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COVID-19

The Municipal Office is currently accessible to the public three days per week; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 8:30am - 4:30pm. 

For the safety of our employees and citizens, a limited number of individuals will be permitted within the office at one time, along with hand hygiene and physical distancing. If you are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, or generally not feeling well, please do not visit the office at this time.

As an alternative to visiting the office, please feel free to either phone our office at 204-467-5711 (between office hours) or email info@rmofrosser.com with any inquires, as we will still be communicating in this fashion.

If you are dropping off payment, please use the drop box in the door. Payments can also be made online through Bank of Montreal, CIBC, Credit Union, TD Canada, Scotiabank or via Telpay.ca.

If you wish to make a payment by cash, please contact our CAO, Larry Wandowich, and he will arrange to meet you at the office to process your payment.  Larry can be reached at 204-390-0636.

We will continue to follow the Province’s recommendations and will keep our community notified of any changes.

 

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR THE LATEST UPDATES AND NOTICES FROM THE RM OF ROSSER REGARDING COVID-19:

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June 18, 2020

RESTORING SAFE SERVICES: MANITOBA’S PANDEMIC AND ECONOMIC ROADMAP FOR RECOVERY PHASE 3 

Planned for implementation on June 21, 2020.

The Manitoba government released PHASE 3 - DRAFT PLAN of the Roadmap to Restore Services.  Changes proposed in the draft Phase Three plan, outlined below, are in addition to those introduced in Phase One and Phase Two. Conditions outlined in earlier phases continue to apply and critical services can continue to operate.   If public health results deteriorate or guidelines are not sufficient, Phase 3 measures may be paused and previous measures may be re-introduced. 

Public Gatherings

Public Gatherings: Faith-Based and Other Cultural Gatherings

Public Gatherings: Pow Wows and Other Indigenous Cultural and Spiritual Gatherings

Self-Isolation for Manitobans Returning to and Domestic Travellers Entering Manitoba

Professional Sports Teams

Child Care Services

Day Camps

K-12 Schools

Post-Secondary Institutions and Vocational Colleges

Permanent Outdoor Amusements Parks

Outdoor Recreation Facilities and Golf Courses

Travel to Northern Parks, Campgrounds, Cabins, Lodges and Resorts

Community/Service Centres

Senior Centres/Clubs

Film Production

Retail Businesses

Restaurants, Bars, Beverage Rooms, Brew Pubs, Microbreweries and Distilleries

Therapeutic or Health Care Businesses

Indoor Recreation, Including All Non-Smoking Sites with VLT Lounges, Bingo Halls, Billiard Rooms, and Other Indoor Amusement Centres

Indoor Recreation, Including All Non-Smoking Sites with VLT Lounges, Bingo Halls, Billiard Rooms, and Other Indoor Amusement Centres

To view the changes proposed in the Phase 3 Draft Plan click here.   For the complete version, PDF file, click here.

SURVEY - The Province is asking Manitobans to comment on the draft plan. If you would like to participate, please provide your feedback on the Phase 3 – Draft Plan by completing the survey here.

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May 29, 2020

Greetings!  Below, please find information relating to the Province of Manitoba and the Rural Municipality of Rosser.

On Wednesday the Province announced that on June 1st Manitoba will be moving into PHASE 2 of the RESTORING SAFE SERVICES: MANITOBA’S PANDEMIC AND ECONOMIC ROADMAP FOR RECOVERY.

Community centres and other multi-purpose facilities such as church basements, arenas and town halls can be reopened with capacity limitations and prescribed operating procedures.

As it relates to Senior clubs/activities, the Public Health officials have stated, "Seniors are at increased risk of more serious complications from COVID-19 disease. However, there are many services provided to this population that are critical for their physical and mental well-being. Any further delay to operations may result in harmful effects.”  That being said, please adhere to the guidelines featured under "Seniors Centres/Clubs” in addition to the general guidance that all groups need to follow.

To view the PHASE 2 plan click here.  

