RCMP issuing e-tickets

By Tara Seel

      Media Relations Officer


There’s an app for that — well, sort of. Many Manitoba RCMP vehicles are now equipped with software and printers so officers can issue e-tickets to motorists committing infractions on Manitoba highways. The e-ticketing system, the first of its kind in Manitoba, is a positive step forward for road safety in the province.

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Ho! Ho! Ho!

By Sharlette Paddock



Riverdale Harvest had the pleasure to sell hotdogs/drinks and to host a bake sale at Rivers Legion after the Santa Claus parade while people were waiting for their turn with Santa. We raffled off two items: one was a Rockstar hoodie sweatshirt that Irene Ventnor won; the other was a large inflatable outdoor Christmas decoration won by Donna Simard.

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Multi-million dollar investment at Riding Mountain National Park

By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

The federal government has announced new investment into Riding Moutain National Park. The funding, unveiled today by Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette Member of Parliament Robert Sopuck, is for more than $39 million and is designed to renew infrastructure and support Canada’s National Conservation Plan.

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Council clips - Dec 19

LUD of Oak River, Dec. 1: A public hearing for the borrowing bylaw for the utility has been scheduled for the new year so it is not in transition between RM of Blanshard and RM of Oakview.

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Fitness room at Rivers Collegiate being equip


By Jessie Bell


A classroom on the north end of Rivers Collegiate is being transformed into a fitness room. The goal is to incorporate it into physical education and hockey academy programs, and for those students who wish to use the space in order to become better athletes.

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