From Blue to Brown with BULL

Selkirk’s historic Blue Bridge has been transporting commuters from Selkirk to East Selkirk and back over the Red River for 82 years now. It’s a part of our heritage and many Selkirkians are sentimental about the iconic bridge. But it’s showing its age, weathered by many storms and the warm and fuzzy feelings we have…

Minister Carr delivers good news for mayors and reeves at meeting hosted by City of Selkirk

Federal Minister of International Trade Diversification Jim Carr came to Selkirk on Monday and he brought with him the best kind of news for Capital Region mayors and reeves – more than $3.2 billion that flows directly from the Government of Canada to their municipalities. The Association of Manitoba Municipalities (AMM), of which Selkirk Mayor…

Flood Update 03/26/19

The City of Selkirk is well experienced in preparing for spring conditions and have plans in place to mitigate the flood risk to the City. A major component of these plans includes filling in the temporary dykes that we have in various locations throughout Selkirk to protect the City. At this time the risk is…