Beginning December 22, 2021, all City of Selkirk employees must either be fully immunized against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing to minimize the risk of impacts to safety for staff and members of the public. The city’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy was approved Nov. 10 and all employees are required to
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Jason Boyd knows a thing or two about deliveries. The owner of Frank’s Pizza has been responsible for bringing fresh ‘za to Selkirk and area doorsteps for years and he’s now expanding his partnership with the Selkirk Transit Authority to help deliver young people to local destinations as well. Frank’s
Council of the City of Selkirk gave final reading and enacted its Greenhouse Gas Accountability Bylaw this Monday and the innovative move is truly akin to a breath of fresh air. When reduced to its simplest terms, that’s what the bylaw aims to achieve – fresh air by reducing the
Please be advised that all City of Selkirk Municipal Buildings will be closed on Thursday, November 11, 2021, for Remembrance Day. Thursday’s recycling collection will take place on Friday, November 12th Selkirk Transit will not be operating but will resume service on Friday, November 12th.
SelkirkNOW.ca; ‘on par with some of the most sophisticated economic development strategies’ in the World
When you drive into the City of Selkirk on Hwy. 9A there’s a sign that greets you at the southern border – it says: ‘The City of Selkirk – Where it all comes together’. It’s a welcome sign, with a catchy phrase that might stick in your head if you’re