Since the beginning of the year the number of unused vehicles in Dauphin has decreased.

The Keystone Ag Producers are holding their Annual General meeting today and tomorrow.

 CKDM's Benjamin Schwab is in Winnipeg to cover the convention.

 Here’s Benjamin with an update on KAP’s AGM:

 

"It's going to be a busy day here at the Delta Hotel in Winnipeg, as the Keystone Ag Producers get ready to hold their Annual General Meeting for 2018. The day will have presentations by Ag Minister Ralph Eichler.  There is also a presentation on the world of Ag trade in the world of Trump.  Later, at 3:45, is the elections for president and vice president. First, Keystone Ag President Dan Mazier gives his state of the address at 9am."

 

Another mass shooting took place yesterday morning at a high school in Kentucky.

In the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, sleep apnea sufferers now have to pay for Continued Positive Airway Pressure therapy.

The longest cul-de-sac in Brandon is to become more accessible.

Brandon School Division is still waiting on a report on how a public-private partnership for a new school could work.

Prairie Mountain Health was part of a competitive bid process to select a pharmacy to award a contract for their services and prescriptions to personal care homes.

A special screening of the documentary, Human Trafficking: Canada’s Secret Shame, is going to be playing tomorrow in Dauphin.

The Province is currently investigating a fish dealer, who left four Interlake fisheries out close to $1 million.

The Keystone Ag Producers invite all farmers to their Annual General Meeting.

A customer data breach has happened to Bell Canada customers.