New Cabinet Ministers have been announced

Premier Brian Pallister welcomed members of Manitoba’s renewed executive council in a swearing-in ceremony conducted by Chief Justice Richard Chartier.

The Manitoba Executive Council consists of:

The Honourable Brian Pallister - Premier
Honourable Heather Stefanson - Minister of Families
Honourable Cameron Friesen - Minister of Health, Seniors and Active Living
Honourable Ron R,. Schuler - Minister of Infrastructure
Honourable Kelvin Goertzen - Minister of Education
Honourable Ralph Eichler - Minister of Economic Development and Training
Honourable Cliff Cullen - Minister of Justice and Attorney General
Honourable Blaine Pedersen - Minister of Agriculture and Resource Development
Honourable Scott Fielding - Minister of Finance
Honourable Eileen Clarke - Minister of Indigenous and Northern Relations
Honourable Cathy Cox - Minister of Sport, Culture and Heritage
Honourable Rochelle Squires - Minister of Municipal Relations
Honourable Jeff Wharton - Minister of Crown Services
Honourable Reg Helwer - Minister of Central Services
Honourable Sarah Guillemard - Minister of Conservation and Climate

For the complete article on all the changes Click Here.
Mayor Bowman Declares State of Local Emergency for City Of Winnipeg

A long weekend storm we will remember. Mayor Bowman declared a state of local emergency for the City of Winnipeg. Along with its existing powers, the City will be able to use the authority granted under the state of local emergency to gain access to private property in order to deal with public trees that have fallen onto private property, and private trees that have fallen onto public property. In addition, the state of local emergency will allow the City to acquire the additional resources required to deal with this unprecedented weather event .For the complete article and the progression on the cleanup c lick here .
Remembrance Day Services which you might like to attend:

Charleswood Legion
Oak Park High School
820 Charleswood Rd
Monday, November 11
10:00 am - 11:30 am

St. James Legion
1755 Portage Avenue
Monday, November 11
10:30 am March from Legion to Bruce Park
11:00 am Service at Bruce Park then March back to the Legion
Have you had your Flu Shot?

If you have not had the flu shot, click here for a great article on the benefits of the shot.

Time to change the Clocks and Batteries in Detectors

On Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 2 a.m., the clocks will "fall back" one hour marking the end of daylight saving time. The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) reminds residents to replace your smoke alarm’s batteries and test your smoke alarms when you adjust your clocks this weekend. To read the complete article on the benefits Click Here.
Manitoba will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2020
Let's help celebrate our great province on it's 150th anniversary. Grant applications to celebrate are due November 12th . You still have time to apply.

Funds are available these categories:
  • Celebrations
  • Leave a Legacy
  • Honour a champion