Today the Minister of Health, Seniors and Active Living, the Honourable Kelvin Goertzen, announced that a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine would be purchased by the Province of Manitoba and installed at the Dauphin Regional Health Centre. The construction of the new building to house the MRI machine was completed earlier this year,… Read more »
The paving crew from Stirling Enterprises will be moving into Dauphin in the next week or so to begin road and street asphalting. This year the City of Dauphin is planning on doing in excess of $1 million of asphalt road repairs, pothole fixes and road reconstruction. This is the single largest commitment of local… Read more »
Multi Material Stewardship Manitoba (MMSM), in cooperation with the City of Dauphin, is conducting a waste and recycling audit in Dauphin this week. A private contractor will be collecting waste and recycling at several locations each day as part of the audit. MMSM is conducting the study to see if there are ways the City… Read more »
This Spring, on May 19, 2017 the Canada 150th Bloom Celebration was hosted at City hall at 4 PM. Local youth, seniors and dignitaries were in involved in this ceremony. You can read more about the ceremony by clicking 150th Celebration Garden.
In February 2017 the Provincial Government changed the mechanism by which municipalities in Manitoba issue parking tickets, which are now called Penalty Notices. All municipalities in Manitoba must follow the process outlined in the Municipal Bylaw Enforcement Act (http://web2.gov.mb.ca/laws/statutes/ccsm/m245e.php), which speaks to the bylaw that municipalities must pass, and the method by which Penalty Notice… Read more »