About Ste.Anne
The RM of Ste. Anne is located approx 30 km SE of Winnipeg and covers 5 Townships...
A Little History
The RM of Ste. Anne is one of the earliest settled areas of Manitoba. The first settlers arrived in 1856...
How to Reach Us
395 Traverse Road
Box 6, Grp 50, RR 1
Ste. Anne, MB R5H 1R1




With income tax season being upon us, don’t forget about your property tax credits!
Please follow the attached link to learn more about the residential Education Property Tax Credit (and changes coming in 2019 to how this credit is given) and Seniors Education Property Tax Credit. https://www.gov.mb.ca/finance/tao/eptc.html
Finally, if you have farm assessment class on your property, please note that the deadline to apply for your 2018 Farmland School Tax Rebate is March 31st, 2019. Click here for the printable form.



Are you aware of the rules & regulations for owning a dog in the RM of Ste Anne, click here for more information.

What's New

Ste. Anne Municipality is happy to announce that we have a new animal control officer. 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

Municipal Road Restriction will be in effect Wednesday, March 20, 2019 until further notice. Please contact the Municipal Office at 204-422-5929 or pw@rmofsteanne.com if you have any questions about these restrictions.



Ste. Anne Municipality is currently in the process of implementing a new animal control services.  Until this has been established, Rural Animal Management Services (RAMS) will be providing these services.  They can be reached directly at 204-223-5521 should you have any animal control requirements.

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
• abandoned

 Contact the Manitoba government’s Animal Care Line at:

• 204-945-8000 or toll free in Manitoba at 1-888-945-8001
• animalcare@gov.mb.ca
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!