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Saturday, 25 April 2015 06:47

Morning News - April 25

Friday, 24 April 2015 16:52

Measles Update

The province's medical lead for communicable diseases says public health officials have already done an investigation into who may be susceptible to measles after a Winnipeg woman was found to have the province's second travel-related, lab-confirmed case.
Manitoba's Conservation Minister says a two-year freeze on cottage fee hikes would make the gap between cost to services provided and what cottage-owners pay in fees even wider.
The Local Health Involvement Groups for Prairie Mountain Health still need volunteers from the Dauphin region.
Public health officials have confirmed a second travel-related case of the measles in Manitoba.
Friday, 24 April 2015 13:07

Dauphin Mayor Talks Provincial Budget

A stronger commitment of capital for the new Dauphin Correctional Centre is something mayor Eric Irwin wants to see in next weeks provincial budget.
Friday, 24 April 2015 11:55

MBP General Manager Talks Beef Prices

The general manager with Manitoba Beef Producers says consumers should expect meat prices to stay high for a while.
The Canadian Red Cross is looking for volunteers in the Dauphin area to expand their "Personal Disaster Assistance Program".