Dauphin Herald News

What started as a joke amongst acquaintances soon became a reality when it came to starting up a partnership and distillery in Grandview. Since 2017, Grand Vieux Liquor Company has been busy behind the scenes working on their product line and is one step closer to getting their liquor ready…
Progress is being made in regards to the proposed toboggan hill on the DMCC grounds. The organizing committee has entered into agreements with the Northwest Métis Council, Dauphin Friendship Centre and the Government of Treaty 2 Territory, who will all have representation on the committee. Committee member Stacey Penner was…
Full details have yet to be released, but Lindsay Rubeniuk of 100th Meridian Immigration believes plans to wave Visa requirements for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war with Russia will make it easier for them to come to Canada. The Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant said the Canada Ukraine Authorization for Emergency…
Life with a disability can be challenging at the best of times. Limitations can add to the stigma people with disabilities face when trying to go about their daily activities or trying to find acceptance from others. Winnipegosis resident, Alex Lytwyn has been breaking down barriers that try to prevent…
Mountain View School Division (MVSD) is getting set to shed face masks in its 16 schools. Effective Mar. 15, MVSD will no longer require the use of a mask in any of its facilities. “We are following the provincial health mandate. The province has made the decision in the last…
Tuesday, 15 March 2022 07:36

Ward leaving MVSD

Mountain View School Division (MVSD) is on the hunt for a new superintendent/CEO as Dan Ward is leaving the division at the end of the school year. “I’ve taken a position with Garden Valley School Division, which starts in July. I’ll be their superintendent, effective this summer,” Ward said. When…
By Riley TuretskyGPCI Student On Dec. 7, 2021, Grades 11 and 12 students at Gilbert Plains Collegiate Institute (GPCI) were given the opportunity to sit in on former GPCI student, Chris Manchur’s “Agriculture through a Microscope” presentation. The presentation aimed to give rural high school students a chance to experience…
The Parkland Chamber of Commerce held its annual Celebration Night complete with awards at Countryfest Community Cinema, Mar. 10, and Gabe Mercier could not be more excited. “I really get excited about awards because awards come because of hard work, because of dedication,” the chamber president said to get the…
After two years of plying their trade in the shadows of the pandemic, Zirka Ukrainian Dance Ensemble is ready to once again perform and shed a little light on a dark time in the world. And, considering the war in Ukraine, the group is using its recital, which is normally…
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