On the heels of the recent announcement of the potential new solar glass plant, Charbone Corporation has announced today that Selkirk will be home to Manitoba’s first green hydrogen production facility. The plant will be powered by renewable energy and will supply and sell green hydrogen throughout Manitoba and beyond.
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Strategic growth, largest road renewal program in decades and climate action all part of affordable budget 2022
Selkirk city council has once again delivered its budget before year’s end – which comes with a host of benefits – and once again, the process was done with the presence of COVID still weighing heavy on everyone at the table. Mayor Larry Johannson said budget time is intense no
The City of Selkirk has named long-time firefighter and Deputy Chief Dave Milner as the Selkirk Fire Department’s new Fire Chief. Milner assumed the role on Jan. 1 and took over for long-time Chief Dan Thorsteinson. “Dave was the successful candidate from a very competitive application process, and I’m thrilled
In response to rapidly rising cases of COVID-19, the City of Selkirk will be moving to Level 3 of its Covid-19 Business Continuity Plan and Response Strategy, effective immediately. Below is what you can expect: The City of Selkirk Civic Office will remain closed to the public until further
The City of Selkirk wishes to remind residents 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 staff.
As we enter the holiday season with the Omicron variant expected to be transmitted at an unprecedented rate, we have decided to implement additional temporary safety measures listed below beginning Thursday, December 23rd 2021 at 4pm. City staff with the ability to work from home will be encouraged to do