Note that changes in the Phase Two plan outlined below are in addition to those introduced in Phase One. If no changes are below, the conditions outlined in Phase One still apply. Essential services can continue to operate.  Click on any of the links below to learn more.

·         Public Gatherings (Effective May 22)

·         Professional Team Sports (Effective May 22)

·         Outdoor Visits in Personal Care and Long-Term Care Settings (Effective May 29)

·         Outdoor Drive-in Events (Effective June 1)

·         Child Care Services (Effective June 1)

·         Schools (Effective June 1)

·         Day Camps (Effective June 1)

·         Post-Secondary Institutions and Vocational Colleges (Effective June 1)

·         Team Sports and Other Recreational Activities (Effective June 1)

·         Outdoor Recreation Facilities and Golf Courses (Effective June 1)

·         Travel to Northern Parks, Campgrounds, Cabins, Lodges and Resorts (Effective June 1)

·         Public/Private Swimming Pools, Splash Parks, Spas, Fitness Clubs, Gyms and Training Facilities (Effective June 1)

·         Community/Services Centres (Effective June 1)

·         Seniors Centres/Clubs (Effective June 1)

·         Personal Services Businesses (Effective June 1)

·         Restaurants (Effective June 1)

·         Bars, Beverage Rooms, Brew Pubs, Micro-Brewers and Distilleries (Effective June 1)

·         Film Production (Effective June 1)

·         Therapeutic or Health Care Businesses (Effective June 1)


The Province of Manitoba is the authority on COVID-19. Please continue to visit their website daily for updates.

Click HERE to visit the Province of Manitoba COVID-19 website.

Click HERE to view the Province of Manitoba’s Media Releases on COVID-19.

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May 21, 2020

Message from the Rural Municipality of Rosser 

Greetings and thank you to all for doing your part to flatten the curve. Below, please find information relating to the Province of Manitoba and the Rural Municipality of Rosser.

Public health officials advise no new cases of COVID-19 have been identified as of today. The total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba is 290.

The significant efforts taken by Manitobans to reduce the spread of COVID-19 continue to have the desired effect and the Province is moving towards publishing a date and the rules around Phase 2 of restoring services. Before Phase two starts, as of tomorrow, May 22, public health orders will be modified to increase the limit on gathering size to no more than 25 people for indoor premises and 50 for outdoor areas, providing social distancing measures are in place. Other changes such as an expansion of the types of businesses or facilities that can re-open are being discussed as part of Phase 2, and more details will be announced once those decisions are made. For the citizens of Rosser, this means the community centres are not allowed to open yet.

In addition, work is underway Provincially to allow limited, outdoor visitation at personal care homes. Individual facilities are putting procedures in place and will be contacting families directly to provide details including the start date, locations and hours for visitation. Facilities are expected to have this in place by Friday, May 29. This is not a return to normal but does provide a balance between ensuring the health of residents while retaining access to social connections. Indoor visits will remain suspended for now, except for compassionate reasons.

RESTORING SAFE SERVICES: MANITOBA’S PANDEMIC AND ECONOMIC ROADMAP FOR RECOVERY

PHASE 2 – DRAFT PLAN

Today, the Manitoba government released PHASE 2 - DRAFT PLAN of the Roadmap to Restore Services.  To view the changes proposed in the Phase Two draft plan click here.   Please Note: Changes in the Draft Plan for Phase Two are in addition to those introduced in Phase One. If no changes are outlined in the Draft Plan for Phase Two the conditions outlined in Phase One still apply.  The Province is asking Manitobans to comment on the draft plan. If you would like to participate, please provide your feedback on the Phase 2 – Draft Plan by completing the survey click here.

MUNICIPAL OFFICE – Effective June 1st, the Municipal Office will be open to the public three days per week; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.  

For the safety of our employees and citizens, limited number of individuals will be permitted within the office at one time, along with hand hygiene and physical distancing.  If you are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, or generally not feeling well, please do not visit the office.  As an alternative to visiting the office, please feel free to either phone our office at 204-467-5711 (between the hours of 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday) or email info@rmofrosser.com with any inquires.

The Province of Manitoba is the authority on COVID-19. Please continue to visit their website daily for updates.

