Governments of Canada and Manitoba Join Forces to Support French-language Services in the Province

February 15, 2019
Over the generations, Canadians have kept their official languages and culture alive and well. English and French are at the heart of our identity and values. Ensuring their vitality is...


Festival du Voyageur Receives Celebrate Manitoba Designation

February 15, 2019
Manitoba’s iconic Festival du Voyageur has received special designation under the Celebrate Manitoba program, which honours long-running community events, fairs and festivals, Sport,...


Manitoba to Undertake Comprehensive Review of Systems Serving At-risk Youth

February 15, 2019
The provincial government is undertaking a review of the current youth justice system in Manitoba and its connections to the child welfare system, with the aim of ending cycles of crime for...


Province Modernizes Regulation by Adopting a Single Vehicle Standard

February 14, 2019
Manitoba Infrastructure advises that effective tomorrow, the province will eliminate the Non-Road Transportation Association of Canada (RTAC) standard for vehicles operating in Manitoba, align...


Manitoba Enters into Agreement for General Transportation Air Services

February 14, 2019
The government of Manitoba has entered into an agreement with Exchange Income Corporation to provide services for general transportation under air services, including air travel for judges,...


Investing in infrastructure that will better protect Manitoba communities from flooding and ensure their access to clean drinking water

February 13, 2019
Selkirk, Manitoba, February 13, 2019—Modern reliable water and wastewater systems are crucial to protecting the health of Canadians, keeping Manitoba’s waterways clean and supporting...


Major Highway Improvements to Bring Safer, More Efficient Transportation to Manitoba Residents and Businesses

February 13, 2019
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OFHEADINGLEY—Investments in modern efficient roadways are crucial in building economic activity, facilitating trade and creating well-paid, middle-class jobs....


Province Cautions Drivers to Watch Out for High Number of Deer South of Dauphin

February 12, 2019
Manitoba Infrastructure is warning drivers to be alert for an increase in the number of deer crossing PTH 10, south of the junction with PTH 5 where close to 20 animals have been hit recently....


Province Advises Employer Prosecuted for Workplace Incident

February 12, 2019
The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) branch of Manitoba Growth, Enterprise and Trade is reminding employers to ensure appropriate emergency washing facilities are present in the workplace after...


Province Announces Manitoba's Winter Road System Now Open

February 11, 2019
All northern communities now have access to Manitoba’s winter road system, allowing for the delivery of supplies, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler announced today. “Winter...


Manitoba Implements Provincewide Block Funding in Child Welfare System

February 11, 2019
The Manitoba government is implementing a new funding approach as part of its plan to reform the child welfare system and provide stronger supports to children and families, Families Minister...


Standing Hearing for Inquest into Death of Lewis Sitar

February 11, 2019
A standing hearing will take place to determine who can participate in the upcoming inquest into the death of Lewis Sitar, 50, of Winnipeg. On Feb. 20, 2017, correctional officers at Stony...