Resurfacing and Land Drainage on City Streets

An investment of close to $1-million will improve three city streets, drainage and reduce the number of combined sewer systems that still exist in Selkirk. Dan McDermid, Director of Operations, said portions of McLean, Sophia and Pacific were selected for resurfacing and land drainage improvements this summer, in accordance with the city’s Capital Asset Management Program…

Selkirk Breaks the 10,000 Population Barrier

Selkirk’s population has pushed past the 10,000 mark for the first time in decades and city leaders say it’s confirmation their purposeful strategy for growth is working. Statistics Canada released numbers on population and dwellings last week, the first results from the national census, taken May 10, 2016. The City of Selkirk’s population rose to…

City Hires Director of Protective Services

The City of Selkirk has created a new position and hired former RCMP Inspector David Thorne as its Director of Protective Services. Thorne started with the City on Oct. 17, 2016. The Director is responsible for the City’s two By-law Enforcement Officers and for all protective and safety related programs and initiatives the city has. This…