Dauphin Herald News

The Dauphin COVID-19 Vaccine Supersite is closing. The clinic housed at the Ukrainian Orthodox Hall will close, following its last clinic, Mar. 2. Those still needing to receive their first, second or third dose of COVID-19 vaccine can do so between 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Both booked appointments and…
Dauphin has strong ties with Ukraine, both culturally and directly and the invasion of the Eastern European country by Russian forces is causing unease among many local residents of Ukrainian heritage. “I would say they are very much disturbed by the war. I’m getting so many texts and phone calls…
The Manitoba RCMP West District, which includes Dauphin, experienced a significant decrease in calls for service in January compared to the same time period the previous year, dropping nine per cent from 4,756 last year to 4,607 in 2022. Decreases were reported in all categories, except crimes against property. The…
The Dauphin Economic Development Committee has a new identity and is ready to get back to work.Formerly known as the Dauphin Economic Development and Tourism Board, the committee has new terms of reference passed by city council at its regular meeting, Feb. 14.“In the past when I was in this…
Tuesday, 22 February 2022 11:07

MCA Gets Funding

The Manitoba government is providing $750,000 in funding to the Manitoba Camping Association (MCA), to support a COVID-19 economic recovery plan for eligible overnight camps throughout the province.The one-time funding grant will be used to offset financial impacts experienced by camps due to COVID-19. This includes financial strain due to…
Tuesday, 22 February 2022 10:59

Province Releases First Flood Forecast

Manitoba’s Hydrologic Forecast Centre’s spring flood outlook reports the risk of moderate to major flooding in most southern Manitoba basins is dependent on weather conditions from now until the spring melt.The Hydrologic Forecast Centre advises that, while there is a risk of major flooding along the Red River and its…
A road safety observation study commissioned last fall by Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) reports that non-seatbelt use is higher in rural Manitoba with 10 per cent of all drivers observed not wearing their seatbelt, compared to three per cent in the Winnipeg region.The two worst regions for non-seatbelt use were…
Dauphin and District Snowmobile Club held its monthly meeting, Feb. 7 at the Mossey River Inn in Winnipegosis.Some members drove sleds to the meeting and ordered meals and refreshments.Our trail maps are available through several businesses in Dauphin, Winnipegosis, Ethelbert and Fork River or from any of our members. For…
Effective today Manitoba has made a provincewide shift to Yellow under the Pandemic response system.The move is possible because key COVID-19 indicators are stabilizing. Premier Heather Stefanson added the overall situation is allowing Manitoba to move forward with a plan to further reduce public health restrictions.Adjustments will be made as…
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