COVID-19 Information

In an effort to provide our residents with pertinent information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Municipality of Boissevain-Morton has compiled the following information and links. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Municipal Office at Phone number: 204-534-2433  Email address: info@boissevain.ca

Boissevain-Morton Businesses

Business Impact Survey
To determine how COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the business community, please fill out survey here.
Agricultural Impact Survey
To determine how COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Boissevain-Morton’s agricultural community, please fill out survey here.
Residents Impact Survey
To assist the Municipality of Boissevain-Morton in assessing how residents have been financially impacted by COVID-19, please take a few minutes to complete Resident Survey.

Important Links

Government of Canada
For up to date information about the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, as well as federal benefits individuals and business visit canada.ca/coronavirus
Province of Manitoba
For up to date information about the COVID-19 pandemic in Manitoba, as well as provincial benefits individuals and business visit www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/
FAQ regarding Manitoba State of Emergency, Public Health Orders, Essential Services, click here.
Federal Relief Measures guide as of April 16, 2020, from Bakertilly.
Manitoba Chamber of Commerce Business Action Report
Mental Health Virtual Therapy Program
Caring for your mental health is important during the COVID-19 pandemic. AbilitiCBT is a new digital therapy program available to all Manitobans experiencing low to mid symptoms of anxiety due to the pandemic. For more information click here.

Municipal Updates

Updated August 4, 2020 – With the Manitoba Government’s phased approach to restoring services, Municipality of Boissevain-Morton Council has made the following decisions regarding Municipal facilities, programs and services:

• Boissevain-Morton Swimming Pool: Open to the public
With the condition all users follow health and safety guidelines from Manitoba Health.
• Boissevain Legion Hall: Open to public
Open for conditional public use at the discretion of the Municipality. All user groups of Municipal facilities are required to sign an agreement to comply with Public Health Orders. To download form click here, fill out and sign then return to Municipal Office.
• Boissevain-Morton Community Theatre: Open to the public
With the condition all users follow health and safety guidelines from Manitoba Health.
• Boissevain-Morton Swimming Pool: Open to the public
With the condition all users follow health and safety guidelines from Manitoba Health.
• Boissevain-Morton Municipal Office – Open to Public
Limit one person in the office at a time. Mandatory application of hand sanitizer. For accessibility, call 204-534-2433 for curbside service. Please consider remote payment options. All meetings by appointment only. Please note washrooms, Council Chambers and Public Room remained closed to the public at this time.
• Civic Centre Public Room & Council Chambers: Open to public
Open for conditional public use at the discretion of the Municipality. All user groups of Municipal facilities are required to sign an agreement to comply with Public Health Orders. To download form click here, fill out and sign then return to Municipal Office.
• Boissevain Campground: Open to public
Open to seasonal and overnight camping. Washrooms and shower facilities open to the public.
• Municipal Ball Diamonds & Soccer Fields: Open to public
With the condition all users follow health and safety guidelines from Baseball Manitoba, Manitoba Soccer and Manitoba Health. All user groups of Municipal facilities are required to sign an agreement to comply with Public Health Orders. To download form click here, fill out and sign then return to Municipal Office.
• Boissevain-Morton Recycling Depot: Open to the public
With the condition all users follow health and safety guidelines from Manitoba Health.
• Boissevain-Morton Library: Open to the public
With the condition all users follow health and safety guidelines from Manitoba Health.
• Playgrounds: Open to public – Use at your own risk
Kin Park, McDonald Bay, Boissevain Campground and Tommy Turtle playgrounds have reopened to the public. Playground structures will not be sanitized. Please practice physical distancing, proper hygiene and remember to follow all public health guidelines.
• Museums:  Closed for 2020
including Wildlife Museum, Moncur Gallery, Model Railway and Beckoning Hills Museum, will be closed for 2020 season.
• Canada Day:  Cancelled for 2020

The following remain closed to the public until further notice:
• Boissevain Arena
• Boissevain-Morton Fire Hall
• Boissevain-Morton Public Works Shops, Urban, Rural and Water Plant

PAYMENT OPTIONS
Alternative methods to make payments:

Online Banking with local RBC & Sunrise Credit Union
• add Municipality of Boissevain-Morton as a “payee”,
• for taxes – choose Taxes, account number is the first 6 digits of your roll number
• for utilities – choose Utilities, account number is the first 6 digits of your account number

Municipal Drop Box  Located on the front of the Civic Centre
• For security reasons, please drop off payments during office hours only (Monday-Friday 8:30am – 4:30 pm)
• Cheques, bank draft or cash, please include your roll number or account number in the memo or on the envelope.