2009 July News Releases
WINNIPEG - July 30, 2009 -The City of Winnipeg continues to monitor adult nuisance mosquito activity closely.
WINNIPEG - July 30, 2009 -The August long weekend operating hours for civic facilities, and schedules for civic services, are as follows:
WINNIPEG - July 24, 2009 - Between April 1, 2009 and June 30, 2009, 434,322 calls and 13,084 emails were handled by the 311 contact centre team.
WINNIPEG - July 24, 2009 - Bring the whole family to Living Prairie Museum and celebrate the magnificent monarch butterfly during the 2nd Annual Monarch Butterfly Festival.
Chief Peguis Trail Extension Project Request for Qualifications Phase Complete
WINNIPEG - July 21, 2009 - Today, the City of Winnipeg's Chief Peguis Trail Extension Project team announced that the first phase of the Project's procurement process — the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) phase — is complete.
WINNIPEG - July 21, 2009 - Mayor Sam Katz will present the 2009 Lehotsky Scholarships in honour of the late Reverend Harry Lehotsky today.
Winnipeg Goldeyes Team up with Winnipeg Public Library in Support of Children's Literacy
WINNIPEG - July 16, 2009 - For the eleventh year, players from the Winnipeg Goldeyes Baseball Club are teaming up with the Winnipeg Public Library to promote children’s literacy and support the Library’s TD Summer Reading Club. Goldeyes players will visit nine branches across the city, to share the fun and importance of reading with young library users.
EPC considers Infrastructure Deficit Funding Options
WINNIPEG - July 16, 2009 - Last night, Executive Policy Committee unanimously voted in favour of a report to consider funding options to address the City's total infrastructure deficit of $7.4 billion for existing and new strategic infrastructure over the next 10 years.
Monarch Butterfly Festival
WINNIPEG - July 13, 2009 - Celebrate magnificent Monarch butterflies at the Living Prairie Museum’s 2nd Annual Monarch Butterfly Festival.…
City's Pothole Patching Blitz and Summer Sweep Underway
WINNIPEG - July 6, 2009 - The City of Winnipeg has initiated a blitz to repair potholes on residential streets, with an aggressive campaign underway in all areas of the City.…
City Continues Extensive Larviciding Program In Response To Heavy Rainfall Last Weekend
WINNIPEG - July 3, 2009 - After conducting a successful spring larviciding program, the Insect Control Branch is continuing with its aggressive larviciding program.…
Infrastructure deficit expected to balloon to $7.4 billion
WINNIPEG - July 3, 2009 - Committed to ensuring that repairing our crumbling roads and bridges remains a top priority for all levels of government, the Secretary of Strategic Infrastructure Renewal will provide reports to Executive Policy Committee that show a total funding shortfall of $7.4 billion dollars to achieve an appropriate level of condition.…
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