Thank You Manitoba

WINNIPEG, MB. – We have a small, dedicated and passionate team at MyToba News, and I am very proud of that and of them. MyToba News is family to us, so when there is an issue we all react to find a solution, Over the last few weeks, we have learned that our readers are just as passionate about MyToba as we are, and what a wonderful feeling. Thank you!

We received several emails about our home page not updating and that the games and puzzles were not showing up either. On behalf of our team, I apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused you and thank you for your patience. We have worked to resolve all of the issues, which appear to have been due to heavy traffic, and believe we finally have a solution implemented. If you experience any issues please email me directly at

The growth in traffic and the high number of emails we received made us think about where we are today. The media landscape is undergoing big changes. As those changes take place, much of the media is being concentrated in big companies far away from our community. As that happens, many people are concerned about losing that local news source that helps build our community.

That is why we started MyToba News. We believe it is more important than ever to make sure there is a locally focused, locally produced, and locally run media organization right here in Manitoba that focuses on the grassroots of our province.We make all decisions right here in Manitoba, by Manitoban’s, in fact, we normally make them over coffee in a local cafe. As Hal Anderson has said many times at our meetings, we get to decide what’s important, not suits in Toronto, and that makes us different.

We also want you to be a part of helping MyToba continue to grow and serve our community. Your stories are our stories. Do you have a photo, video, or story that you think should be shared with Manitobans? Did your kid’s sports team have a big win? Is there an event or person you think deserves recognition and mainstream media won’t cover it? We would love to hear about it! Email content@mytoba anytime.

We would love for you to follow MyToba;

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MyToba News is growing daily and we truly appreciate your support and your help with reaching more people by telling your friends to visit us or by sharing stories on Facebook. The more readers we have the more we can work to provide you news and information daily. Unlike mainstream media companies, we are made in Manitoba. We don’t use a national news service as each of us chases after the story. We don’t have a team of sports writers, but we have more local sports than others thanks to Scott Taylor and others.

We realize that some of you don’t appreciate advertising on any website however, we appreciate those who advertise on our site as their support helps us to bring you the news and sports on a daily basis.That’s why we count on you to visit us daily, to tell friends about us, and to support the local businesses that advertise with us. And, if you are a business leader, with our large and growing Manitoba audience, we offer a great opportunity for your businesses to reach potential customers at a very affordable price. Just email and let’s work together.

Together we are building something special. Please join us in helping MyToba News continue to grow. We are proud to be Manitoba’s online community newspaper. We are proud to serve you and will work hard each day to gain your trust and respect as a news source.

Kevin Klein, Hal Anderson, Andrew McCrea,

Spencer Fernando, Carter Brooks, Amanda Cortens 

Kevin Klein is President and CEO of MyToba News. The former publisher and CEO of the Winnipeg Sun, Kevin has spent several years in Canadian media working in newspapers, radio and television. A proud and passionate citizen of Winnipeg and Manitoba, Kevin is excited to bring you news, pictures and information on the many wonderful charity groups in our province. If you have an event you want us to know about, email Kevin at and follow him on Twitter @kevinkleinwpg.
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  • Carol says:

    I’m happy people took the time to let you know about the web issues instead of just going elsewhere for their news and games. I personally enjoy your site very much and look forward to your growth and what it may bring. Keep up the great work!

  • stella says:

    Thank you, Thank you, Kevin and ALL those at Manitoba News.

    For all you do … and share with your readers… Thanks again.

    God bless you all.

    stella m.

  • Stella Croning says:

    Thank you, Thank you, Kevein and All the others at Manitoba News.

    For all you do.. and share with your readers, Thanks again.
    God bless you all.

    Stella m.

  • Gord Burgess says:

    You guys are doing a great job–keep it up !!!

    I wonder why I have seen nothing about Crosby banging Suddan’s
    head on the ice in the last game on close-up TV and then throwing a bottle on the ice a little later. He is supposed to be the best player in the NHL ???? If you tried that on the street you would be in jail. Yet he is idolized and payed millions and millions for acting like a thug. Nothing said by the NHL.. SHAME SHAME That’s the last game I will ever watch !!!!

  • William says:

    Thank you for the helpful articles written by you and your writers.

  • Maxine Kollar says:

    Your Web site is my go-to site for all things Manitoba. I don’t receive a regular newspaper except the local weekly Clipper (which is very good) & don’t watch a lot of TV. I commend you all for bringing me news of Manitoba & keeping me informed. Thank you. I do have a suggestion. It would be really great if you could have a section which lists all the Manitoba festivals & events. Most times I learn of these events after the fact or not at all. There are some wonderful places to visit in Manitoba. We need to support these groups. For instance, coming up is the 51st Annual Highland Gathering June 24/25 in E. Selkirk, plus all the July 1st celebrations in this 150 anniversary of Canada. There is so much more happening in Manitoba that needs to be communicated.

    • Kevin Klein says:

      Thank you for your kind words and your support. We do have the Peak of the Market Events calendar, you will find it in “Quick Links”. We do post all events sent to us. If we are missing some it is simply because they have not informed us.