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2000 December News Releases

The 2001 Garbage and Recycling Calendar is in Your Phone Book
December 28, 2000 - The 2001 Garbage and Recycling Calendar, along with more information about garbage and recycling, is at the back of the White Pages of your MTS phone book.

No Garbage / Recyclables Collection on New Year's Day
December 28, 2000 - There will be no garbage/recyclables collection on Monday, January 1.

Christmas Tree Recycling Depots
December 27, 2000 - Don't throw your Christmas tree away after the holiday season — Recycle it.

Mayor's Vision for Greener City Released
December 15, 2000 - Mayor Glen Murray today released a discussion paper aimed at making Winnipeg a more environmentally conscious and sustainable city

Cryptosporidium News Release (pdf, 44kb)
December 6, 2000 - Dr. Margaret Fast, Medical Officer of Health with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, advises residents with severely weakened immune systems to boil water used for drinking and food preparation.

The Facts about Cryptosporidium and the Winnipeg Water Supply
December 1, 2000 - Cryptosporidium parvum (Crypto) is a parasite that may contaminate water supplies and cause human illness.

Boil Water Advisory for Severely Immunocompromised Persons Still in Place - Latest Tests Negative for Crypto in the Water Supply
December 1, 2000 - Dr. Margaret Fast, Medical Officer of Health with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, says, "until further notice, I am still advising Winnipeg residents with severely compromised immune systems to continue the precautionary measure of boiling their drinking water

Last update: 26.01.2015

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