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1998 July News Releases

Tests Confirm Zoo Animals Died of Anthrax
July 31, 1998 - ests conducted by the Animal Disease Research Laboratory in Lethridge, Alberta, confirm the recent deaths of a bison and white-tailed deer at the Assiniboine Park Zoo were...

Residential Fogging Program Completed
July 29, 1998 -The City of Winnipeg has completed the first round of residential fogging for mosquitoes. Due to a significant decline in mosquito numbers...

City's First Off-Leash Dog Parks Open Today
July 28, 1998 - "Fields for Fido," the City of Winnipeg's first off-leash dog parks, open today in 11 locations throughout Winnipeg...

Shoal Lake Algae Bloom Affects Winnipeg Water Supply
July 23, 1998 - An algae bloom in Shoal Lake is affecting Winnipeg's drinking water, causing a taste and odour which some Winnipeg residents...

City Receives "Strategic Facility Master Plan " Report
July 21, 1998 - The City of Winnipeg today received a report and presentation on a strategic plan to manage its key facilities. These facilities include...

City Commences Residential Fogging Program For Mosquitoes
July 15, 1998 - Due to a sharp increase in the number of mosquitoes found in City of Winnipeg mosquito traps, the City will commence a residential mosquito fogging program starting...

River Levels Rise - City Urges Special Precautions
July 2, 1998 - River levels within the city are expected to rise approximately 2 feet from the current level of 10.5 feet James Avenue datum, reaching 12.5 feet...

Last update: 25.10.2012

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