Morning News - April 19
The error means the province stopped draining the Shellmouth reservoir on March 18th in order to conserve water for communities and irrigation this summer.
On April 7th, they turned the tap back on -- releasing much greater amounts than before into the upper Assiniboine River and flooding agricultural land south of the dam.
Farmers fear it may cause up to 20,000 hectares of land to go unseeded in western Manitoba.
Topping the list is the possibility of a Greek debt default.
The International Monetary Fund says international creditors want Greece to produce a credible economic reform plan and not abandon its bailout program.
The head of the European Central Bank says the possibility of a Greek debt default would put the world in ''uncharted waters.''
He says his party will table a motion in the Commons demanding the government re-open the Kitsilano Coast Guard station in Vancouver.
Mulcair say if the facility was still open, the coast guard could have responded to the spill in minutes instead of hours.
The Harper government closed the Kitsilano station in 2013 as a cost-cutting move.
They are Ringo Starr, Bill Withers, Green Day, Lou Reed, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, The 5 Royales, and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band.
Starr, who is 74, is the last of the Beatles to have his work outside the group honoured by the hall, which inducted the "Fab Four'' in 1988.
Manitobans will learn their government's agenda for the coming year in this afternoon's throne speech.
Mountain View school division held a pre-budget forum last night.
The TransCanada Highway between Winnipeg and Portage la Prairie has reopened after it was shut down last night.
Hydro has been restored to the Mossey River area.