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Friday, 17 February 2017 12:40

MVSD School's Step Up on Canadian Ag Day

Canadians across the country have come together to celebrate the business of agriculture.

Yesterday, the country celebrated its inaugural Canadian Agriculture Day, with a number of events and activities planned across the provinces.

Dauphin's Co-op challenged all the local grade three and four classes to create a project to show how much they know about local agriculture.

According to Marketing Manager Joan Chetyrbok, two classes went above and beyond.

"At the Ste. Rose School, Krystal Paradis' and Susie Wilkensen's grade three and four classes put together a wonderful song, all about agriculture. And Regan Lemieux's grade three class at Ecole Macneil made a wonderful mural, which is actually on display at our food store right now."


To see the full video, visit Dauphin's Co-op's Facebook page

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Sapotaweyak Cree Nation and Swan River sign treaty land-entitlement agreement

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 16:05
Sapotaweyak Cree Nation and Swan River sign treaty land-entitlement agreement

The Sapotaweyak Cree Nation and the Town of Swan River will sign a deal today for the second parcel of land the First Nation bought through a treaty land-entitlement agreement.

RCMP Warn Against Driveway Sealing Scam in Roblin

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 14:19
RCMP Warn Against Driveway Sealing Scam in Roblin

The Roblin RCMP Detachment received complaints that an individual was going door to door in Roblin on the 14th telling residents that he owned a driveway paving business located out of Winnipeg.

Provincial Government Investing in Gilbert Plains and Roblin

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 13:51
Provincial Government Investing in Gilbert Plains and Roblin

The Manitoba government announced today that they are investing in infrastructure projects in the Parkland area.

8 First Nations Girls Head To The States To Play Hockey

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 13:37
8 First Nations Girls Head To The States To Play Hockey

Eight First Nations’ girls are heading to the United States for the opportunity to play elite hockey.