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04.03.2014

Pork Council Says Keep Up the Good Work

It looks like so far so good when it comes to containing The Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus to one farm in Manitoba. The virus made its way into Manitoba in early February on a farm in the southeastern area.  Manitoba...[more]


04.03.2014

Weather Network-Spring Outlook

It will be late March or early April before we begin to feel the effects of warmer spring time weather.Gina Dressler is a Meteorologist with the Weather Network. She says this winter has been one of the coldest on record for...[more]


04.03.2014

Homelessness Partnering Strategy Program

The Brandon Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation in partnership with the Rural and Remote Advisory Board and Aboriginal Advisory Board is nowaccepting applications concerning the Homelessness Partnering Strategy Program. Velma...[more]


04.03.2014

Career Symposium in Full Swing at the Keystone

The Career Symposium is underway at the Keystone Centre and its packed with students!There are booths ranging from Policing and medical sciences to hair styling and media.This student says that they aren't sure what they want to...[more]


04.03.2014

Farm Focus Kicks Off Friday

Farm Focus is continuing to grow and this year they have around 55 booths in their tradeshow on Friday. Spokesperson Dale Banman says they have two speakers this year. One of which is Matthew Van Dijk from Farm Credit Canada...[more]


04.03.2014

City's Plan Leaves Hoteliers Hot Under Collar

  The President of the Westman Accommodation Group is not thrilled with Brandon City Council's decision to explore other option for the accommodation tax.   City Council voted yesterday to look at the possibility of...[more]


04.03.2014

City's Corporate Scorecard Expanding

  The City of Brandon's latest 'corporate scorecard' shows the city is meeting the majority of its long-terms goals and strategies.    The city of met goals such as Community Policing Patrols and Social Media...[more]


04.03.2014

Brandon is Prepared for Train Derailment

  Have you wondered what the process is, should there be a train derailment in Brandon?   The City Manager Scott Hildebrand has posted the answer to that question online.  He says it's important to inform the...[more]


04.03.2014

Motorists Slow Down in Russell

  Russell Street in the Town of Russell will now have a speed limit of 30 km/hr.   The busy area is a school zone, and will make the area safer for the students who walk to school.  The idea has been supported...[more]


04.03.2014

Accommodation Tax Committee to be Formed

  The accommodation tax was a hot topic at last night's Brandon City Council meeting.   Following the 2013 Annual Report, Councillor Stephen Montague made the recommendation to form a new committee to look at whether...[more]


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