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1998 April News Releases

Flood Forecast
April 21, 1998 - Presently (April 21st, 1998) the Red River’s elevation is 10.4' above James Avenue Datum, down 2.6' from April 17th. James Avenue river elevations...

1998 City of Winnipeg Public Bicycle Auction
April 16, 1998 - 1998 BIKE AUCTION. SATURDAY, April 25,1998 and SUNDAY, April 26,1998 at the VARSITY VIEW SPORTS PLEX...

Spring Cleanup Commences
April 9, 1998 - The City’s annual spring cleanup of streets, walks and boulevards is scheduled to begin on April 13 at 11:00 p.m...

City Completes Water Testing Aqueduct Restored to Full Service
April 4, 1998 - The City of Winnipeg has completed testing of the city’s water supply, and has confirmed that the water supply is safe...

Public Service Announcement - Household Hazardous Waste Depot Reopens to Public
April 2, 1998 - The household hazardous waste depot, located at Miller Environmental Corporation, 55 Trottier Bay (off of Chevrier Boulevard), will reopen to the public on Saturday, April 4, 1998.

Initial Test Results Confirm that the City of Winnipeg’s Water Supply is Safe, and Water is Again Flowing from the Deacon Reservoir
April 2, 1998 - Initial test results confirm that the City of Winnipeg’s water supply is safe, and water is again flowing from the Deacon Reservoir...

Aqueduct Vent Pipe Vandalized. City Takes Precautionary Action
April 1, 1998 - At 10:00 am this morning, Water and Waste Department staff discovered that an 8 inch diameter vent pipe connected to the Shoal Lake aqueduct had been vandalized...

Residents Concerned about Recent Rise in River Level
April 1, 1998 - The Red River crested yesterday at 17.2 feet James Avenue datum. Levels dropped overnight, with the current river level at 16 feet James Avenue...

Last update: 25.10.2012

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