New Council Sworn Into Office

Approximately 80 people attended the official swearing-in ceremony for City Council on evening of Thursday, October 30th, representing many local community organizations, senior City management, along with friends and families of the Council members.  The newly elected members of Council were piped into the Council Chambers by Doug Storey, and the national anthem was sung… Read more »

Dauphin wins Class of Champions Category at National Communities in Bloom Awards

This past weekend, Councillor Eilers and representatives, Marie Sorlie and Marg Wasylyshen from the Dauphin Communities in Bloom Committee were on hand in PEI to accept the award for Class of Champions (small) category. Dauphin received a 5 Bloom rating and a special mention for Revitalization West Dauphin during the 2014 National Symposium and… Read more »

City & RM Meet With Province on New Correctional Facility

Mayor Irwin, Reeve Forbes, along with senior Administrative, Public Works and Economic Development staff of both municipalities met with five senior representatives of Manitoba Infrastructure & Transportation (Accommodation Services Division) on September 16, 2014 to discuss specifics of the new Dauphin correctional facility.  The meeting focused on the timing and details of the planned transfer… Read more »

City Council Commits $50,000 to Watson Arts Centre “Big Ask” Project

The Watson Arts Centre (WAC) recently kicked off it’s “Big Ask” capital campaign, which will see the not-for-profit organization raise $1.5 million to be used in four phases of development at the historic building.  City Council on Saturday night committed an initial $50,000 in funding toward the campaign, which it hopes can be levered many… Read more »