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Pilots flying into the Steinbach North Airport are now able to use Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Bardia Salimkhani, President of the Steinbach Flying Club, says they started the process of bringing this to Steinbach about six years ago. The inaugural flight using this equipment happened last week.
Peter Squire speaks with Earl Funk, Mayor of the City of Steinbach, and Troy Warkentin, City Manager of Steinbach, as they discuss the Steinbach market region’s recent growth and how they are looking to plan for the future.
Steinbach is achieving continued success and consistent growth. And, online processes are helping the city deliver excellent customer service to its community.
The City of Steinbach will receive $17.5M in grant funding from provincial and federal governments under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) for the construction of the Southeast Event Centre. This is the final funding component required to move forward with the $42.5M project.
The Manitoba government is providing a total of $12 million in grant funding to 10 municipalities throughout the province to address the housing needs of vulnerable Manitobans and help protect them through affordable housing initiatives.
HyLife announces a new four-story 220 plus employee head office in Steinbach’s Millbrook Market development.
“We want to learn from the exemplars of planning offices and use their best practices to enhance our services and encourage development…”
A new program delivered by WEST (Workplace Essential Skills Training) Centre in Steinbach, will help prepare people for a job or future career in manufacturing.
For the City of Steinbach leadership is offered in the form of data mapping information that is empowering economic development stakeholders.
Eyes are wide open in Steinbach, too. In fact, things are so good in the community of about 17,000, which is located 45 minutes southeast of Winnipeg, that they’re running out of land. The city recently completed a land annexation of about 2,700 acres from the neighbouring rural municipality of Hanover because business demand has outgrown the existing space.