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2000 November News Releases

Budget Affirms 2% Tax Cut for 2001 and 2002
November 29, 2000 - Executive Policy Committee today tabled the 2001-2002 Operating Budget Update and By-law.

Immunocompromised Persons Still Advised to Boil Their Drinking Water - Follow up Test Results Show Low Levels of Cryptosporidium
November 21, 2000 - Test results received yesterday again reveal low levels of Cryptosporidium in two of four samples taken at Deacon Reservoir late last week.

Immunocompromised Persons Advised to Boil Their Drinking Water
November 17, 2000 - Dr. Margret Fast, Medical Officer of Health with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, advised Winnipeg residents with severely weakened immune systems to boil their drinking water vigorously for one minute.

City Urges Residents to Keep Away from Open and Ice-Covered Water
November 15, 2000 - The City of Winnipeg cautions people to keep away from all bodies of water, such as drainage ditches, streams, creeks, rivers, and retention ponds.

Red River College Quick Facts - City of Winnipeg
November 3, 2000 - Subject to City Council approval on November 22nd, 2000, Red River will be eligible for a tax credit of up to approximately $15.75 million under the City of Winnipeg Heritage Tax Credit Program

Last update: 26.01.2015

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