Carman could soon be a much more relaxed place after the grand opening of a new yoga studio.
The Boyne Lodge in Carman celebrated 50 years of service to seniors, community and family last week, forgoing more formal festivities in favour of the annual Fall Tea - an event that included residents, staff, former staff, family members and all the people who have made the Lodge what it is.
The members of a Christian Pakistani refugee family recently arrived in Carman hope their story will inspire Canadian churches and individuals to help those they left behind.
The heaviest pumpkin ever to be recorded in Manitoban history took the crown at this year's Roland Pumpkin Fair.
Teacher, speaker, activist and suffragette Nellie McClung’s previous homes are back where they belong. On September 8, much of the community of Manitou gathered on Main Street to officially welcome the buildings to their new home and celebrate, once again, McClung’s history and Manitou’s heritage.
222 bikers showed up on Saturday Sept. 9, bright and early, to take to their bikes and raise money for Eden Health Care Services. “We are very excited to have so many participants, so many supporters of those who are having challenges of mental health,” Eden CEO Analyn Einarson said.
On July 18, the Liberal government released draft legislation aimed at addressing loop holes in the tax code which include halting business owners from lowering their tax rate by sprinkling money to family members (regardless of their involvement in the business either through dividends or by paying them salaries), limiting a corporation’s ability
The province is moving forward on a new personal care home in Carman, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today.
A 55-year-old man lost his life in an ATV accident on Monday.
Every year, the Boyne Regional Library starts its annual summer reading program with the goal of encouraging as many local kids to read as possible, and this year the library passed the 600 mark.
Have you ever been curious about what goes into making the food on your table? The Manitoba Association of Agricultural Societies (MAAS) Open Farm Day is your opportunity to find out about your food, and so much more. The event takes place Sunday, September 17 at 46 host sites across Manitoba.
Winkler’s dogs now have a space to run, as the Winkler Dog Park has officially opened. “We’re very pleased,” committee member Martha Olfert said. “This is what we were thinking of and dreaming of for the last several months, so it’s really exciting to see it open and used.” The dog park is located beside Winkler’s water treatment plant.
A Miami Man. couple has left a legacy of giving with a significant bequest meant to help make the proposed new Carman-area personal care home a reality.
If you’ve driven past the western most part of Morden, you may have noticed a new sculpture on the side of the road. On August 25, to kick off Corn and Apple 2017, Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre officially welcomed their new archelon turtle statue to Morden.
Carman Collegiate is officially welcoming a new Principal September 5 to kick off the new school year.
The province announced today that it will be reviewing the quality of French- language services it provides to francophone residents.
The Winkler Baseball Diamonds were packed with teams and supporters this weekend for slow pitch ball. The Big Hit Slow Pitch Tournament, which ran from August 18-20, was raising money for Children’s Camps International. This year, an anonymous donor matched donations up to $20,000, and doubled anything above $20,000. Last year pulled in about $20,000.
Carman’s local aircraft restorer and engineer, Bob Diemert, received a sterling silver commemorative coin in June featuring an illustration of the Hawker Hurricane to honour his contribution to Canada’s aviation history.
After extending the original challenge, the ParticipACTION 150 Playlist Community Challenge is complete. Morden pulled ahead to finish 120 out of 150 activities on the list and win the friendly competition between Winkler and Morden. “It was really great to see both communities engaging in our challenge and trying new activities."