he currently travels to Winnipeg for three times a week.

    Advocate presses for local dialysis services

    06/23/2019 8:50 AM
  • St Jean Baptiste Days begins

    06/22/2019 8:51 AM

    A two-day celebration of French Canadian culture and heritage begins today as the annual St Jean Baptiste Days arrives in La Broquerie.

    St Jean Baptiste Days will include everything from sports tournaments and live music, to a parade and Sunday mass.

    Saturday ...

  • Edna Vogt and her granddaughter Chantelle Dueck stand at the site of a brand new centennial mural in New Bothwell which will be officially unveiled this weekend when the community hosts the New Bothwell Centennial Celebration.

    New Bothwell set for centennial celebration

    06/21/2019 3:23 PM
  • Grade 12 student Makenzie Tavares and Grade 10 student Kennedy Headland have organized a Steinbach march for women’s rights this Saturday, June 22 at 11 a.m. in K.R. Barkman Park.

    Students plan women’s march

    06/20/2019 10:28 AM
  • This week in The Carillon

    06/19/2019 5:50 PM

    Find these stories and more in the June 20 issue of The Carillon.

    Journey to Steinbach

    Reporter Jordan Ross shares the story of one Syrian refugee's experience that ultimately led to him calling Steinbach home.

    Well-aged Bothwell

    Reporter Dave Baxter talks to organizers of ...

  • Teen dies in Oakbank-area crash

    06/17/2019 10:32 AM

    A 15-year-old male from Oakbank died on Sunday after his dirt bike collided with a train.

    Oakbank RCMP responded to a report of the collision at 5:50 p.m. The crash occurred at a railway crossing on Spruce Road, north of Oakwood ...

  • La Broquerie drafts speed limit bylaw

    06/17/2019 9:24 AM

    La Broquerie council is taking advantage of its newfound authority to set speed limits on municipal roads.

    Council gave first reading last week to a 50 km/h speed limit bylaw on all roadways in the LUD.

    Rural roads south of Highway 52 ...

  • Seine River honours top student citizens

    06/16/2019 10:01 AM

    Seine River School Division held an assembly in Lorette on Tuesday to honour students who made outstanding contributions to their school and community through the 2019 Student Citizenship Awards.

    Esther Akadiri, a Grade 2 student at La Salle School, received the ...

  • Summer festival brings the heat

    06/14/2019 10:30 AM

    If you’re looking for some fun in the sun this weekend then look no further than the streets of Steinbach.

    The annual Summer in the City festival takes place Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Steinbach and will see the city’s streets ...


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