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Posted Date: 16/04/2014 10:00 AM
The City has continued to increase communications outputs, in an ongoing effort to develop avenues to share important information, as well as obtain feedback from the public.
Posted Date: 08/04/2014
Residential properties may experience freezing of service lines over the next two to three months due to frost penetrating deeper into the ground.
Posted Date: 08/04/2014
The agreement encompasses existing inter-organizational uses, as well as potential uses of recreation facilities.
Posted Date: 03/04/2014
You can report any problems with the street lights in you area. It's easy just click here to report it.
Posted Date: 31/03/2014 7:30 AM
The City of Thompson would to remind residents to ensure someone is caring for properties on a daily basis. Fluctuation from extreme cold to warmer temperatures will cause frost to move further down and water service lines to freeze.
Posted Date: 27/03/2014
Due to the 10-year partnership agreement between the City of Thompson and the Nickel Days Corporation, paving of the Thompson Regional Community Centre is now complete.
Posted Date: 25/03/2014
“This agreement is the foundation of an exciting partnership with the Northern Health Region,” commented Mayor Johnston. “This is a big step towards our joint vision to enhance the health and wellness of residents of Thompson and region.”
Posted Date: 20/03/2014
Councillor Erin Hogan joined other members of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Board of Directors in calling on the federal government to fix serious gaps in the design of the New Building Canada Fund.
Posted Date: 20/03/2014
Posted Date: 28/02/2014 6:00 AM
The City obtained an average score of 1.8 in 2013, an increase from 1.6 the previous year, through the implementation of the SafeOperations program.
Posted Date: 19/02/2014
The flu shot is available through Public Health or your healthcare provider, click for details.
Posted Date: 09/01/2014
The SafeOperations department has maximized the allowable 20% reduction for 2014.
Posted Date: 23/12/2013
The City of Thompson and the RCMP would like to advise residents to refrain from operating snowmobiles on the Burntwood River.
Posted Date: 01/11/2013
Thompson maintained its four-bloom designation in the 2013 Communities in Bloom evaluation.
Posted Date: 02/10/2013
Statistics Canada has released the 2012 figures for the Juristat Crime Severity Index.
Posted Date: 01/08/2013
The 2011 NHS revealed that Thompson has the second largest share of First Nations with registered status relative to the total population in Canada with 23.4%.
Posted Date: 29/05/2013
Due to a water break on Cambridge and Waterloo, the road on Waterloo will be closed between Brandon Crescent and Princeton Drive. City crews will be working to repair the water break and re-open the road as soon as possible. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation and patience in this matter. For further information, please call the Public Works department, 677-7970.
Posted Date: 05/04/2013
The City of Thompson has recently ratified new collective bargaining agreements (CBA) with United Steelworkers Local 7911 and 8223.
Posted Date: 22/01/2013
The 2013 Fees and Fines Schedule was approved at the regular meeting of Council on November 26th.
Posted Date: 27/11/2012
A report ranking Manitoba municipalities' residential mill rates from lowest to highest was recently released. The City of Thompson realized a substantial decrease in mill rate compared to other communities.
Posted Date: 19/06/2012
An article pulished in Business Review Canada, titled: City of Thompson's Second Generation of Development.
Posted Date: 22/05/2012
The City of Thompson releases new initiatives and capital projects for 2012.
Posted Date: 11/04/2012
Important information regarding the water and sewer utility, and residents' responsibilities.
Posted Date: 05/04/2012
The City of Thompson would like to welcome our New Director of Planning and Community Development, Jessica Mills.
Posted Date: 03/04/2012
Transient trader bylaw compliance required.
Posted Date: 22/03/2012
Mayor examines factors impacting 2011 census and solutions to mitigate effects.
Posted Date: 16/02/2012
The province is providing an additional $1.2 million to support the construction of the third phase of a recreation centre in Thompson, Local Government Minister Ron Lemieux announced today.
Posted Date: 07/02/2012
“Council is extremely pleased by the Public Utility Board’s decision to approve rates that include the capital program. Infrastructure upgrades were the original intent of the utility and will contribute to the long term sustainability of our community,” said Mayor Tim Johnston.
Posted Date: 11/11/2011