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Friday, July 19, 2019

City of Brandon Receives Suicide Prevention Award of Excellence

Brandon, MB – The City of Brandon’s efforts to promote mental health and wellness in the workplace and in the community at-large have been recognized with a 2017 Award of Excellence from the Brandon and Area Suicide Prevention Implementation Network (SPIN). City representatives were presented with the award at SPIN’S annual World Suicide Prevention Day…

Brandon & District United Way Announces 2017 – 2018 Campaign Goal

The Brandon and District United Way board members, sponsors and volunteers took aim during their campaign kick off with a hockey themed delivery live from centre Ice at Westman Communications Place. United Way Board Chair Terry Carlisle set the tone of the campaign kick off by putting things into perspective this way, “There are many…

Brandon’s Queen Elizabeth Park Officially Re-opened After Extended Closure

The City of Brandon’s Community Services Department is pleased to inform the public that after an extended closure through the spring and summer, Queen Elizabeth Park (accessed from the intersection of 26th Street & McDonald Avenue) has officially re-opened to the public today. The park was initially closed in early April due to rising floodwaters…

Installation of City Park & Greenspace Signage Underway

The City of Brandon’s Community Services Department is pleased to inform the public that installation of branded identification signage in many of Brandon’s popular neighbourhood parks is underway this fall. As per a recommendation within the City of Brandon’s Greenspace Master Plan adopted by Brandon City Council in 2015, design, construction and installation of standardized…

Manitobans asked to give views during pre-budget consultations

Premier Brian Pallister and Finance Minister Cameron Friesen today announced the launch of Budget 2018’s pre-budget consultations that will give Manitoba families the opportunity to share their views on three key issues for Manitoba’s future:  sustaining health care, controlling marijuana use and balancing the budget. “Each of these issues directly affect Manitoba families,” said Pallister. …
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