Council of the R.M. of Woodlands has made the decision to waive penalty fees for unpaid utility bills for up to two months following the due date of April 30, 2020. Late fees will be waived until June 30, 2020.
During this unprecedented time , Council is exploring ways to support those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand that not everyone may have the ability to pay bills on time, however those who are able to meet the due date are encouraged to do so.
Reeve & Council
Manitoba News Release: Internet-Based Therapy Service Program to Help Manitobans Cope with COVID-19 Anxiety Now Live
POSTED: Thursday, April 16, 2020 | 2:30 PM
Province Invests $4.5 Million in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Program to Support Manitobans: Pallister
A digital cognitive behavioural therapy program to support the mental health of Manitobans and help address anxiety caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is now up and running, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. “We recognize many Manitobans are living with anxiety and stress posed by this pandemic,” said Pallister. “Our government is committed to helping Manitobans navigate this challenging and unprecedented time. You are not alone, we will get through this together.&r ...more
POSTED: Tuesday, April 14, 2020 | 9:19 AM
Due to COVID-19 all Council meetings will be held at the Multipurpose Building in Warren, ensuring that recommended social distancing setbacks can be achieved at all times. Any member of the public wanting to attend a council meeting must pre-register with our office a minimum of 2 business days in advance of the meeting date by contacting Karen Rothwell at email@example.com or the Municipal office at (204) 383-5679.
Response to COVID-19, April 2, 2020 Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority
Manitoba News Release: Province Launches Online Tool to Connect Volunteers Safely with Manitobans Needing Assistance
POSTED: Monday, March 23, 2020 | 5:26 PM
March 23, 2020
PROVINCE LAUNCHES ONLINE TOOL TO CONNECT VOLUNTEERS SAFELY WITH MANITOBANS NEEDING ASSISTANCE
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Made-in-Manitoba Website Application Demonstrates Teamwork, Technological Innovation, Community Spirit: Premier
The generosity and innovation of Manitobans to help those in need of assistance is displayed in the new web application www.HelpNextDoorMB.ca, Premier Brian Pallister announced today immediately after the online tool went live. “This new online tool captures the spirit of our province, where Manitobans in communities across our province can always be ...more