Dauphin Herald News

This past summer the City of Dauphin reduced the number of lead water service lines in the community thanks to a financial incentive for homeowners. In June, a $1,000 rebate was made available to homeowners who have lead service lines on their property and who contracted city crews to replace…
Tuesday, 25 October 2022 07:26

Fire At Parkview Lodge Tuesday

The Dauphin Fire Department responded to a fire early Tuesday morning at the Parkview Lodge in Dauphin. The blaze is believed to have started in the kitchen area of the building. Investigation into the fire continues and more details are expected later in the day on Tuesday. _____ RELEASE FROM…
For the final instalment of our mayoralty candidate series the focus shifted to infrastructure, which is perhaps the most important responsibility for a municipal government. We asked, “From buildings and facilities to sidewalks, roads and the systems buried beneath them, infrastructure is arguably the most important responsibility of a municipal…
It has long been said that it takes 21 days to break a habit and 21 days to make a habit. And Dauphin deputy city manager Lisa Gaudet is hoping to help city residents form a new habit through a 9 PM Routine campaign meant to involve the entire community…
Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa MP Dan Mazier will play a prominent role in the Conservative Party of Canada’s shadow cabinet. Mazier will serve as the shadow minister for Rural Economic Development and Connectivity after being appointed by Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre. “I guess the leader identified that I was a very good…
With polling day just two weeks away, mayoralty candidates take a look at sustainability. We asked the question, “Over the last number of years the City has undertaken development with eye towards environmental sustainability. Is this a focus you would like to see continue and what initiatives have you included…
The Manitoba government has finalized details of its new plan to attract, train and retain veterinarians to support commercial agriculture in rural areas. “Our government has invested in this new strategy to address the critical shortage of veterinarians providing care for commercial livestock and poultry operations in rural Manitoba,” Agriculture…
Fusion Credit Union (FCU) has announced another round of Community Infusion winners. Launched in 2021, Community Infusion is designed to promote economic development and entrepreneurship in FCU communities. “Community Infusion stems from the belief that economic development is the foundation behind thriving communities,” said FCU Business Development manager Mike Csversko.…
The City of Dauphin’s vision and goals for the future, along with the policies that will help make them a reality, were laid out in a draft development plan presented to the public for their feedback, last week. About 30 residents attended an open house at City Hall, Oct. 6,…
Page 3 of 13