Monthly Archives: April 2021

Swan Valley School Division Minutes – March 22, 2021

Swan Valley School Division Executive Summary of the March 22, 2021 Submitted by: Jon Zilkey, Superintendent/CEO 1. The Board examined Policy 12: Learning Environment/Programs and Services 2. Kris Woodward and Hayden Rooks, ÉSRSS, gave a Zoom presentation on the ICT Program and reported on changes made. It was a great presentation explaining how they revamped [...]

2021/04/07Local Interest

Public Consultation Survey on Swan River Roundabout

Province of Manitoba News Release | The Manitoba government is launching an online public engagement to seek input for safety improvements at the intersection of Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 83 and PTH 10, announced Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler. “Protecting Manitobans on our roadways is a priority for our government, and we are committed to building [...]

2021/04/05Local Interest

Town of Swan River Minutes – March 16, 2021

The Council of the Town of Swan River met on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 7:30 pm in the Town Council Chambers with Mayor Jacobson presiding along with Councillors Delaurier, Friesen, Moriaux, Gray and Whyte in person. Absent with notice: Deputy Mayor Wintoniw Also Present: Staff – In person: CAO D. Poole, Dir. of Works [...]

2021/04/04Local Interest

RM of Mountain Minutes – March 10, 2021

Minutes of the Regular Meeting of Council of the Rural Municipality of Mountain Held Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 via Zoom. Members Present: Reeve: Robert Hanson Councillors: Wilmer Malcolm, Steve Nadolney, Nestor Rizok, Connie Forbes, Arnie Pedersen and Brad Wyatt. CAO Paige Larocque was present and acted as secretary. Finance Officer Kim Paterson was also present. [...]

2021/04/03Local Interest

Swan River Receives Funding for Community Mobilization Hub

Province of Manitoba Media Release | The Manitoba government is providing $150,000 for community mobilization hubs in Altona, Swan River and Winkler, connecting social service workers and community agencies with at-risk youth and families to ensure they are receiving appropriate and timely supports and interventions, Justice Minister Cameron Friesen announced March 31, 2021. “Community mobilization [...]

2021/04/01Local Interest