Welcome to the RM of Wallace

Situated along the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border approximately 75 km north of the Canada/United States border, the R.M. of Wallace has a distinct advantage when it comes to any kind of industry or trade. Placed roughly halfway between Winnipeg and Regina, two of North America's longest highways intersect here to create large opportunities with a small population of 1547. Wallace was established out of Dennis County in 1886, and early Councils were instrumental in initiating such programs as the Manitoba Good Roads Program. Wallace was also one of the first rural areas in Manitoba to receive telephone service. Read more...

Our Mission

The Mission of the Council of the RM. of Wallace is to provide leadership and promote the municipality's commitment to planning , services, and fiscal responsibility to show this Municipality, within the community, as an excellent place to live, work and carry our business now and in the future.

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Latest News

Jan 27, 2015

Employment Opportunity - Hometown Green Team Opportunity

Jan 21, 2015

Notice of Tender - Septic Tank Services

Jan 13, 2015

Kirkella Community Pasture - 2015 Rate Schedule
Kirkella Community Pasture - 2015 Prices

Jan 08, 2015

Employment Opportunity: GIS Technician

Jan 02, 2015

Notice of Council Meeting - Tuesday, January 06, 2015 @ 9:00am ( Council Boardroom - 154023 PR 257, Corner of 83 Hwy and PR 257)

Dec 30, 2014

NOTICE: Please be on the lookout for three cattle that have gone missing from Kirkella Community Pasture. We only have the description of one cow, it is a white steer with a white ear tag # AJ1 on the left ear. If anyone sees these animals please contact Sandy Heaman at 204-748-1177.

Dec 29, 2014

Inaugral Meeting Date - View Here
2015 Regular Council Meeting Schedule - View here

Nov 28, 2014

View - Release for Snow Plowing

Nov 24, 2014

The Council of the R.M. of Wallace would like to remind everyone that is doing snow clearing in the municipality that you are not permitted to push snow across municipal roads or pile snow in municipal drainage ditches.  Pushing snow across a municipal road may leave ridges or uneven surfaces thereby creating hazardous driving conditions.  Piling snow in drainage ditches may cause flooding when snow melts.
Anyone who is found to have pushed snow across a municipal road or piled snow in ditches will be held responsible for costs associated with the clean-up.

 

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