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Police Had No Choice But To Shoot Indigenous Man

A Winnipeg police officer had no choice but to shoot an indigenous man whose death is now the subject of an inquest, a retired investigator testified Tuesday. Former Winnipeg police

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Manitoba Experienced Strong Job Growth For Third Consecutive Month

According to Statistics Canada, Manitoba experienced strong job growth for the third consecutive month and now has the lowest unemployment rate in the country, Finance Minister Greg Dewar announced. “This

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Manitoba Government Invests $3 Million To Hire Teachers

The Manitoba government continues to invest in student success by providing $3 million in new funding to hire more teachers and keep kindergarten to Grade 3 classes smaller, Education and

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New Training Program To Help Reduce Manitoba Workplace Injuries At Personal Care Homes

A new training program for personal care home staff on lifting and transferring residents will support event better care for Manitobans living in personal care homes and help to reduce

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Manitoba To Train Students In High-demand Field of Heavy Equipment Operations

New Program at Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Will Train Students in High-demand Field: Minister Chief A new program will train Manitobans to operate heavy equipment, preparing young people

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Manitoba Family Child Care Project will Create Jobs And Child-care Spaces

Family Child Care Project will Create Jobs, Child-care Spaces – The Manitoba government is helping Manitobans gain the skills necessary to pursue self-employment in the child-care sector by establishing their

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31 New Paramedics To Be Hired To Help Manitoba Residents When They Need it Most

Thirty front-line paramedics will be hired to provide better care closer to home for families in the Prairie Mountain Health and Southern Health–Santé Sud regional health authorities, Premier Greg Selinger

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Investment to establish a skills development and training initiative for the print industry in Manitoba.

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA – Joyce Bateman, Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, announced a $1.1 million

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Boivin Group

Boivin Group Winnipeg, Manitoba Boivin Group is a full service event planning and communication company specializing in creative solutions for Aboriginal, not-for-profit, and small business groups across Canada. By working

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Peguis Treaty Days

Peguis Treaty Days Peguis First Nation July – First Nations around Manitoba gather in Peguis for Treaty Days that runs from July 18 to 24, and features live music, sporting

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Negotiations continue to end a flood-forced evacuation of four Manitoba reserves

WINNIPEG – Negotiations continue to end a flood-forced evacuation of four Manitoba reserves that began in 2011, but the 2,000 people who fled their homes can’t expect to return overnight,

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Helps to Increase Participation of Urban Aboriginal People in the Northern Manitoba Economy

The Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, on behalf of the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, today announced support for the

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Materials for 152 housing plumbing retrofits have been purchased for First Nations in Manitoba

The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, today announced that building materials for 152 housing plumbing

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Manitoba Premier apologizes to aboriginal communities for the damage hydro-electric development has done.

CROSS LAKE, Man. – Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger is apologizing to aboriginal communities for the damage hydro-electric development has done

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Water is still a major issue on many First Nations across Canada

Water is still a major issue on many First Nations across Canada, but should Manitoba bands be overly concerned? Just recently, Tsal’alh First Nation, a B.C.-based band, announced they are

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