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2003 June News Releases

City and province release smoking ban implementation strategy
WINNIPEG - June 26, 2003 - The City of Winnipeg and Province of Manitoba today released a joint strategy to implement the City's smoking ban.
Three levels of government launch Public Service Week in Manitoba 2003 En Francais
WINNIPEG - June 16, 2003 - Greg Selinger, Manitoba Finance Minister and Minister responsible for the Manitoba Civil Service, City of Winnipeg Acting Deputy Mayor Gord Steeves and Orville Buffie, Chair of the Manitoba Federal Council today launched Public Service Week in Manitoba 2003 and invited all Manitobans to recognize public sector employees across the province during this week.
Winnipeg Transit Summer Schedule
WINNIPEG - June 15, 2003 - Beginning Sunday, June 15th, Winnipeg Transit's Summer Schedule will be in effect with changes to the following routes.
City begins a new Unidirectional Water Main Cleaning Program
WINNIPEG - June 9, 2003 - Members of the media are invited to view and film the work crew as they flush a water main.
Margaret Grant Pool closed for maintenance
WINNIPEG - June 9, 2003 - Effective June 6, Margaret Grant Swimming Pool, 685 Dalhousie Drive, is closed for approximately three weeks to allow repairs to the pool drain system and modifications to the building electrical system.
Students help plan environmental future
WINNIPEG - June 2, 2003 - University, high school and elementary students will help shape Winnipeg's environmental future at the third in a series of Town Hall meetings on the environment tomorrow, June 3, 2003.

Last update: 29.03.2007

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