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This week in The Carillon

By: Grant Burr

Posted: 05/16/2018 6:15 PM

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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 concerned about the treatment of geese in the community.

Myron again for mayor

Reporter Dave Baxter talks with Niverville mayor Myron Dyck about his plans to seek another term.

New training shows promise

Reporter Geralyn Wichers talks with Steinbach fire chief Kel Toews about the success of the department's technical rescue unit.

Fehr versus Funk

Two candidates have stepped forward to be the next mayor of Steinbach. I talk with John Fehr and Earl Funk, as well as current Mayor Chris Goertzen, who said this week he won't run again.

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  • RCMP would like to identify this suspect from a September incident in Steinbach involving a stolen bank card.

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  • New leadership to helm Richer fire department

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