News releases issued by the City of Selkirk

30 Year Exemplary Service Medals Awarded to Three Members of the Selkirk Fire Department

Three members of Selkirk Fire Department receive 30-year Exemplary Service Medals Chief Dan Thorsteinson and firefighters Lorne Hokanson and Leonard Mikolash recognized by Selkirk City Council Selkirk Fire Chief Dan Thorsteinson, along with Firefighters Lorne Hokanson and Leonard Mikolash, received their Governor General’s Fire Service Exemplary Service Medal 30-year supplemental bars at a ceremony prior…

Selkirk Park Pool Enhancement on Hold

City waiting for approval of Canada 150 grant application Repairs and improvements to Selkirk Park Pool scheduled for this fall have been put on hold so the city can take advantage of federal grant money that would offset the more than $200,000 in upgrades if it’s approved. CAO Duane Nicol said the city applied for…

Manitoba Avenue Traffic Improvements

Right turns on red not allowed when leaving West Manitoba shopping areas, hotel City also improves signs to make travel lanes clearer Photo: CAO Duane Nicol, left, and Director of Operations Dan McDermid, at the Manitoba Avenue intersection into Selkirk Crossing and Canadian Tire. Right turns on red are no longer allowed when leaving the…

Selkirk Mobility Begins Service October 14th

Para-transit service to be run by Selkirk Transit Authority On September 28th, Selkirk council approved a contract with the Selkirk Transit Authority that will see the award winning, not-for-profit organization run Selkirk Mobility, a para-transit service in the city. The city has purchased two previously used buses and refurbished them. Selkirk Mobility will begin operating…