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By: Staff Writer
Posted: 04/30/2018 4:45 PM
The RM of Piney declared a state of emergency on Monday afternoon as it worked with Manitoba Sustainable Development and the Office of the Fire Commissioner to coordinate firefighting efforts in the Carrick, Badger and Florze areas.
The municipality reported in a release on Monday afternoon that the fire has consumed over 1,000 hectares.
A Level 1 Fire and Travel Restriction has been issued for all motorized vehicles including ATVs, dirt bikes, etc. on all back country roads from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. until further notice.
A complete burn ban, including burn barrels, fire pits and open fires, is also in effect.
Provincial Road 203 remains closed between Badger and Carrick.
Steinbach’s three candidates for the mayor’s chair and 10 challengers for council seats responded to another question from The Carillon this time on the subject of land acquisitions.
All 13 candidates answered the following question: Are you satisfied with the City ...
The Mennonite Heritage Village has found its replacement for departing executive director Barry Dyck, who has served in the role since Feb. 2009.
On Tuesday, the museum board announced that Gary Dyck has been hired into the role.
Dyck, an SRSS graduate, ...
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