Click HERE to visit the Province of Manitoba COVID-19 website.

Click HERE to view the Province of Manitoba’s Media Releases on COVID-19.

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May 11, 2020

Click on the title below to view a notice from Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority,  encouraging people to seek care at emergency rooms if needed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how to register with Family Doctor Finder to secure a regular health care provider if you don't already have one: 

IERHA - Emergency Departments Open 


May 6, 2020

Message from the Rural Municipality of Rosser

As businesses in the province are re-opening, the Province of Manitoba has created a web page where you can obtain further information regarding the Province’s Phrased Approach to restoring safe service.   Please reference the Q & A/Updates for Businesses section.  Here is the link for the web pagehttps://engagemb.ca/covid19-csp

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April 30, 2020

Message from the Rural Municipality of Rosser

Greetings and thank you to all for doing your part to flatten the curve. Below, please find information relating to the Rural Municipality and the Province of Manitoba.

Raise the Roof Rosser - Much appreciation to those who joined in the "Raise the Roof Rosser”, held April 19th, where Rosser residents honoured those working to ease our burdens and for those recovering their health during this pandemic.  Many captured those exciting moments and can be viewed on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Municipal Office - In a further effort to practice social distancing and for the safety of our employees and citizens, our Municipal Office is still closed for public access while we are working on a plan on how to safely open.  

As an alternative to visiting the office, please feel free to either phone our office at 204-467-5711 (between the hours of 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday) or email info@rmofrosser.com with any inquires. Should access be required, we will schedule a time to meet in person.

The public is allowed to attend any Council Meetings during this time, however social distancing measures will be in effect. We will also provide interim electronic web access to those wishing to view the meeting remotely.

Utility Bills - Municipal Council Members certainly understand the financial hardship that the current pandemic has caused to some families. In an effort to provide some relief to those having difficulties making payments, the Council has decided to waive any interest on utility accounts in arrears for the months of April and May.  For those that are unable to pay your utility bill by the due date, please email accounts@rmofrosser.com or call 204-467-5711 and ask for the utility payment officer.

Quick Highlights from the Province

·         Restoring Safe Services Together: Roadmap

The Province has released a roadmap highlighting critical public health measures that will be in place for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic and identifies the criteria for easing secondary public health measures. It provides recommendations on how to operationalize and implement mitigation strategies, outlines the initial measures that can be eased, and sets out options for future changes. To learn more about the Province’s Phased Approach click here.   To learn more about the "Restoring Safe Services – Manitoba’s Pandemic and Economic Roadmap for Recovery” click here for the 34-page PDF. 

·         Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority

Public health officials are expanding COVID-19 testing criteria to let more Manitobans take advantage of testing. If you have cold or flu like symptoms - you can come for testing.   Symptoms can range from mild to severe and include cough, fever, difficulty breathing, sore throat, runny nose, malaise, headache, muscle aches, hoarse voice, fatigue, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea for more than 24 hours, poor feeding (infant).

Individuals are directed to contact Health Links – Info Santé at 204-788-8200 or toll-free at 1-888-315-9527 to determine if testing for COVID-19 should be considered.

Click here to visit the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority for more information.

The Province of Manitoba is the authority on COVID-19. Please continue to visit their website daily for updates.

Click HERE to visit the Province of Manitoba COVID-19 website.

Click HERE to view the Province of Manitoba’s Media Releases on COVID-19.

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April 17, 2020 

Message from the Rural Municipality of Rosser

According to the Province of Manitoba, the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba is 250 as of April 16th.

The data also shows:
•    eight individuals are currently hospitalized, which includes four individuals in intensive care;
•    124 active cases and 121 individuals who have recovered from COVID-19; and
•    the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at five.

Quick Highlights from the Province

  • Anyone entering Manitoba, regardless of whether it was from another country or another province must self-isolate for 14 days.
  • Manitobans are strongly encouraged to practice good hygiene and social distancing.  This includes:

-          cleaning your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, avoiding touching your face, coughing or sneezing into your elbow or sleeve, and disposing of tissues appropriately;

-          staying home and away from others, especially if you are sick; and

-          maintaining a distance of two metres or six feet from others in public.

