The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Grant Burr
Posted: 04/19/2017 11:55 PM
Find these stories and more in the April 20 issue of The Carillon.
Reporter Jordan Ross shares from Steinbach city council and the results of a city task force on council renumeration.
Seine River sets priorities
Reporter Adriana Mingo reviews Seine River School Division's top priorities including its goal to expand vocational programming in its high schools.
Sports editor Terry Frey checks in on the Steinbach Pistons as they survey the talents of young prospects.
Niverville Heritage Holdings Inc. has announced another health care infrastructure project is coming to its Niverville campus: a diagnostic services centre that will house a medical laboratory, ultrasound and x-ray services, and an MRI machine that will serve residents of ...
The withdrawal of a registered objection to a rezoning application has allowed city council to approve a pair of resolutions that effectively pave the way for a proposed nine-storey senior’s care facility planned for the corner of Loewen Boulevard and ...
A number of infrastructure projects will move forward in southeastern Manitoba, now that the provincial and federal governments have announced more than $34 million in new funding for infrastructure in small communities across Manitoba.
Last week, the joint funding was announced ...
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