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27.02.2014

Remains Male, Middle-Aged

  The Brandon Police Service and Office of the Medical Examiner continue to investigate the discovery of human remains found along the Assiniboine River near Queen Elizabeth Park on Tuesday evening.   Members of the...[more]


27.02.2014

Fines Needed to Deter Animal Abusers

  The Director of the Brandon Humane Society does not buy a lawyer's defence that the accused was trying to build an animal shelter.   Tracy Munn is commenting on a case where 63-year-old Peter Chernecki was...[more]


27.02.2014

Province Trying to Work with Municipalities

  The municipal amalgamation process is nearing completion, with the mergers of 48 municipalities into 23.    Municipal Government Minister Stan Struthers gave an update to CKLQ at the Manitoba Planning Conference...[more]


27.02.2014

On Pace for Coldest Winter in 35 Years

  Although no longer calling for -41 on Saturday, Environment Canada is still calling for -37.   If that feels unusual for this time of year, it is.  Mike Russo from Environment Canada says the normal...[more]


27.02.2014

BU Students Deliver Blanket to Winnipeg

  Brandon University students delivered an anti-bullying message at the Manitoba Legislative Building yesterday in the form of a giant blanket.   The anti-bullying blanket is big enough to wrap around a school bus,...[more]


26.02.2014

Tundra President Keynote Speaker at Brandon Conference

  Dan MacLean, the President and CEO of Tundra Oil and Gas, was the Keynote Speaker at the Montana to Manitoba Conference held at the Keystone Centre in Brandon on Wednesday. MacLean says the Sinclair area in Western...[more]


26.02.2014

Watch Out for the Windchill

It looks like we’re back in the cold weather for the rest of the week. Environment Canada’s Natalie Hasell says that right now there is a wind-chill warning in effect. “So we’re looking at a cold front passing through the...[more]


26.02.2014

St. John Ambulance Continues to Go Strong

The order of St. John has been around for nearly 1000 years. Over that time it’s morphed into the St. John Ambulance we know today. Brent Fowler Director of training and operations says some people volunteer for a very long...[more]


26.02.2014

21st Century Learning One Key to Mountain View Budget

  The Mountain View School Division hold their public budget forum earlier this week.    The tentatively increase for taxpayers is 4.32 per cent, but board chairperson Della Perih says that increase isn't written...[more]


26.02.2014

Bakken Oil Field Producing Oil and Opportunity

  The Bakken Oil Field will have many benefits for southwest Manitoba.   That's the message that was heard at the Montana to Manitoba conference Wednesday at the Keystone Centre.   The Director of...[more]


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