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- After a successful launch of the Winnipeg 150 anniversary exhibit at the Millennium Library this winter, we’re taking the exhibit on the road.
- The biological control program is aimed at treating parts of the city with a high density of Elm trees for about a month to reduce defoliation, and support tree health
- Our Public Works Department is celebrating National Public Works Week with an expo that offers something for everyone.
- Every spring, the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service sees an increase in the number of accidental fires, and arson.
- The annual SAFE Roads campaign launched today. We are a proud partner. Together we remind people to slow down around roadside workers.
- The grass clippings, leaves, and twigs that residents have hauled to the curb as part of our yard waste collection have been turned into compost ready for your garden and we are giving it away for free.
- Safety is a top priority. A rooftop railing, ladder, handrails, staircase and decking are all things our Fleet Management Agency designed, built, and installed at the Rainbow Stage last month.
- The past few years have been hard on Winnipeggers. We’ve seen a global pandemic, record-breaking snowfalls, flooding and rain events, and record numbers of wildfires in Canada. More weather events are expected in coming years as climate change continues to impact our environment. But you can act now to get yourself and your family prepared. That way, if the worst happens, you’ll know what to do.
- The City of Winnipeg’s insect control program involves larviciding to treat standing water to stop larvae from emerging into mosquitoes, trap counting, and, if required, fogging.
- We’re working on trialing a new solution to those pesky potholes.
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