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Elections 2014 Information: Where to vote

 

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Today is election day! If you have any questions or concerns about voting in Portage la Prairie, visit the city's website here. Make sure to bring acceptable identification along with you. 

 

Do you know where to vote? Check the map below to find out which polling station to visit in Portage la Prairie today between 8AM and 8PM. 

 

 

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Municipality of North Norfolk Elections 

The Municipality of North Norfolk  polling stations will be open today from 8AM to 8PM. Polling stations are located at Heartland Multiplex (MacGregor Hall) for Ward 1, 2, 5 and Austin Community Hall for Ward 3 & 4. For more information visit the Municipality of North Northfolk's website here. 


To determine which Ward you reside in, check the map below. 

 

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Flu Clinic Schedule

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Check below to find a flu clinic near you. For more information visit Southern Heath's website. 

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Municipal Elections Two Weeks Away

It's election time for this beautiful city and the entire province. Municipal elections are two weeks from today - October 22nd. Make sure you vote and also make sure to tune in to CFRY 920 for complete coverage that night. Undecided? Tonight at 6:30 is the Chamber of Commerce All Candidates Forum, 6:30 at the Multi-Purpose room of PCI. Can't make it? Don't worry, the complete broadcast is on CFRY live tonight! Just click listen live in the top right corner or tune in to 920am. The list of the candidates is below....

 

Portage

FOR OFFICE OF THE MAYOR:

 

BOEHM, John

FERRIS, Irvine A.

PORTER, Earl J.

 

 

FOR OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR:

 

ASH, Steve

BUDZ, Brent

DRAYCOTT, Melissa

DRIEDGER, Liz

ESPEY, Ryan R.

FEDAK, Peter

FROESE, Brent

OLDFORD, Bob

PELECHATY, Don

VILLAGRAN, Carlos

WALL, Wayne

 

Culture Days

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Celebrate Manitoba culture with Culture Days this weekend! Last year, over 800 Canadian communities participated in free, hands-on activities. This year, you're invited to explore arts and culture within our communities in Manitoba. From knit bombing in Morden, stuffing your face with poutine in Brandon (yes, please!) to exploring local art in Ste. Anne, something is bound to catch your interest! You will find fun events all throughout Manitoba, the hardest decision will be picking one!

Here are a few highlights:

 

Portage la Prairie

Hats From a Life Lived Art Exhibition

Friday & Saturday 11AM-5PM

Mixed media exhibit by Colette Balcaen

William Glesby Centre, West entrance.

Free entry or by donation

 

Vintage Musical Instrument Roadshow

Sunday 11AM-4PM at Fort la Reine Museum, 2652 Saskatchewan Avenue

Want to see what your old musical instruments are worth? Share your treasures with others all day!

Record swap & sale

$5 admission 

 

Winnipeg

Nuit Blanche: Free all-night art party.

Saturday 7pm-4am at the WAG

Salvador Dali Up Close

Winnipeg's Contemporary Dancers

Surreal films

Fire dances & more!

 

Etsy: Made in Canada Pop-up Markets 

St. James Civic Centre, 2055 Ness Ave. 10AM-5PM

Shop Etsy here in Manitoba!

 

Brandon

Poutine Eating Contest

Saturday 12:15PM-12:45PM

Will you be crowned Pountie Champ?

12th St. & Rosser Ave.

 

'Stories from Home' -Debut of Patchworks 2

Saturday & Sunday 2-4PM at Evans Theatre

Check out 16 short films produced for MTS TV's Stories from Home series.

 

For a full schedule of events all throughout Manitoba click here.

 

Fall Supper Schedule

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Fall Suppers have become a Manitoba tradition, and we want to make sure you are up to date with all of them in the area!

 

 

Saturday Sept 27

Lavenham - 4:30-6:30pm

Elie - 5-7pm

 

Sunday Sept 28

Amaranth - 4-6:30pm

Carman - 4-7pm

St Leon - 4-7pm

St Ambroise - 4-7pm

 

Saturday Oct 4

Stonewall - 3-6pm

 

Sunday Oct 5

St Francis Xavier - 4-8pm

Edwin - 4:30-7pm

McCreary - 4-6:30pm

Ardin - 4-6pm

 

Saturday Oct 19

Carman - 4-7pm

 

For more details on these fall suppers and more! Click Here