1998 November News Releases
Savoy and New Brunswick Hotels
November 27, 1998 - The City of Winnipeg has acquired the Savoy and New Brunswick Hotels as part of the North Main Task Force's renewal initiative for Main Street. The sale comes into effect on Tuesday, December 1st. Currently, five people are residents at the Savoy.
Point Douglas Residents Celebrate New No. 6 Fire Station
November 19, 1998 - Point Douglas area residents will benefit from a new fire station located on the corner of McGregor and Redwood, thanks to a $1.3 million capital project. The project involved replacing the old no. 6 Fire Station which was built in 1908.
City Warns of Dangers of Thin Ice—Extreme Caution Required Around Rivers and Retention Ponds
November 16, 1998 - As colder temperatures arrive, thin layers of ice are forming on the city's rivers and retention ponds, creating treacherous conditions. The City's Harbour Patrol and Emergency Response Service are urging citizens to keep off of ice-covered bodies of water.
Alzheimer Society Videos Now Available at Winnipeg Public Library
November 12, 1998 - The Alzheimer Society has made a series of videos available through the Winnipeg Public Library. "The videos focus on real life experiences of people living with Alzheimer Disease, and present practical information, tips and strategies that caregivers need to know," ...
Mayor Murray Welcomes New Council
November 4, 1998 - Mayor Glen Murray is pleased to announce his appointments to Executive Policy Committee, effective immediately. Deputy Mayor - Lillian Thomas (Elmwood)
Christmas Tree to Illuminate City Hall Courtyard
November 4, 1998 - On Friday, November 6, the City of Winnipeg will continue its annual tradition of installing and decorating a Christmas tree in the courtyard of City Hall, 510 Main Street.
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