News Releases

News Releases


RCMP to Investigate Motor Vehicle Collision Involving WPS Officers

March 23, 2016
Manitoba Justice has asked the Royal Canadian Mounted Police ‘F’ Division (Saskatchewan) to investigate a motor vehicle collision involving two off-duty Winnipeg Police Service (WPS)...


Province Monitoring Ice Jams Near Selkirk

March 21, 2016
The Hydrologic Forecast Centre of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises that normal seasonal daytime high temperatures near 0 C in southern Manitoba for the next seven to 10 days...


Province Advises Spring Run-off has Started in Most Areas of Manitoba

March 17, 2016
The Hydrologic Forecast Centre at Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises that spring run-off due to snowmelt has started in most of the southern, southwest, southeast and Interlake...


Standing Hearing for Inquest Into Death of Christopher Chastellaine

March 15, 2016
A standing hearing will take place to determine who can participate in the upcoming inquest into the death of Christopher Chastellaine, 40, of Winnipeg.  Chastellaine was arrested and...


Motorists Advised of Traffic Disruptions While Repairs are Made to Symington Overpass, On East Side of Winnipeg

March 11, 2016
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises that for approximately six weeks, the Symington overpass (PTH 1A) will be down to a single lane of traffic, in each direction, while necessary...


Provincial Ice-cutters Complete Work on Red River, Shift Focus on Icelandic, Brokenhead and Fisher Rivers

March 11, 2016
Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation advises ice-cutting began yesterday on the Icelandic and Fisher rivers, and will begin tomorrow on the Brokenhead River to reduce potential ice-jam...


Province Urges Fishers to Remove Ice Shacks from Lakes, Rivers in Southern Manitoba

March 9, 2016
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship urges anyone with an ice shack on a lake or river in southern Manitoba to remove the structure as soon as possible, as long as ice conditions are safe...


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