Local Notices

Level 3 Fire Ban

The Rural Municipality of Ste. Anne's fire chief would like to announce that as of FRIDAY JULY 16th, at 6am, the fire ban will be increased to Level 3. This means that under By-law #11-2020, only Enclosed Fires are permitted. Please follow the link for more details and Stay Safe during this heat wave and drought.

RM's Animal Rules & Regulations

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

Emergency Family Plan

Below is the Family 72 Hour Emergency Preparedness Guide:

One page guide on how to use the 72 Hour plan;

The 72 Hour Emergency Preparedness Plan

CN Right-of-way Vegetation Control

The Provincial, State and Federal governments have recognized railways as essential service providers. CN remains committed to running their railway safely and playing our role in moving the critical supplies citizens are counting on during these difficult times. To that end, they will be undertaking vegetation control activities in our area between April and October 2021. A regularly updated schedule will be available at www.cn.ca/vegetation.  Please see the attached frequently asked questions and answers for more information.

Annual Public Notice

Annual Public Notice
Additions to the Voter List and/or Personal Security Protection Requests.
click here for more information

Rebates for RM Residents

Residents of Ste. Anne Municipality have access to:

-  A $35 rebate for learn to swim lessons per level per child (up to age 14) per year.

-  A free membership to the Ste. Anne Library OR a $60 annual rebate for a Jake Epp Library Membership.

Manitoba Hydro

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.

Reporting Animal Abuse

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!

manitoba.ca/agriculture

Clean Farm & Fertilizer Recycling Program

The RM of Ste. Anne is proud to participate in the Cleanfarms.ca Pesticide and Fertilizer Container Recycling Program. Farmers can drop off the containers in the fenced compound for this purpose at the Municipal Shop Yard (35042 PR 210). For more information please click here.