Flooding, snow and coronavirus: City of Winnipeg to update responses Thursday afternoon

The City of Winnipeg has scheduled an update on its response to the snowstorm, potential spring flooding, and the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak Thursday.Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman will be joined by the head of the city’s emergency response centre and the...

City of Winnipeg says 57 properties potentially at risk for spring flooding

Depending on weather conditions, there’s a risk of moderate flooding on the Red River.That’s according to the Province of Manitoba’s March flood outlook, released Tuesday.The report says predicted water levels are between 19 and 20.5 feet at the James Avenue...

City of Winnipeg to give update on COVID-19 response Wednesday afternoon

Posted April 1, 2020 3:43 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The City of Winnipeg will give an update on its ongoing COVID-19 response Wednesday afternoon.Mayor Brian Bowman and Jason Shaw,...

City of Winnipeg to give update on coronavirus response Tuesday

The city is scheduled to give an update to Winnipeggers about its ongoing response to the COVID-19 outbreak Tuesday afternoon.Mayor Brian Bowman and Jason Shaw, head of the city’s emergency operations centre are scheduled to speak at a press conference...

Winnipeg Police Association wins grievance over pension battle with city

An arbitrator has ruled in favour of the Winnipeg Police Association in their battle with the city over the police pension plan.The police union has been awarded $40,000 in damages and each member has been awarded $400.“I have determined that...

Coronavirus outbreak: Winnipeg to close city playgrounds, suspend residential parking fines

March 27 2020 5:42pm The City of Winnipeg announced Friday it would close city-owned playgrounds, suspend all permits for special events and forego parking tickets for time-limit violations on residential streets during the COVID-19 pandemic. ' }); } else {...

Bowman to host interactive discussion for kids about COVID-19

Posted March 26, 2020 12:16 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Winnipeg’s mayor is taking to social media to answer local kids’ questions about the coronavirus pandemic.Brian Bowman says he’ll host...

Coronavirus: Winnipeg mayor, council looking at tax deferrals, potential for state of emergency

The City of Winnipeg is looking into the possibility of deferring property and business taxes during the novel coronavirus pandemic, but Mayor Brian Bowman says it might take a while to reach a decision.Bowman told 680 CJOB that the city’s...

City of Winnipeg to give update on coronavirus response Tuesday afternoon

Posted March 24, 2020 2:15 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The City of Winnipeg is set to give an update on its response to the novel coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday.A...

City of Winnipeg does U-turn on controversial U-Pass cuts

Some controversial proposed cuts to the City of Winnipeg’s budget have been reconsidered, based on a vote at the city’s executive policy committee on Wednesday.One of those changes is to the U-Pass transit program, which is now set to stick...
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