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Saturday, 15 July 2017 10:04

Birds Hill Provincial Park holding 50th Anniversary on Parks Day

The Manitoba government is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Birds Hill Provincial Park with some events and a special tree planting as Part of Parks Day 2017.

The celebration of Birds Hill Park’s 50th anniversary will include a variety of special events and presentations, including a special tree planting ceremony with Sustainable Development Minister Cathy Cox and Lt.-Gov. Filmon.
The Birds Hill Park celebrations coincide with Canada’s Parks Day and the Manitoba government’s free entry to provincial parks weekend from July 14 to 16. Park vehicle permits will not be required for admissions to provincial parks on these days. However nightly camping fees still apply, and the minister noted that regular fees still apply at national parks.

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RM of Dauphin Have Issued a Rural Water Boil Water Advisory

Thursday, 21 September 2017 14:01
RM of Dauphin Have Issued a Rural Water Boil Water Advisory

During the repair process of the RM of Dauphin Phase 1 water pipeline, users may have experienced loss of water pressure or loss of water in its entirety.

Manitoba Outstanding Young Farmers 2018 Awards Nominations Close October 1st

Thursday, 21 September 2017 12:46
Manitoba Outstanding Young Farmers 2018 Awards Nominations Close October 1st

Nominations are now open for Manitoba’s outstanding young farmer 2018 awards.

Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk

Thursday, 21 September 2017 10:54
Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk

The 7th annual Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk took place today starting at 7:00 this morning with the Lighting of the Sacred Fire and the walk at 10:00 starting at the Dauphin Friendship Centre.

Approximately 30 women and children participated in the walk to raise awareness about abuse and sexual exploitation of children.

The walk is a national event and continues to grow in numbers.

 

Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk

Thursday, 21 September 2017 10:54
Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk

The 7th annual Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk took place today starting at 7:00 this morning with the Lighting of the Sacred Fire and the walk at 10:00 starting at the Dauphin Friendship Centre.

Approximately 30 women and children participated in the walk to raise awareness about abuse and sexual exploitation of children.

The walk is a national event and continues to grow in numbers.