2000 March News Releases
Mayor Glen Murray has Received the Request by CUPE Local 500 to Seek Third Party Assistance in Negotiating a Collective Agreement
March 31, 2000 - The Mayor will consult with members of Executive Policy Committee over the next few days and a decision will be reached at that time about seeking conciliation or mediation from the province. In these matters, the Mayor does not have the authority to act alone.
New Transit Fares
March 30, 2000 - Beginning April 1st, 2000, Winnipeg Transit fares will increase by the equivalent of 5 cents per ride. The increase applies to cash fares, tickets and passes.
Municipal Golf Courses Open This Weekend
March 23, 2000 - Harbour View Golf Course, 1867 Springfield Road; Crescent Drive Golf Course, 781 Crescent Drive; Kildonan Golf Course, 2021 Main Street; and Windsor Park Golf Course, 10 Des Meurons, begin their year 2000 operation at 7:00 am, on Saturday, March 25, 2000.
"Circle of Life Thunderbird House" - Grand Opening
March 21, 2000 - Today, representatives of the Winnipeg Development Agreement (WDA), the North Main Street Task Force, and the Neeginan Development Corporation participated in the grand opening of the Circle of Life Thunderbird House, the focal point of Neeginan — Our Place.
City to Host International Soccer Matches
March 18, 2000 - the City of Winnipeg announced an agreement with the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) to bring two international soccer matches to the Winnipeg Soccer Complex, 900 Waverley Street, in the spring of 2000.
Be Water Safe This Spring
March 15, 2000 - The City of Winnipeg Water Safe Committee kicked-off a Public Information campaign to warn citizens about the dangers of playing near waterways during the spring season.
Citizen Safety Concerns Prompt Skill and Competency Evaluation for Firefighters
March 8, 2000 - The City's Emergency Response Service (ERS) has implemented a daily skill and competency evaluation for firefighters and officers to address citizens' concerns about the skill and training level of ERS members.
City of Winnipeg Successfully Launches $30 Million Sinking Fund Debenture Issue
March 2, 2000 - The City of Winnipeg has announced the successful launch of a $30 million sinking fund debenture on the Canadian capital markets. The debenture, which will be settled on March 10, 2000, was sold through the city's fiscal agencies, co-led by CIBC World Markets Inc. and RBC Dominion Securities Inc.
Mayor's Itinerary Highlights - March
March 1, 2000 - Wednesday, March 1 - 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. - Big Breakfast Show A-Channel - The Forks. Topic: Careers
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