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NOTICE:  At this time, the Municipality of Roblin has decided to close:  the library, the arena and the curling rink. The Municipal Office is now closed to walk-in traffic, but you can call 204-937-8333 ext.221 to make an appointment or if you need assistance.

Also check out the Community Impact page for other updates and information from various other local departments.

The Municipality of Roblin had ongoing communication with various provincial government departments--Manitoba Municipal Relations, Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living and Manitoba EMO--regarding COVID-19 preparedness protocols and communication tools for municipalities.  Both the AMM and Province of Manitoba have also been working collaboratively to ensure all Manitobans are receiving consistent and accurate information.  In addition to these collaborative efforts, Minister Friesen briefed municipal leaders directly on how all Manitobans can remain safe during this situation.

The public is asked to continue to contact Health Links at 204-788-8200 or 1-888-315-9257 (toll free) for COVID-19 and other health concerns, including international travelers who have developed cold-or flu-like symptoms within the past 14 days of returning to Canada.  The AMM continues to urge all Manitobans to frequently visit the Manitoba Public Health website for the latest updates.  You can also visit the Province of Manitoba website for information.

For Information in regards to The Public Health Act requirements in regards to public gatherings, businesses etc. as of April 1, 2020, click here.  If you have concerns in regards to the public health order or concerns regarding residents that refuse to self-isolate in our area please contact: 

The Manitoba government has recently issued a COVID-19 Measures in Manitoba re-cap of all that has been done to help residents of Manitoba.  

Manitobans seeking assistance due to COVID-19 or looking to support others during this time can visit Help Next Door MB to register.


At this time, the Mountain View School Division has decided to close all schools indefinitely.  Updates on their policies and procedures can be found on the MVSD website.


Due to COVID-19 the Planning Office is making some adjustments for the upcoming building season.  Please see the Covid 19 & Planning Office bulletin for further information.


If your job or business has been affected by COVID-19, you can call 1-833-699-0299 to see if you qualify for financial assistance from the Government of Canada, or you can visit this link.

Community Futures Parkland is also Here for You. Whether you’re an existing client or new to Community Futures Parkland, they are here to help you navigate through this uncertain time. In addition to their business loan program, they provide a wide range of advisory services and support.  If you have questions or would like more information please contact Rhianna McCool-Morin, Business Account Manager by phone 204-672-2110, or email