  • Anyone who has health concerns or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should complete the online self-assessment at www.manitoba.ca/covid19;
  • Manitobans seeking assistance due to COVID-19 or looking to volunteer to support others during this time can visit www.HelpNextDoorMB.ca to register. 

The Province of Manitoba is the authority on COVID-19. Please continue to visit their website daily for updates.

Click HERE to visit the Province of Manitoba COVID-19 website.

Click HERE to view the Province of Manitoba’s Media Releases on COVID-19. 

We are witnessing the very best of humanity at this time of global crisis. Let’s continue to care and look out for each other.  We’re all in this together. 

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April 15, 2020

Message from the Reeve:

Hello everyone:

As always, I hope this finds you well and in good spirits. Indications are that our self-distancing, isolation, hand washing and general disinfecting practices may be paying off. However, we still need to remain vigilant as the numbers and our situation could change very quickly.

We also want to keep in mind those frontline workers who are continuing to provide essential services. This includes healthcare workers, first responders and fire fighters, as well as those working at food stores, banks and credit unions, hardware stores, gas stations, pet stores, hotels and motels, post offices….and the list goes on.

In cities around the world, people are sending out their thanks by clapping, singing from balconies, honking horns etc. In rural settings, it’s a little more challenging but the truth is many of us are able to make louder noises. To honour all those who are providing services during this crisis, and those who are working to regain their health, we are inviting all Rosser residents to step outside this Sunday, April 19th, at 12:00 noon and make as much noise as you can. Sing, shout, clap, play a drum, honk a horn, ring a bell, get your dogs barking and your ducks quacking, get your high school saxophone out and let fly. For those in villages you can wave at your neighbours and give them a thumbs up. For those on the farm, try and see if you can hear your neighbours and if they can hear you. Blast that semi horn! Capture those moments in photos and/or videos and post them on our new Facebook Public Group, or tag us @RosserTogether on Twitter and Instagram.  Alternatively, you can email them to rossertogether@gmail.com.

Facebook Public Group (click here)

Instagram (click here)

Twitter (click here) 


Remember, we are all in this together!  Keep looking out for one another, keep your chin up and keep on keeping on.

With many thanks to all,

Frances

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April 1, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, all Manitobans have a role to play in slowing its spread and minimizing its impact on the health-care system and in communities. Please continue to wash hands, disinfect areas around your home and work, practice social distancing, and take common preventive measures. It’s important to stay informed and understand the facts. Please visit the Province of Manitoba website daily for updates.

Click HERE to visit the Province of Manitoba COVID-19 website.

We understand and appreciate the scale and scope of COVID-19 can be very challenging and may cause increased stress and anxietyInformation and resources on managing stress are available to help you and your family. Please click on the blue link in the previous sentence.

The following is further information that may help inform you:

-The Province of Manitoba has directed that only essential business will remain open and operational effective April 1st, 2020 at 12:01 am until further notice

For a complete list of all essential services, visit https://www.gov.mb.ca/asset_library/en/proactive/2019_2020/orders-soe-03302020.pdf

-The Rosser Transfer Station will remain open regular hours at this time (Mon & Thurs 1pm-5pm, and Fri & Sat 9am-5pm) To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, medical items such as gloves, masks, sanitizing wipes and facial tissues are not to be put in your recycling bins. These items are considered contaminated and when they end up in the blue bins, sorting staff have to manually remove them off the line. For the health and safety of the collection and sorting staff, please only include accepted items in your recycling.

When visiting our transfer station, please ensure you practice social distancing by standing a minimum of two meters away from the attendant.  Signage is also posted onsite stating that only one vehicle will be allowed on the hill at once.  If a vehicle is already on the hill when you arrive, please wait at the STOP sign until the vehicle has exited.  Please note the ‘giveaway shack’ is closed.

