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    Downed Trees – City of Winnipeg

    Visit https://winnipeg.ca/PublicWorks/snow/FAQ/tree-removal-FAQ.stm… for the most up-to-date information on tree / branch removal in the City of Winnipeg. Crews continue to clear and remove downed trees and fallen branches city-wide, focusing efforts on priority locations where branches or trees are blocking streets. The City is employing contracto...
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    City of Winnipeg Storm Response – October 16, 2019

    River levels at the James Avenue gauge have begun to increase due to the recent precipitation.  As of 5:00 pm (October 15th), the river level at the James Avenue gauge was 15.1 feet.   A river crest of 16.3 feet is anticipated. No properties are at risk of river flooding at that level, however, there is...
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    Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service invites residents to participate in Fire Prevention Week, October 6 to 12

    Winnipeg, MB –TheWinnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) invites all residents to mark Fire Prevention Week, October 6 to 12, by practicing fire escape plans at home, school, and at work. This year’s theme is “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice your Escape.” Emergency situations can arise and change quickly; it’s important to...
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    Sun Life Musical Instrument Lending Library program launches at Millennium Library

    Winnipeg, MB – Winnipeg Public Library is pleased to announce the launch of the Sun Life Musical Instrument Lending Library program at the Millennium Library (251 Donald St.). Sun Life is sponsoring the lending library by donating more than 150 instruments, cases, and accessories. “We are excited to provide more Canadians with access to music...
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    City asks residents for assistance in locating suitable Christmas tree for City Hall

    Winnipeg, MB – The City is searching for a large spruce tree for this year’s City Hall Christmas tree display and is asking Winnipeg homeowners to contact us if they are interested in donating their tree. The City received information about a number of potential Christmas tree candidates for this year’s holiday display, but none...
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    Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service launches use of PulsePoint Respond App aimed to save lives

    Winnipeg, MB – The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) has launched its use of the PulsePoint Respond app, empowering Winnipeggers to help save the lives of those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Using the WFPS computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system, app technology, and the GPS on smartphones, PulsePoint alerts CPR-trained bystanders about sudd...
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    Community Forum – Crime Prevention

    Community Forum on Crime Prevention in the St. Norbert Ward will take place on October 2nd @ 7:00 PM at the St. Norbert Community Centre 3450 Pembina HWY.  ...
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    Newly widened and reconstructed Pembina Highway Underpass to improve safety, traffic flow and travel times for motorists

    Southwest Transitway (Stage 2) project realizes more budget savings and comes in eight weeks ahead of schedule Winnipeg, MB – The newly-widened and reconstructed Pembina Highway Underpass opened today, as part of the Southwest Transitway (Stage 2) and Pembina Highway Underpass Project, and will improve safety, traffic flow and travel times for moto...
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    City of Winnipeg launches Community Safety and Crime Prevention Program

    Winnipeg, MB – Today, City Council approved the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Program. The program will provide funding to community groups to strengthen local crime prevention and community safety efforts by promoting the exchange of information between residents, and helping build closer relationships between communities and the Winnipeg ...
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    BOND RATING MEETINGS PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY TO EMPHASIZE COMMITMENT TO FISCAL DISCIPLINE

    Released: 9:34 a.m. Winnipeg, MB – Meetings with international bond rating agencies Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s next week in New York will provide the City of Winnipeg with an opportunity to underscore an ongoing commitment to fiscal discipline Mayor Brian Bowman and Councillor Scott Gillingham (St. James), Chair of the Standing Policy Com...
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