Dauphin, Canada

Both the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Canadian Border Services Agency are urging Canadian travellers not to bring back poultry products from the US.
A 22-year-old man from Valley River First Nation is facing an attempted murder charge after an alleged incident that police say followed an argument.
Charges have been laid in a single vehicle rollover that occurred last summer on Highway 5, west of Gilbert Plains.

The investigation continues into a two-vehicle collision south of Ste Rose.

No one is hurt after a vehicle fire in Dauphin.
The Dauphin Fire Department were called out in the middle of the night to a vehicle fire in the west end of the city.
A string of vehicles being vandalized over the weekend is being investigated by Dauphin RCMP.
The Veselka Ukrainian Dance Club has some big plans in store for their 40th anniversary.
A task force heading to the Parkland next week wants to know the public's thoughts about veterinary services in Manitoba.
A video posted on social media has led to RCMP charging a Parkland man with various driving offenses.
Volunteers are needed for a major production that will be taking place as part of the Grandview homecoming festival.
A Camperville man wanted by police is in custody.
Key tags are arriving in Manitoba mailboxes over the next couple weeks, courtesy of the War Amps of Canada.
A passenger warming shelter is going to be built at Dauphin's train station.
The long term future of waste disposal was a major topic at today's council meeting at the RM of Dauphin.
The City of Dauphin is temporarily closing the compost drop-off area at the waste disposal grounds due to what it calls continued abuse of the site.
A wastewater study for the City of Dauphin is going to cost far less than was budgeted for.
The more people that connect to the RM of Dauphin's proposed water pipeline, the cheaper it will be for everyone, with the number of connections in phase one of the project dependent on tender prices.
The RM of Dauphin says they still need about 80 surveys returned from residents in the Keld area about their proposed water pipeline.
Three teenagers are facing charges after a robbery at a Rossburn business.