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Cold Weather will Have Some benefits for Farmers

Farming is a 365 day a year job even in our cold Manitoba winters. Elmer Kaskiw a Farm production Adviser in Minnedosa says the cold isn't all bad...[more]


CUP-W Director says Postal Service Cut Wasn't Expected.

Last week Canada Post announced that they would be stopping door-to-door postal service. This would eliminate between 6 to 8000 jobs across Canada over the next 5...[more]


Grade Six Kids Banding Together to Save the Environment

Linden Lanes School is helping lead the battle to help save the environment. At last night's City Council meeting, their grade six class presented what they have been doing all year. MacKenzie Cords says they've been...[more]


Assault with a Knife at Downtown Hotel

on December 16th  Brandon Police got a call that someone had threatened an employee of a downtown hotel with a knife. The suspect was found close to the area with a folding knife in his...[more]


Pick-up Truck hit by Semi-Trailer Today

Brandon RCMP are investigating a two vehicle accident that occurred today around 7:30am. It happened at the junction of Provincial Road 250 and Highway 1. Sgt. Rob Lockhart says it involved a semi-trailer and a pick-up...[more]


Brandon Might Get in on Bit Pipeline Deal.

The City of Brandon hopes to cash in on a pipeline project that is in the works. The pipeline would move 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to  Eastern...[more]


Emergency Shelter to run until at least next month

Brandon City Council has  approved spending 4 thousand dollars to keep an Emergency Shelter open until at least next month. Jake Hamm is with the 'Safe and Warm' Committee. He tells CKLQ the shelter provides more then...[more]


Pipeline project details released

A pipeline project was discussed at last night's Brandon City Council meeting which will help the transfer of crude oil. The project is being done by TransCanada. It's a Canadian company with 60 years of experience. The goal...[more]


Province could lose millions in dispute over population

 Manitoba could lose 500 million dollars in federal transfer payments over the next few years because of a dispute over how many people live in Manitoba.     The discrepancy could also scuttle a pledge by the...[more]


Emergency Shelter Receives Funding

The City of Brandon voted unanimously last night to help fund the Safe and Warm Program. Chair of Helping Hands Jim Hillis says even when temperatures are moderate, there is still a...[more]

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