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By: Staff Writer
Posted: 12/4/2017 4:25 PM
Update: The highway was reopened Tuesday morning.
Winter weather has made itself felt Monday with poor driving conditions across the Southeast.
The province's highways department noted on Monday afternoon after 4 p.m. that the Trans-Canada Highway, from Falcon Lake to the Ontario border, has now been closed as a result of driving conditions.
For more on current road conditions, visit the province's website here.
Granny’s Poultry has received a variance from the RM of Hanover that will allow them to use security guards on their Blumenort property at all times of the day and night.
During a public hearing in Hanover on Wednesday Granny’s Poultry ...
Find these stories and more in the Dec. 12 issue of The Carillon.
Reporter Jordan Ross reports about discussions held between Health Minister Cameron Friesen and the RM of Piney.
Reporter Dave Baxter learns more about the Ste Anne emergency ...
The province announced funding on Tuesday for 57 community development projects across Manitoba, including several in the Southeast.
A total of $950,000 in funding was announced by Municipal Relations Minister Jeff Wharton.
The Steinbach Curling Club will receive $20,000 for its curling ...
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