Dauphin, Canada

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says Manitobans want a direct say concerning any major tax changes.
The Mountain View Teachers' Association is expressing concerns over the challenges Syrian refugee children will face when they come to school in Dauphin.
The Dauphin and District Chamber of Commerce wants to know if local businesses would benefit from heavy truck traffic through Riding Mountain National Park.

Today’s AGM for the Dauphin and District Chamber of Commerce saw a new president for the organization.

The City of Dauphin and the Dauphin and District Chamber of Commerce are ensuring there are some added benefits to shopping locally this holiday season.

Charges have been laid following the shooting of a police officer last week.

RCMP have charged a British Columbia man in relation to a fatal two-vehicle collision in Swan River.
A Dauphin group is making scarves to hang on some city trees so people who want to use them can take them.

With another census to be taken by Canadians in May, the chief statistician for the province of Manitoba says it provide a better sense of what has happened to Manitoba communities since the last census in 2011.

A child remains in serious condition after a group of kids were injured in a shed fire.
It's the ultimate showdown, as teams vie for the title of best chili maker in Dauphin at tomorrow's sixth annual Chili Cook-Off.
A traditional Christmas dinner is being held at Dauphin`s First United Church for anyone who wants to come.
A chuckwagon rider trampled at the Dauphin Fair is recovering.
A bus lane could potentially be built for MacKenzie Middle School.
The province's mosquito trapping program has so far found only one culex tarsalis mosquito in the Prairie Mountain Health Region.
The City of Dauphin is getting into the spring cleaning spirit.
The City of Dauphin is investigating the possibility of using a new type of sandbag.
Streets in the City of Dauphin are going to be lit with LED lights that are longer-lasting, provide better lighting, and use less energy than the high pressure sodium lights currently there.
Crews from the City of Dauphin have a road closure in downtown now taking place.
The installation of civic address signs in the RM of Dauphin is nearly complete.