-As Manitoba’s health system continues with preparations to ensure the province is prepared to meet the needs of patients and to ensure appropriate protection from COVID-19 is available to health-care workers, donations of the following supplies are now welcome by the province:

•    N95 respirators of various models and sizes, both hospital and industrial grade;

•    surgical/procedure masks;

•    gloves;

•    disposable gowns and

•    disinfectants and cleaners.

Supplies must be in original packaging, clean and in useable condition.  Expired supplies are not able to be accepted. For more information on donating supplies, visit:

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/supply-donations/ or call (toll-free) 1-833-408-0101.

-There have been reports of multiple phishing scams related to COVID-19. Many are asking people for credit card information to provide medication following positive test results. This is not a call that Manitobans would receive from public health officials. Manitobans are advised not to provide any financial data. Hang up on the caller and to report the call to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at (toll-free) 1-888-495-8501.

-As we understand many people are taking this opportunity to ‘spring clean’ and declutter their homes, it is suggested that you please refrain from holding any yard or garage sales at this time, while we all do our best to practice social distancing!

Thank you for doing your part to flatten the curve. Now more than ever, we need the cooperation of everyone. Any person concerned about their exposure to or risk of having COVID-19 should use the provincial online tool to assess and then call Health Links–Info Santé at 204-788-8200 or (toll-free) at 1-888-315-9257 to be screened to see if a test is required.

Take care of yourself and take care of each other.

                                 

 

                                   ~ Message from the RM of Rosser - March 26, 2020~

Yesterday, public health officials advise 14 additional probable cases of COVID-19 have been identified, bringing the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 35 at this time.

All are encouraged to continue to wash hands, disinfect areas around your home and work, practice social distancing, and take common preventive measures. It’s important to stay informed and understand the facts. Please visit the Province of Manitoba website daily for updates.

Click HERE to visit the Province of Manitoba COVID-19 website.

Click HERE to view the Province of Manitoba’s Media Releases on COVID-19.

The following is further information that may help inform you: 

Drinking Water –According to the World Health Organization, there is no evidence that the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is present in or being transmitted by drinking water supplies. We continue to receive best practices from the Province of Manitoba Office of Drinking Water.

Rosser Municipal Office – Our office is still closed for public access until further notice.  We will carry on business as usual the best we can via phone and email.  As LI2 debenture prepayments are due March 31, 2020, cheque payments can be made using the drop box in the door.  You can also pay online through Bank of Montreal, CIBC, Credit Union, TD Canada, Scotiabank or via Telpay.ca.

If you wish to make a payment by cash, please contact our CAO, Larry Wandowich, and he will arrange to meet you at the office to process your payment.  Larry can be reached at 204-390-0636.

Rosser Postal Office – In an effort to practice social distancing, and the fact that the Rosser Postal Office is a small confined space, a limit of one customer is permitted within the office. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.

Community Centres – Our municipality community centres have taken a lead role by voluntarily closing during this time, as they do their part to help people adhere to social distancing.

Groceries and Medication – If you are heading out, consider contacting a neighbour or friend and offer to pickup any groceries or medication on their behalf.  This act of kindness will help limit the number of people in stores.  

Online Shopping – The pandemic has led to a spike in online shopping. If you prefer to purchase your groceries online, and your home falls within the approved delivery service region, do expect delays. Anticipate what you may need and plan ahead. But please don’t hoard.

Manitobans Helping Manitobans– Consider volunteering your time.  A new online tool has been introduced for Manitobans to help vulnerable Manitobans (such as the elderly, disabled and medically vulnerable). Help Next Door MB is a network of helpers coming together as a community. If you are a volunteer ready to provide your support or someone who needs a helping hand through these difficult times, this platform can connect you.  To learn more, please visit Help Next Door MB (Click Here)

To catch up on municipality updates and communication from our Reeve, visit Rural Municipality of Rosser’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Community Notice (Click Here).

