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Boil Water Advisory RESCINDED

Boil Water Advisory RESCINDED

Please be advised the the

Boil Water Advisory issued October 11, 2019

has been officially RESCINDED

as of 5:10pm on

Thursday October 17, 2019


Thank you for your patience.




September and October

September and October

Come Check Out The


 Canada Post Used Book Sale 

A new selection of books
is being added continually
at the
Roland Post Office

All proceeds support the Community Foundation for Children's Charities.

Town Hall Meeting

Town Hall Meeting

In case you were unable to attend the

Community Information &

Town Hall Evening on

September 11, 2019


Presentation here for your review

Sept 11 Town Hall
Council Meeting Date

Council Meeting Date

The Next Meeting is Tuesday, November 12, 2019.

Council meet on the second Tuesday of each month;  these dates may be amended on occassion.

Council Chambers are located in the Roland Memorial Hall,
at 45 3rd Street.

Council meeting are open to the public, and we would like to
encourage public attendance.

If you wish to appear as a delegation, or to be heard, please
contact the RM Office for an appointment.

Fall Supper

Fall Supper

Hosted by the Roland United Church
Occurring the 3rd Saturday in October every year.

2019 Ocotber 19th
2020 October 17th

Turkey, Meatballs, Ham, Mashed Potatoes, Scalloped Potatoes, Turnip, Corn, Salads, Pie, Desserts, Tea, and Coffee.

Roland Memorial Hall
45 3rd Street

Adults $15.00 Ages 6-12 $8.00 

4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

For Take-outs, please call Heather in advance or the Church after 3:30 on the day of the event.


Starting September 24th

Starting September 24th

Yoga Classes
with Lindsay Peters (RYT 200 hour)

Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m.
September 24th to November 26th

Roland Memorial Hall
Everyone Welcome

Similar to other styles of yoga, this helps to relieve stress, increase flexibility, calm the mind, and strengthen the body, as well as help enhance your range of motion.  This beginner friendly class which includes gentle breath work, standing and seated postures.  Go at your own pace, wear comfortable clothing, bring your water bottle and yoga mat.  (extra mats are available if you don't have one.)

Pre-registration  Required.

Please come early to the first class to complete some paperwork.

A Little Roland History

A Little Roland History

Published by the Roland News Office, approximately 1906
By S T Tyndale



An Illistrated Souvenir of Roland by ST Tyndale
Help Starts Here

Help Starts Here


Connect to Community Services

Abuse and Assault
Food & Clothing
Housing & Homelessness
Mental Health
Children & Parenting
Employment and Training
Legal Issues
Indigineous Peoples
Newcomers & Refugees
People with Disablilites
and more.....

 If it is an Emergency

  • For police, fire, and paramedics call 911.

  • If you need to talk to someone, call the Klinic crisis line at
    (204) 786-8686 or 1-888-322-3019.

  • For Health Links - call (204) 788-8200 or 1-888-315-9257.


Dog Walking 101

Dog Walking 101

  • Always walk your dog on the leash, it is for their protection, as much as yours.
  • Take a supply of doggie bags with you when you walk, or better yet, put a doggie bag dispenser on your leash, then you will never be caught unprepared.  Doggie bags are available at your local pet or dollar store, you can even choose bio-degradable or scented bags!

How to use a doggie bag

  • Place your hand inside the bag, like you are putting on a glove.
  • Make a claw-like circle with your fingers and then get as far under the "poo-pile" as possible before lifting up.
  • As you are picking up the "treasure" with one hand, pull the top edge of the bag down and round with the other hand.
  • The poo is contained, just tie a knot and dispose of the bag in your trash bin when you get home.

It works great,
no messy fingers or tools to clean

Your Neighbors will love you!


Property Taxes

Property Taxes

Municipal Property Taxes
for the Rural Municipality of Roland
are Due October 31st.



Genealogy & Local History Resourses

Genealogy & Local History Resourses

Roland Roots

Most likely the best resource you will ever find for our area.   Worthy of praise, and Many Thanks to the individuals that work endlessly on this project.  

The Fairview, Bethel and Myrtle cemeteries, final resting places for many of the original settlers of the Roland area.   "The burial records found on this website are not limited to tombstone inscriptions, they reflect the information available from the records of each cemetery. It is acknowledged that despite every effort some burials may never be identified. A database has been included identifying wherever possible the names of the parents of the deceased and, if applicable, any spouse or children. Common ancestors are also included so relationships between those interred may be traced."


Manitobia Historical Archives

Digital Resources on Localized Manitoba History, Books, Maps, Schools, Newspapers, and Photographs.

Trails of the Pioneer 1956 Rev. George H Hambley

To Donate a resource contact

Living Gold 1978 Evelyn Mullin 

If you have a resource you would like to share with others on the Genealogical Treasure Hunt, please feel free to submit the information to the Municipal Office.


Drainage Maintenance Program

Drainage Maintenance Program

Council would like your site specific DRAINAGE REQUESTS as early in the new year as possible for consideration this season.

Requests may be submitted to a Member of Council
or the RM Office.  

Drainage Request Forms are now available on our web site,
located under the headings "Municipality" and "Drainage".

E-Mail Addresses

E-Mail Addresses

Please be advised that as of January 2015 the Municipality has the following new e-mail addresses.