WHEREAS: Ringette was first played in Canada in 1963 created by Sam Jacks in an effort to draw more women to play sports; and WHEREAS: The sport of Ringette was introduced in Manitoba in 1967 in Fort Garry, with the Manitoba Ringette Association (Ringette Manitoba) established in 1972; and WHEREAS:
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The City of Selkirk wishes to remind the community that vehicles may not be parked on City streets for more than 24 hours at a time. This is especially important during snow removal operations as parked vehicles during this period obstruct the removal of snow from the streets by City
Please be advised that a new by-law regarding emergency alarm systems has been implemented, effective August 2023.By-Law No. 5382. The objectives of this by-law are to: Our mission is to educate, not penalize the public. As a result, one false alarm will result in an official warning; fines only begin
City of Selkirk Municipal Buildings will be closed on Monday, November 13, 2023, in lieu of Remembrance Day. The regular meeting of Council scheduled for Monday, November 13, 2023, has been rescheduled to Tuesday, November 14, 2023. The Waste Transfer Station will also be closed on November 11. Selkirk Transit
If it’s possible to imagine a pre-Second World War Selkirk, and knowing what we know now, your imagination should take you to Dufferin Avenue. An ordinary street in an ordinary prairie town. The men and women who lived there were likely friends, some were related, and they were living ordinary
Please be advised that beginning November 13th and continuing into 2024 the City will be trimming trees, shrubs, and hedges along sidewalks and streets as part of our general urban forestry maintenance. This initiative focuses on improving accessibility for pedestrians, vehicular traffic, and snow-clearing equipment on City streets and sidewalks.