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A group of band students at Sturgeon Heights Collegiate are using music to express their feelings about losing one of the program’s t…
04.27 / 04:22
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Hog Watch Manitoba is back watching hogs. The citizens group is returning because of concerns about the Pallister government’s plan to remove the moratorium on new hog barns. The former NDP government imposed the ban 11 years ago. Hog Watch also fears the province’s move to…
04.27 / 04:14
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Manitoba Beef Producers will award six $500 bursaries to deserving Manitoba students in 2017. The bursaries are available to MBP members, or their children, who are attending a university, college or other post-secondary institution. Students pursuing trades training are also…
04.27 / 04:14
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It was a homecoming of sorts – several hundred emboldened nurses chanting “we are the nurses, the mighty, mighty nurses,” wielding placards and waving flags on the front steps of the Manitoba legislature, demanding government reverse its “reckless cuts” to health care…
04.27 / 03:53
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The Flood of the Century changed the landscape of Manitoba and the lives of thousands of Manitobans. "I remember it as a time of high tension, high emotion, and a tremendous sense that we have got to really do this right," Gary Filmon said. For him, the spring of 1997 was a time he'll never…
04.27 / 02:44
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The Pallister government has identified the areas of Winkler and Niverville as the top priority areas where new schools will be…
04.27 / 01:49
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A Sagkeeng mother hopes Serena McKay's tragic death will be the catalyst for change on the Manitoba First…
04.27 / 01:24
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It was just last week that Kevin O’Leary reached out to Manitobans and asked for their vote in the federal Conservative leadership race. Now, the last candidate to join the race has dropped o…
04.26 / 23:56
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Band students at Sturgeon Heights Collegiate are making noise about budget cuts that have already cost them a teacher, and could have even bigger impacts next…
04.26 / 23:30
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New schools for Winkler and Niverville are the Pallister government's top priorities for new schools, Education Minister Ian Wishart said Wednesday. He would not speculate when they might be built. The school…
A three-year-old girl is holding her dog Maverick tight after he was returned to her family by the people who adopted him, thanks to $1,000 from a Winnipeg…
04.26 / 22:30
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A Winnipeg city councillor wants the city to speed up and take advantage of federal funding to implement quick-charge stations for electric…
04.26 / 22:21
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Residents living in a downtown Winnipeg condo continue to deal with their elevators being out of commission for more than a…
04.26 / 22:11
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The killing of a 19-year-old high school student and a graphic video believed to be linked to the death has shocked a small Manitoba First Nation that has seen more than its share of…
04.26 / 21:31
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As Canada's lumber industry reacts to punishing duties imposed by the United States on softwood lumber exports this week, at least one Manitoba company says it started preparing months…
04.26 / 21:26
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The Manitoba Public Utilities Board has approved a rate drop for Centra…
04.26 / 21:17
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As relative unknowns, Winnipeg Blue Bombers prospects are hoping to make a name for themselves during this week's…
04.26 / 20:52
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Mayor Brian Bowman claims Winnipeg has reached an agreement to reopen Portage and Main to pedestrians with the final property owner at the…
04.26 / 20:49
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Moments before voting in favour of a lobbyist registry favoured by Mayor Brian Bowman, Coun. Russ Wyatt railed against the head office, likening it to a dictatorship and comparing Bowman to Donald…
04.26 / 20:17
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SAGKEENG FIRST NATION, Man. — A First Nations community northeast of Winnipeg is reeling following the killing of a high-school student and the arrest of two younger t…
04.26 / 20:17
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