Community Leisure—436 William
Hello from Community Leisure. This week some of us went to the Festival du Voyaguer at the Franco Manitoban Cultural Centre. There was great music and a lot of us danced, after a nice meal. We had a choice of pea soup or a pulled pork sandwich and they were good! The festival is on until this weekend and we highly recommend that you go.
Contract Manufacturing—500 Madison
I would like you to meet one of our cleaning teams here at Madison Street: Leaha Van Steelant, Carol McInnis, Tracy Duck, Terry Berthelette and Danielle Paksec. These ladies have taken on the responsibility of keeping our women’s washroom spotless. They do a tremendous job and receive many compliments for how clean and well-maintained they keep the bathroom, throughout the day.
Thank you and keep up the great work!
Recycling & Document Destruction—115 Plymouth
City of Winnipeg Blue Box Recycling Program
You can Recycle:
- plastic containers with a recycling triangle on the bottom, including all bottles, pails, tubs, and jugs
- aluminum drink cans
- steel (tin) food cans
- milk and juice cartons
- juice boxes
- newspapers and inserts, flyers and junk mail
- magazines, phone books, household paper, shredded paper and envelopes
- cardboard egg cartons and paper tubes
- flattened cardboard, no more than 1 metre in any direction, e.g., cereal, cracker, tissue, laundry, shoe and packing boxes
- glass jars and bottles (clear and coloured).
Items that you can’t recycle include:
- plastic bags, plastic packaging and cellophane
- household hazardous waste containers, such as antifreeze, motor oil, windshield washer fluid, bleach, pesticide or herbicide. You can identify many hazardous waste products by the danger symbols )
- aluminum foil or foil pie plates
- foil or foam takeout food containers
- foam packaging, foam egg cartons or foam meat trays
- mirrors, window glass or broken glass
- light bulbs, drinking glasses, ceramics or cookware.
For more information on the blue box program: www.winnipeg.ca