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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Campground Openings Delayed in Some Manitoba Parks

Manitoba Environment, Climate and Parks continues to advise all provincial park and campground visitors to carefully check and monitor conditions before heading to provincial parks this spring as some campgrounds and trails are closed to help protect the health and safety of Manitobans. Updated details on closures and advisories due to flooding and spring weather…

Ex-Brandon resident travels to Poland to help Ukrainians

Glen Kirkland never imagined entering another war zone after being severely wounded in Afghanistan in 2008, but that’s just where he’s finding himself once again. When he heard about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, he knew he needed to help, and within a day or two had a one-way ticket booked. Kirkland has many connections…

Division does not add to our nation

BDNMB columnist Keith Borkowsky met with Jean and Michèle Charest last week to talk about politics and national unity. I never thought I would see the day when a Conservative would be criticized by another Conservative for being successful working in the private sector. Yet in watching a debate between candidates seeking the Conservative Party…

Free Soil Amendment Giveaway At The Parks Complex

The City of Brandon invites interested residents to pick-up free soil amendment & woodchips this Saturday, May 14th, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., weather dependent. Pickup is available at the City of Brandon Parks Complex (2020 McGregor Avenue). As there are limited quantities available, this giveaway is on a first come, first served…

Suspect arrested for spray painting fences, other property

Source: BPS News Release On Saturday May 7th, 2022, at approximately 3:27 pm, police had received several complaints regarding a male subject who was observed spray painting fences and other property along Richmond Avenue. As a result of members of the public contacting police, we were able to make an arrest on a 23 year…
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