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Stage now set for hydro line hearings

05/26/2018 12:00 PM

The Southeast Stakeholders Coalition has failed to convince the National Energy Board to shelve upcoming hearings over the Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project.

The hearings will commence June 4 in Winnipeg’s Radisson Hotel and proceed in two stages. A week’s worth of oral traditional evidence from Indigenous participants will be heard first, followed by arguments from other parties in late June, Matt Groza, ......

Relay for Life celebrates survivors

100-year-old Dufresne resident Kai Winther is one of many cancer survivors who will take part in the Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life in Steinbach this Saturday.

When Kai Winther walks in the Relay for Life in Steinbach this weekend the 100-year-old will be celebrating the battle he fought and won against cancer, while also remembering and honouring those he loved who lost their battle to the ...

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100-year-old Dufresne resident Kai Winther is one of many cancer survivors who will take part in the Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life in Steinbach this Saturday.


  • STARS air ambulance crews prepare to transfer an injured individual after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 12 and Provincial Road 210 near Ste Anne. Another person died at the scene.

    One dead in highway intersection crash

    05/24/2018 4:40 PM
  • Hanover Reeve Stan Toews, Councillor Bob Brandt and LUD of Blumenort chairperson Leo Penner ready their gold shovels at Wednesday's sodturning for the new Blumenort fire hall.

    Sod turned on new Blumenort fire hall

    05/24/2018 3:15 PM
  • This week in The Carillon

    05/23/2018 6:10 PM

    Find these stories and more in the May 24 issue of The Carillon.

    Ginew welcomes all

    Reporter Jordan Ross visits Ginew School at Roseau River First Nation for an inter-school event promoting culture and understanding.

    Bend it like Baxter

    Reporter Dave Baxter checks out ...

  • Mayor spurns U-turns

    05/23/2018 7:30 AM

    There will be no changes to U-turn restrictions on Main Street in Steinbach after Mayor Chris Goertzen put an end to debate during a council committee meeting on Tuesday night.

    Council had recently asked city administration to provide background on the ...

  • Paradise Village resident Christine Seaberg measures the height of a wire barrier stretched around the perimeter of a man-made pond near her Lakeview Drive home. Seaberg feels the barrier, erected by neighbouring property owners frustrated by goose droppings, is excessive and wants it removed.

    Feces fracas in Paradise Village

    05/22/2018 10:45 AM
  • Child dies in La Broquerie accident

    05/21/2018 2:00 PM

    A two-year-old girl died on Sunday after being struck by a vehicle being driven on the driveway of her home in the RM of La Broquerie.

    Steinbach RCMP were called to the scene around 7:50 p.m.

    The girl was transported to hospital, ...

  • Asylum seekers Razak Iyal and Seidu Mohammed collaborated with One Trunk Theatre to write Boundary Avenue. Five dollars from each ticket sold will go towards establishing them in their new lives in Winnipeg.

    Emerson serves as backdrop for new asylum seeker drama

    05/21/2018 10:45 PM
  • Steinbach RCMP Cst. Buffy Gardner was out patrolling gravel roads on Loewen Blvd. near Old Tom Road on Tuesday afternoon. Steinbach RCMP will increase their presence of gravel roads all month long, thanks to funding from MPI.

    RCMP making presence known on gravel roads

    05/20/2018 8:00 AM
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    Fehr and Funk vie for mayor

    05/19/2018 7:30 AM
  • The Manitoba Electoral Divisions Boundaries Commission has released its interim report proposing new constituency boundaries for provincial electoral constituencies.

    Commission's report proposes significant provincial constituency boundary changes

    05/18/2018 10:45 AM
  • Myron Dyck

    Dyck bidding for four more years

    05/17/2018 9:39 AM
  • This week in The Carillon

    05/16/2018 6:15 PM

    Find these stories and more in the May 17 issue of The Carillon.

    Battling in Chilliwack

    Sports editor Terry Frey reports on the Steinbach Pistons efforts at the national championships.

    Goose flap in Paradise

    Reporter Jordan Ross visits Paradise Village, where one resident remains ...


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