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- Tips for what residents should do when using and getting rid of batteries.
- Winnipeg Transit is gearing up to transform its route network in 2025. Residents are invited to get to know the proposed plan before it is finalized.
- Seasonal recruitment is now underway at the City of Winnipeg.
- If you're searching for mental health supports, home-care services, or newcomer resources, knowing where to go can be overwhelming and stressful. A call to 211 Manitoba can connect you to government, health, and social service resources available across the province to help.
- A simple request for a cupboard 150 years ago helped start the City of Winnipeg Archives. Since then, the municipal collection has grown to one of the most complete in Canada.
- We know current weather conditions are making getting around difficult for some Winnipeggers. We are doing what we can to make things easier; however, it is difficult to keep all surfaces passable at all times while snow just keeps melting and freezing.
- Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service's STEMI heart attack protocol helps patients get the treatment they need quicker if they call 911.
- As of April 1, 2024, operating a short-term rental, or a platform that lists them, will require a City of Winnipeg licence.
- This year, each library branch will have free family friendly programs, activities, and musical performances running in the evenings and every Saturday in February.
- On this day 150 years ago, newly elected officials held Winnipeg’s first ever City Council meeting.
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