Hon. AlanLagimodiere

MLA for Selkirk
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Congratulations to the Selkirk Ringette Association for hosting their annual Rings of Steel Tournament. The Selkirk U12 A3 Stingers had successful tournament as they took home silver. Congratulations to all the players, coaches and volunteers who made the tournament a success

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Looking for something to do? Head down to the Selkirk Rec Complex tonight as the Selkirk Fisherman host the Arborg Ice Dawgs. Game starts at 730!

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Great news for the province of Manitoba. The Manitoba government and Bell Lets Talk have partnered to contribute $1 million to the Strongest Families Institute (SFI). For more info see news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm….

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Are you prepared for sudden temperature drops and unpredictable weather events in Manitoba? See gov.mb.ca/health/publich… for more information on health the risks of cold weather and precautionary measures for cold weather conditions.

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Great News! The Manitoba Government has decided to renew the Manitoba Film and Video Production Tax Credit. For more info see news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm…

Endless possibilities for fun on the Red River North! What is your favourite Red River North activity? #redrivernorth

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What have we been up to this week? Check it out in the PC Caucus Review: pcmbcaucus.com/wp-content/upl…

Did you know there are groomed cross country ski trails in the Red River North? Located at Larters Golf Course, Birds Hill Provincial Park, Grand Beach Provincial Park and Selkirk Park, there are many trails for some winter fun! See redrivernorthtourism.com/activities/cro… for more information.

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Merry Christmas to all celebrating Ukrainian Orthodox Christmas today!

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#Kidfish2019 fish derby in support of Cancer Care Manitoba and The Children’s Hospital Foundation. Thank you to all organizers and participants!

January is Alzheimer’s Awareness month. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia in Canada and unfortunately is an irreversible disease with no cure. This January lets recognize all the Canadians affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia, their families and their caregivers

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