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19.11.2013

Mom Wants Parents to Take a Second Look at Canada Food Guide

A day care in Rossburn, Manitoba fined a woman $10 for not sending her child with a "balanced meal". Kristen Bartkiw had sent her two kids with lunches including meat, potatoes, milk, carrots, and an orange, but was...[more]


19.11.2013

BU Students Union holds Brandon-Souris by-election debate

The Students Union at Brandon University held a debate last night involving 4 of the 5 candidates vying for the seat in the Brandon-Souris by-election. Some of the topics up for debate included a lack of student housing and...[more]


19.11.2013

Keystone Ag not happy with rail service

Keystone Agriculture Producers is slamming what it calls 'poor rail service' for getting this fall's bumper crop from getting to market. Keystone President Doug Chorney tells CKLQ rail service has become un-acceptable. Chorney...[more]


18.11.2013

Manitoba Hydro and SaskPower Reach $100 Million Deal

The Manitoba and Saskatchewan governments announced a deal for SaskPower to purchase an additional $100 million of electricity from Manitoba Hydro over the next eight years. The demand for electricity in Saskatchewan has been...[more]


18.11.2013

Monday Weather

More snow hit Westman over the weekend...Environment Canada says between 5 to 10 centimeters fell in the region over the past couple of days... Meterlogist Dave Carlson tells, what kind of Monday day we're looking...[more]


18.11.2013

Neepawa not Pleased With Amalgamation

The town of Neepawa would like to amalgamate with the RM of Langford. Neepawa Mayor Ken Waddell says its appears the RM of Langford will unitewith the RM of North Cypress following a recent meeting in...[more]


18.11.2013

Neepawa Amalgamation

The town of Neepawa would like to amalgamate with the RM of Langford. Neepawa Mayor Ken Waddell says it appears the RM of Langford will unite with the RM of North Cypress following a recent meeting in...[more]


18.11.2013

Calls for a homeless shelter in Brandon

A Brandon City Councillor believes more has to be done for the homeless with colder weather just around the corner. Jan Chaboyer tells CKLQ while there have been attempts to build a homeless shelter in the Wheat City, there's...[more]


17.11.2013

Highway Update in Southern Manitoba

The Department of Highways says that the Trans Canada Highway west from Headingly to Portage La Prairie is now re-opened. The highway had been closed since six o'clock on Sunday morning because of poor driving conditions. RCMP...[more]


17.11.2013

Poor Driving Conditions in Southern Manitoba-Sunday

Motorists are being advised to slow down and drive with care and caution on Sunday in Southern Manitoba . The Department of Highways says that the Trans Canada Highway from Portage to Headingley was closed at 6 o'clock on Sunday...[more]


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