Flood update 04/10/2019

The City of Selkirk continues to procedurally prepare for anticipated high water levels. To date, the dykes at Selkirk Park, specifically the boat launch and canoe club have been completed with temporary infill joining our permanent dykes. Equipment such as high volume pumps,  have been pre-positioned so it may be utilized in short order should…

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…

Selkirk raises its game with Five Blooms Bronze at Provincial Communities in Blook Awards night

There’s a unanimous feeling amongst those involved in Communities in Bloom (CiB) in Selkirk that it takes a village to successfully bloom. That thought is shared by the CiB judges, who commended everyone from the CiB committee, mayor, council and CAO, city staff, Selkirk Horticultural Society, business owners, home owners, volunteers, a Transit driver and…