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- The Living Prairie Museum is offering four prairie planting workshops through the spring with prairie ecologist and restoration expert John Morgan.
- It's not safe to be around waterways during the spring melt. If you do get stuck out on the ice, Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service first responders are ready to help. They’ve been training all winter for situations like these. 
- An introduction to the Community Safety Team, a new resource in the City of Winnipeg dedicated to protecting public safety while supporting vulnerable residents in urgent need.
- An overview of spring break programming at the City of Winnipeg March 23 – April 1.
- The City of Winnipeg’s Emergency Social Services team is called out during emergencies to support evacuees.
- This International Women’s Day, here’s a look back at how women fared in politics and the workplace since Winnipeg became a city 150 years ago.
- Remember to replace batteries and test CO and smoke alarms when you change your clocks for daylight saving time. Businesses and organizations should also check their AEDs as specified in the manufacturer’s instructions.
- We’re working to improve safety and accessibility on residential sidewalks by plowing snow more frequently
- Learn more about and explore Winnipeg’s unique history at the Millennium Library. The exhibit showcases images from the City of Winnipeg’s archival collection, Winnipeg Public Library, Manitoba Museum, Archives of Manitoba / Hudson’s Bay Archives, and other sources.
- Tips for what residents should do when using and getting rid of batteries.
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