July 12, 2020

18° C, A few clouds

Full Forecast

Close this


Advertise With Us

Highway renewal to proceed: Ashton

Repair bill for flood won't stand in way


Advertise With Us

Provincial projects


2012 federal and provincial highway projects:

Highway 75 reconstruction through Morris

Continued construction of roads and structures at CentrePort Canada Way

Intersection improvements at Highway 15 and Provincial Road 206 at Dugald

Paving a 15-km stretch of Highway 10 north of Brandon.

Other significant projects next year include:

Paving Trans-Canada Highway near Portage la Prairie

Paving 28 km of Highway 59 north of Broken Head Objibway First Nation

Paving 7.5 km of Highway 6 south of Grosse Isle

Paving 18 km of the Trans-Canada Highway's westbound lanes near Carberry

Paving 13.5 km of Highway 5 north of Riding Mountain


-- Source: Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation

Your support has enabled us to provide free access to stories about COVID-19 because we believe everyone deserves trusted and critical information during the pandemic.

Our readership has contributed additional funding to give Free Press online subscriptions to those that can’t afford one in these extraordinary times — giving new readers the opportunity to see beyond the headlines and connect with other stories about their community.

To those who have made donations, thank you.

To those able to give and share our journalism with others, please Pay it Forward.

The Free Press has shared COVID-19 stories free of charge because we believe everyone deserves access to trusted and critical information during the pandemic.

While we stand by this decision, it has undoubtedly affected our bottom line.

After nearly 150 years of reporting on our city, we don’t want to stop any time soon. With your support, we’ll be able to forge ahead with our journalistic mission.

If you believe in an independent, transparent, and democratic press, please consider subscribing today.

We understand that some readers cannot afford a subscription during these difficult times and invite them to apply for a free digital subscription through our Pay it Forward program.

The Free Press will close this commenting platform at noon on July 14.

We want to thank those who have shared their views over the years as part of this reader engagement initiative.

In the coming weeks, the Free Press will announce new opportunities for readers to share their thoughts and to engage with our staff and each other.

You can comment on most stories on The Winnipeg Free Press website. You can also agree or disagree with other comments. All you need to do is be a Winnipeg Free Press print or digital subscriber to join the conversation and give your feedback.

Have Your Say

Have Your Say

Comments are open to The Winnipeg Free Press print or digital subscribers only. why?

Have Your Say

Comments are open to The Winnipeg Free Press Subscribers only. why?

By submitting your comment, you agree to abide by our Community Standards and Moderation Policy. These guidelines were revised effective February 27, 2019. Have a question about our comment forum? Check our frequently asked questions.


Advertise With Us