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Contest back for the third year

For the third year in a row, Fusion Credit Union is proud to present “Community Infusion”, the business idea competition that infuses economic growth and prosperity into our local communities.

“At Fusion, we are ‘here for good’, and to us, that means we are committed to our communities today and for the long term,” says Fusion CEO Darwin Johns.


Find out more in this week’s Review.

 

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 14 May 2023 14:00

Chamber has a proposal

The Roblin and District Chamber of Commerce has made a proposal to council that the empty lot at 152 Main Street (formerly Green Acres Greenhouse) be made into a public space for the use of the community.

The chamber is proposing that the gate on the lot be removed – at minimal cost – with the municipality providing four or six picnic tables and a receptacle for garbage, with a small pergola erected.

Check out this week’s Municipality of Roblin council briefs.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 14 May 2023 13:59

New rules for Clear Lake

All lakes in Manitoba are at risk for Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) such as zebra mussels. Sadly, some lakes in the province are already plagued with AIS, which cannot be reversed.

In an effort to ensure Riding Mountain National Park (RMNP) remains free of zebra mussels, a new program has been implemented.

Read this week’s paper for the rest of the story.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 14 May 2023 13:57

Seniors are cool in Grandview

In 2006, a program called Seniors Are Cool started in Grandview School K-12.

The Grandview Resource Council brought the idea of bringing seniors into the school to form a relationship with our Grade 5 students. This was an opportunity to show students that elderly people have valuable skills and knowledge and allow the students to realize that there are many people in the community who care about them and their education.

Read this week’s Mountain View Matters for more.

Hillman Dance Studio held its 10th annual year end showcase Sunday afternoon April 30 at the Community Centre.

The audience was treated to 25 numbers in all featuring 50 plus dancers ranging in age from three  year olds to high schoolers as well as a guest appearances by dancers from Giny Hillman’s studio in Churchbridge.

For a look at a few of the numbers, check out the picture page in this week's Review.

Sunday, 07 May 2023 15:15

LEARN Centre keeps busy

March was a very busy month at Roblin’s LEARN Centre including the launch of a beginner computer class and a new babysitting course.

Nine youth took part and all obtained their certificate. T

Find out what else has kept the centre busy in this issue.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 07 May 2023 15:13

Dancer lodged in the cells overnight

RCMP responded to report of a person unknown on a highway dancing in the rain about 11 p.m. Friday, April 18.

Person admitted to taking drugs and lodged in cells for the night.

To read more about what kept local police busy in the past two weeks check out this week’s RCMP report.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 07 May 2023 15:12

Duck Mountain in peril: report

A new audit released Wednesday by the Wilderness Committee highlights extensive problems with logging activities and provincial park operation in the Duck Mountain region of Manitoba, known colloquially as the Ducks.

The Wilderness Committee, and what it says are a majority of Manitobans, have been calling for an end to logging in provincial parks for decades.

Want to know more? Check out this week’s issue.

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