Dealing with door-to-door sales of large household items

The Manitoba Consumer Protection Office is warning Manitobans to be cautious about door-to-door selling of large household items such as furnaces, air conditioners and water heaters as sales become more frequent during the summer months. Consumers should be aware of their rights under the Consumer Protection Act and research the recommended tips before making a… Read more »

New “No Parking” Zones in Dauphin

Please be advised that as per City of Dauphin Parking Bylaw Amendment 06/2016, passed by Council on May 16, 2016, there is now no parking allowed on 1st Avenue SE (both sides) from Main Street South for approximately 40 metres to the east and there is now no parking allowed on 1st Avenue NE (north… Read more »

Salvation Army Makes a Tough Decision Regarding Continued Presence in Dauphin

As of June 30, 2016, after 116 years in Dauphin, the Salvation Army will be leaving our community. Representatives of the Salvation Army met with Deputy Mayor Dowhan and Assistant CAO Sharla Griffiths prior to this announcement, to provide the City notice of the closure. Deputy Mayor Dowhan praised the Salvation Army for their contribution… Read more »

Community Energy Partnership

Manitoba Hydro and the City of Dauphin are pleased to announce a new partnership focused on energy efficiency, as detailed in the attached Press Release. Further details on the pilot project will be made available on our website as the program rolls out in the coming months. To view the Press Release click here.