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Thursday, 05 October 2017 13:04

First Fines Issued For Zebra Mussel Contamination In Manitoba

Manitoba Conservation has issued the first fines ever for zebra mussel contaminated boats.

In 2017, 8,995 watercrafts were inspected and 11 percent of those needed to be decontaminated.

A total of 60 warnings were issued but only two tickets handed out.

Fines range from $252 per specimen for every mussel found on the watercraft with the maximum fine being one hundred thousand dollars
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Reports say Semi hit Portage overpass

Friday, 17 November 2017 19:27
Reports say Semi hit Portage overpass

Reports are saying that a westbound semi hit the Portage overpass on the Trans Canada highway this evening.

Truck slid off bridge into icy water this morning

Friday, 17 November 2017 16:06
Truck slid off bridge into icy water this morning

A 73 year old man from St. Claude, which is south of Portage, rolled his truck this morning.

"Help Yourself to Stay Warm and Well" helping those in need

Friday, 17 November 2017 12:52

Those in need of warm clothing can find what they need at the “Help Yourself to Stay Warm and Well" event.

Pallister injured while on vacation

Friday, 17 November 2017 11:01
Pallister injured while on vacation

The Premier was hospitalised overnight in New Mexico after suffering a broken arm and other cuts and bruises.