We are witnessing the very best of humanity at this time of global crisis. Let’s continue to care and look out for each other.  We are all in this together.                                           

 

                                          ~Message from the Reeve - March 24, 2020~     

Hello neighbours and friends:

I hope this finds you all well and coping with the many changes that are impacting you and your family at this stressful time. Manitoba currently has one of the lowest COVID-19 infection rates in the country, but this could change at any time. If we are to keep our numbers low, we must continue to rigorously practice social distancing protocols. We must also remember that each province has different testing strategies, so we shouldn’t assume too much by statistics alone. The reality remains that our only chance of containing this outbreak is to be vigilant in following the directives of the Chief Medical Officer of Health regarding hygiene, social distancing, self-quarantine, and the restrictions on travel and non-essential services. Updates are always available on the government websites: https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/index.htmlor
https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html

Yesterday, the Province implemented a 14-day self-isolation requirement for all those returning from travels outside Manitoba, including to other areas in Canada. Our CAO, Larry Wandowich, returned this past weekend from Alberta and has placed himself in self isolation. Plans were already in place at the municipal office to address the absence of any staff member, and so Larry will be carrying on his duties and continuing his leadership from his home for the next several days.

On a positive note, the Federal Government has announced further funding to the Farm Credit Canada program which will assist our farm families and agricultural operations to weather the coming days and the uncertainties that we are facing.

We continue to be advised that the supply chain in Canada has not been adversely affected, however to ensure this continues to be the case we need to maintain reasonable consumption and purchasing practices. Hoarding is neither required nor recommended. We have learned as well, that pharmacies are now filling prescriptions for 1 month supplies only, to ensure there are no shortages of vital medications.

Rosser Council and staff continue to work hard running day-to-day operations while complying with all specified standards. We remain in close touch with the Provincial and Federal governments, as well as service providers and neighbouring communities. Please feel free to call any member of Council if you have questions or concerns. We would also love to hear positive stories of how our community is rising to meet this challenge!

Take care. Keep looking out for each other.

Frances Smee

Reeve                            

 

                                                 ~Message from the Reeve - March 18, 2020~

Hello everyone:

I just wanted to reach out to our community to let you know that Rosser Council and staff are continuing to work with all levels of government, social services and community resources to make sure we are well-positioned to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak.

PLEASE take social-distancing recommendations seriously. Now is the time we can make a real difference in lessening the coming impact to our community. Don’t wait until the virus is on our doorstep.

The supply chain in Canada has not been disrupted so hoarding is not necessary and, in fact, strongly discouraged.

Cartier Water Co-op reports they have topped up all chemicals required to continue services. As well, their suppliers have confirmed that they do not predict shortages.

Because of early attention to the COVID-19 situation, the RM has all supplies required by office staff, Public Works and our Fire Department in stock.

We suggest that people fill prescriptions for a 3-month period. Pharmacies are able to do this but do not look to get a year’s supply of any medication.

Reports confirm Canadian blood supplies are starting to be negatively affected because of social distancing protocols. If you are in a position to give blood, contact Canadian Blood Services to set up an appointment. www.blood.ca or 1-888-236-6283.

Remember to stay in touch with neighbors who might need groceries picked up, other assistance or may just want to chat. There will be some people in our community feeling particularly isolated and vulnerable at this time. A phone call and a friendly voice might make all the difference.

Council has asked me to tell you that all council members are available to take calls and answer any questions you may have. As we have mentioned before, the Province is taking the lead on dealing with the outbreak and they have all updated information on their website. https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/index.html

And, the simplest thing we can all do to safeguard our health is wash our hands!

Take care and be well,

Frances Smee

Reeve

 

                                                      ~Message from the Reeve - March 13, 2020~

Dear fellow neighbours,

Further to today’s Rural Municipality of Rosser’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Community Notice, I reach out to you to inform you that our municipality is taking this matter seriously and remind you to refer to the Manitoba Government health hyperlinks to be well informed on all updates.

Rural Municipality of Rosser’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Community Notice (Click Here).

This is a stressful time for everyone and certainly not something any of us expected. Although we are a small community, we are strong, resilient, and have an extraordinary ability to support each other. Please continue to work together and assist any of your neighbours that may need extra care at this time.

Take care and be well until we meet again.

Warm regards,

 

Frances Smee

Reeve