FIRE BAN UPDATE: On May 13, 2019, Fire Chief Ed Belisle has lifted the Fire Ban. Please note that although this prohibition is no longer in effect, we always urge everyone to be cautious when burning. Those responsible for out of control fires may be subject to the full cost of fire department services rendered due to negligent burning.
Are you aware of the rules & regulations for owning a dog in the RM of Ste Anne, click here for more information.
Update: July 12, 2019 - our phones are still down and we aren't sure when our service will be restored.
Please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your patience!
Rural Animal Management Services (RAMS) will now be servicing our Municipality - any animal control concerns or complaints can now be brought directly to their 24/7 phone line @ 1-204-223-5521 or emailed to RAMS@animalmanagement.ca
Do you have a street light that is out, Flickering etc.. click here to be taken to the Manitoba Hydro website to prepare your report.
If you see animal abuse or neglect, please report it to Manitoba’s Animal Care Line.
If you witness an animal that is:
• lacking adequate food or water
• being exposed to extreme cold or heat
• wounded or ill and not receiving suitable medical attention
• confined in a space that is too small for the size of the animal
• kept in unsanitary conditions
• confined in an area without adequate ventilation or lighting
• seriously injured, suffering or in extreme anxiety or distress
Contact the Manitoba government’s Animal Care Line at:
• 204-945-8000 or toll free in Manitoba at 1-888-945-8001
In Winnipeg, you can also report concerns to the Winnipeg Humane Society
Animal Cruelty Line at 204-982-2028
Your confidentiality is protected.
All reports of animal abuse or neglect are confidential. The Freedom of Information
and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) protects your personal information. If you are a witness, you
may be requested to testify in court.
If you see animal abuse or neglect, report it immediately!