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This week in The Carillon

By: Grant Burr

Posted: 05/23/2018 6:10 PM

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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 what is happening on the soccer pitches as youngsters enroll in the Hanover Soccer Club's mini soccer program.

Constituencies in flux

Reporter Geralyn Wichers looks at changes proposed for provincial electoral boundaries, which could remake the electoral lines of the Southeast.

More Local News

  • Singers needed for mass choir

    11/18/2018 9:45 AM

    A local musician and choir director is asking singers of all ages and skill levels to come forward, as he looks to put together a choir made up of hundreds of singers.

    Danny Plett is worship pastor at Steinbach’s Emmanuel Evangelical ...

  • Marchand-area resident Louise Tetrault stands amid one of several patches of lawn on her three-acre property turned to mud by animals escaping her neighbour’s farm. Tetrault said she’s frustrated by how long it’s taken to address the situation.

    Roaming farm animals leave Marchand resident frustrated

    11/17/2018 10:00 AM
  • RCMP would like to identify this suspect from a September incident in Steinbach involving a stolen bank card.

    Suspect sought in bank card theft

    11/16/2018 11:51 AM

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