Hon. RonSchuler

MLA for Springfield-Ritchot
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Pleased to announce with @CameronFriesen a major reconstruction and twinning project on Highway 32 in Winkler. twitter.com/MBGovNews/stat…

Next week, we are launching an online public engagement to seek input on how to improve safety at the intersection of PR 206 and Garven Road. twitter.com/mbgovnews/stat…

The 2020 SAFE Roads Campaign has officially launched. Thank you @SAFEWorkMb for your efforts in promoting this important message. Let’s all work together to make sure everyone gets home safe this construction season. Learn more at safemanitoba.com/News/Pages/PR_…

I am pleased to proclaim May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. This year marks the 27th year of @theCMMG. Thank you for your continued advocacy for road safety. Drive safe everyone!

Toured the Portage la Prairie area this sunny #ManitobaDay with @IanWishart_PlaP (at a safe social distance!) Visited important provincial infrastructure such as the Portage Diversion and outlet at south end of Lake Manitoba.

test Twitter Media - Toured the Portage la Prairie area this sunny #ManitobaDay with @IanWishart_PlaP (at a safe social distance!) Visited important provincial infrastructure such as the Portage Diversion and outlet at south end of Lake Manitoba. https://t.co/UhscxcyTwh
test Twitter Media - Toured the Portage la Prairie area this sunny #ManitobaDay with @IanWishart_PlaP (at a safe social distance!) Visited important provincial infrastructure such as the Portage Diversion and outlet at south end of Lake Manitoba. https://t.co/UhscxcyTwh

We are rolling out an extra $500 million for shovel-worthy infrastructure projects to help restart Manitoba’s economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic: news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.htm…

The Red River is now within its banks for its entire length in Manitoba. Levels are dropping in the north on the Saskatchewan and Carrot Rivers as ice has moved out.

The Assiniboine River in western Manitoba is operating at normal seasonal levels as Manitoba Infrastructure continues to closely monitor all river and lake levels across the Province.

test Twitter Media - The Assiniboine River in western Manitoba is operating at normal seasonal levels as Manitoba Infrastructure continues to closely monitor all river and lake levels across the Province. https://t.co/9lLDuJ689k

Wind warning / ice pile up risk today on Lake Manitoba, south basin of Lake Winnipeg and Lake Winnipegosis. North winds are driving ice up on the shores of Lake Manitoba.

test Twitter Media - Wind warning / ice pile up risk today on Lake Manitoba, south basin of Lake Winnipeg and Lake Winnipegosis. North winds are driving ice up on the shores of Lake Manitoba. https://t.co/UGcEiPCJOK

As Red River levels lower, the ramp on Highway 75 on the north side of Morris is being removed within the next two days. Thank you to all the Manitoba Infrastructure staff and contractors for protecting our communities this spring from the potential of a high water event.

test Twitter Media - As Red River levels lower, the ramp on Highway 75 on the north side of Morris is being removed within the next two days. Thank you to all the Manitoba Infrastructure staff and contractors for protecting our communities this spring from the potential of a high water event. https://t.co/dVYrkpLgER

The Red River has peaked at all locations in Manitoba, from Emerson to Lake Winnipeg. Water levels continue to decline, though the river is expected to remain out of bank until early May from Emerson to the floodway inlet. Provincial crews continue to monitor the situation.

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