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Please be advised that there is a water break on the corner of Princeton Drive and Station Road. This will result a water disruption for the residents in this area. For the safety of our crews and the public, we will be closing Princeton Drive from the corner of Stanford South to the corner of Station Road while we complete the repairs. Please follow the detour routes marked out. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated co-operation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 677-7970 for any further information.
Posted Date: 26/08/2015
It's time for back to school and the resumption of the school zone speed limit bylaw. Please drive with caution when traveling in these areas and watch for children. Click here for details...
Posted Date: 26/08/2015
Please be advised that effective immediately, Public Lane will be used as a 2 way road as a result of the construction on Cree Road. This will be in effect until the construction is complete. Please be mindful of your speed as it is a narrow lane. All businesses have been advised.
Posted Date: 13/08/2015
Please be advised that there is a water break on 123 Nickel Road . This will result a water disruption for the residents in this area. For the safety of our crews and the public, we will be closing Nickel just in front of the water break while we complete the repairs. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated co-operation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 677-7970 for any further information.
Posted Date: 07/08/2015
Please be advised that there is a water break on 47 Pickerel . This will result a water disruption for the residents in this area. For the safety of our crews and the public, we will be closing Pickerel from 40 – 60 while we complete the repairs. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated co-operation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 677-7970 for any further information.
Posted Date: 06/08/2015
Please be advised that we will be testing water valves on Lynx Crescent today, which will result in intermittent water disruptions for 4 – 28 Lynx Crescent. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated co-operation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 677-7970 for any further information.
Posted Date: 06/08/2015
Please be advised that there is a water break on 137 Wuskwatim Bay. This will result in no water pressure for all of Wuskwatim Bay. For the safety of our crews and the public, we will be closing Wuskwatim Bay from 146 – 170 while we complete the repairs. City of Thompson thanks you for your anticipated co-operation in this matter. Please call the Public Works Department at 677-7970 for any further information.
Posted Date: 05/08/2015
Please be advised that the Cree Road reconstruction starts today. Please use caution when travelling in the area. Click here for more information....
Posted Date: 05/08/2015
Please be advised that the installation of the watermain connections on the new watermain at the Thompson Dr South - Cree Rd intersection has been rescheduled for Friday August 7, 2015. This will require us to shutoff the Thompson Dr South and Burntwood Rd watermains to complete the work. Residents can expect very low pressure on the west side of Cree Rd from 5:00am – 8:00am. Please note that these times are approximate and may take longer than anticipated. City of Thompson thanks you for our anticipated cooperation in this matter. If you have any questions, please call Public Works at 204-677-7970.
Posted Date: 05/08/2015
The City of Thompson is set to assume ownership and operational management of the Waste Disposal Grounds (WDG) effective Saturday August 1, 2015. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 30/07/2015
Thompson continues to improve its community ranking across Canada and saw a 15.1% drop in the overall crime severity. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 24/07/2015
The City of Thompson is pleased to welcome Matthew Boscariol as our Director of Planning and Community Development. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 26/06/2015
The City of Thompson, along with its partners in the Downtown Strategy, celebrated the graduation of eight Community Safety Officers (CSO) at a ceremony at City Hall today. Click to read more
Posted Date: 16/06/2015
Last night at St.Joseph's Hall, Mayor and Council together with Vale, presented the transition plan of the Water Treatment Plan from Vale to the City of Thompson.
Posted Date: 11/06/2015
Mayor Dennis Fenske was joined today by the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages and Member of Parliament for Saint-Boniface and the Honourable Steve Ashton, Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation, to jointly announce funding of up to $24,333,333 for Thompson’s new Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). Click to read more...
Posted Date: 15/05/2015 12:15 PM
A resolution to approve the Letter of Intent between Vale and the City of Thompson for the transfer of the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) was passed unanimously at the Regular Meeting of Council last night. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 28/04/2015
Justice Minister Allum was in Thompson today to announce funding for the highly anticipated Community Safety Officer Program (CSO). Click to read more....
Posted Date: 27/04/2015
Last night, the City of Thompson hosted its annual Volunteer Reception to acknowledge all of our volunteers and present the Volunteer of the Year Award. Approximately 40 people turned out to for the event. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 21/04/2015
After several months of budget deliberations, Mayor and Council have finalized the 2015 financial plan and presented it at last night’s public hearing. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 17/04/2015
Mayor Fenske joined the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, on behalf of the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, today to announce support for the City of Thompson’s efforts to address barriers to employment for urban Aboriginal people living in Northern Manitoba so they can fully participate in the local economy.
Posted Date: 17/03/2015
Last weekend Thompson was host to Rogers Hometown Hockey and Winterfest 2015 and initial feedback is indicating that both were a huge success. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 11/03/2015
At the February 17th Regular meeting of Council, the amended school speed zone speed limit by-law passed its third and final reading. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 11/03/2015
The incident involving players, coaches, parents and fans has happened in other arenas across Canada and I am saddened that it has arrived at our arenas as well. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 12/02/2015
The City of Thompson revealed its new brand identity at tonight’s council meeting. Click to read more....
Posted Date: 05/01/2015
Thompsonites headed to the polls today to elect a new City Council and School Board Trustees. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 22/10/2014
To view the Mayor, City Council and School Board Trustees Candidate List, please click here.
Posted Date: 18/09/2014
In a press release this morning, Sportsnet revealed the locations of the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour. The City of Thompson is excited to announce that Thompson has been selected as one of the 25 communities to host a hockey festival as part of this year’s NHL season. Click for more...
Posted Date: 09/09/2014
The public will get a “sneak-peak” of the new fitness area during the Health and Leisure Mart and Northern Market, taking place this weekend. Click to read more...
Posted Date: 05/09/2014
The last day to make changes to the voters list is September 16, 2014. READ MORE.........
Posted Date: 03/09/2014 9:30 AM
We have received some questions about animal protection, who is responsible and how to report a suspected case of animal abuse. Click to learn more...
Posted Date: 29/08/2014
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