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2017 February News Releases

Time to Build Winnipeg for the Future is Now: Mayor Bowman
February 24, 2017 - In his third State of the City address, Mayor Brian Bowman emphasized the importance of building Winnipeg for the future, preparing the City for strong population and economic growth, and announced new steps to reduce red tape including a new partnership with the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce to help streamline and improve the City’s permitting process.

Do Three Things for Canada to Celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday
February 22, 2017 - To honour Canada and celebrate our country's 150th birthday, Mayor Brian Bowman is encouraging all Winnipeggers to do three things for Canada as part of the 3 Things for Canada initiative.

Public Inquiry Motion Needs to Maintain Independence: Mayor Bowman
February 21, 2017 - A motion coming forward to Council tomorrow that calls on the Province of Manitoba to commit to a formal commission of inquiry needs to maintain independence from City administration and legal staff Mayor Brian Bowman said today.

Mayor Bowman Introduces Motion Calling For Public Inquiry
February 15, 2017 - a motion calling upon the Province of Manitoba to commit to a formal commission of inquiry was introduced today at Executive Policy Committee by Mayor Brian Bowman.

Council Selection Panel Recommends First Integrity Commissioner for the City of Winnipeg
February 10, 2017 - A three member selection panel of Council is recommending that Ms. Sherri Walsh be appointed as the first Integrity Commissioner for the City of Winnipeg.

Statement from Mayor Bowman in Response to Councillor Browaty's Decision to Resign as Chair of the Winnipeg Police Board
February 8 - Mayor Brian Bowman made the following statement today in response to Councillor Jeff Browaty's decision to resign as Chair of the Winnipeg Police Board

Climate Change Working Group submits Final Report
February 3, 2017 - The climate change working group established by Executive Policy Committee (EPC) and mandated to assess the City's current climate change plans has completed their work and submitted their report and recommendations to EPC Mayor Brian Bowman announced today.

Last update: March 7, 2017

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