As information becomes available, this page will be updated with COVID-19 related topics and resources.
Vaccination Information - Province of Manitoba
March 8, 2021
Hylife Centre Reopening Plan
Eastman Region Immigration Partnerships - Canada Emergency Rent Assistance
May 28, 2020
Southern Health - Navigating a New Normal for a Healthier Tomorrow
May 7, 2020
CDEM - Action Plan
April 16, 2020
Webinar - COVID-19: Get the financing and supoprt your business needs
April 15, 2020
April 15, 2020
A Message from Southern Health
April 9, 2020
Dear Southern Health-Santé Sud Community,
We need your help.
Health care workers are at the front lines of a very serious pandemic. They promise to do their very best. That is why everyone must also do their part to flatten the curve of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Easter is an important time in the lives of many people in our region who celebrate by attending church services and gathering as families. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we urge you to celebrate differently this year…
As directed through Public Order, Manitobans need to stay home if they can. This includes family gatherings. While many families typically get together for Easter or Passover celebrations, people should not let their guard down by gathering this year. We all have an important role to play to reduce the health risks by staying at home, not gathering in groups, and maintaining social distancing of 2 metres or more. Rather, this Easter, let us challenge each other to find innovative ways to connect virtually, while social (physical) distancing.
On behalf of all the front line health care workers who risk their lives for us, let us do our part in reducing the risk of spreading this virus by keeping our distance today, so that we can embrace each other more warmly tomorrow.
We wish everyone a healthy and happy Easter!
Abe Bergen, Chair
Jane Curtis, Chief Executive Officer
Southern Health Recruitment
April 9, 2020
The Bells will Ring
April 9, 2020
We owe our safety and security to many people: health care workers, truck drivers, people who assure our food supply, firefighters, and many individuals who just help out in various ways in these chaotic times. On Sundays at noon the bells will ring to express our recognition and thanks to these special people. Please help us thank them by contacting those you know, saying thank you, and telling them the bells are for them!
Father Leon and the parish councils.
News Release - Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba
April 9, 2020
Eastman Region Immigration Partnerships - COVID-19 Resources
April 6, 2020
Seine River School Division Transportation Department - FREE Delivery Services!
April 2, 2020
The Seine River School Division Transportation Department is offering the services of their bus drivers to help out with delivering supplies, food or anything in that nature to those that are not able to get out and about. The service is free of charge!
Please do not hesitate to get in touch with them, they are more than happy to help out in the community.
Administrative Assistant, Transportation, Seine River School Division
Provincial and Federal Links
March 31, 2020
The list of Public Health Orders and the Schedule of Critical Services can be found online at www.manitoba.ca/covid19/soe.html. Businesses with questions about how the order and schedule of critical services apply to their operations can visit https://engagemb.ca/covid19-csp for up to date information, and to ask questions that will be answered by government officials.
EI topup info can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/businesses/topics/payroll/payroll-deductions-contributions/special-payments/supplementary-unemployment-benefit-plan-subp.html
COVID 19 Information Links
https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/coronavirus/workplaces.html For workplaces
MMSM Recycling Program Notice
March 30, 2020
The health and safety of everyone involved with the MMSM recycling program is vital to us, including the dedicated staff working in the collection and sorting facilities as well as the public at large.
MMSM has recently begun educating Manitoba residents that medical waste including masks, gloves, tissues and sanitizing wipes are not accepted in their recycling bins. Below you will find links to the content posted on social media and the MMSM website.
March 24, 2020
For the team at the R.M. of La Broquerie, the well-being and safety of its ratepayers, staff, and community are top priority. Just like you, the municipality is monitoring new developments regarding COVID-19 closely.
To protect the health and safety of everyone there will be no staff at the Municipal Offices. While staff may not be working in the physical offices, please note that all staff will continue to work from home and will be accessible by email.
Essential staff continue to be available while practicing social distancing. This means some staff will remain at home and when driving throughout the municipality only one employee will be in the vehicle.
The municipality received some exciting news yesterday – the R.M. of La Broquerie is a recipient of the flood preparedness grant from the Province in the amount of $110,026.28. We have ordered two pumps since flooding is still a concern.
Even though the municipal office is closed someone monitors night deposit and retrieves mail. The office phone has been forwarded to the CAO business cell number who assists with inquiries, sends messages to staff or provides email addresses. At this time no permits, dog licenses, development agreements will be issued.
Tonight’s Council meeting is canceled due to COVID-19 while Administrative staff continue to research alternative ways for Council to meet virtually. We thank you for your patience. The website will be updated as information is received regarding COVID-19. The information will appear in another menu item above Municipality name COVID-19. Council has adopted a Pandemic Plan and passed a resolution stating the municipality is in a Level 1 state of alert.
We hope that you and your families remain safe and healthy as this global health challenge unfolds.
March 23, 2020