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Longtime Leaders in Educational Excellence Recognized at Annual General Meeting

EDMONTON, July 12, 2018 – The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is pleased to honour the careers and contributions of five outstanding educators during its Annual General Meeting which is currently being held at the DoubleTree by Hilton West Edmonton. This year’s CTF Outstanding Indigenous Educator Award is being given to Wilfred Buck, a Science Facilitator with the Manitoba First […]

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Recipients of Third Annual Mayor’s Scholarship for Community Leadership Announced

July 12, 2018 WINNIPEG – Today, Mayor Brian Bowman awarded five recipients with the Mayor’s Scholarship for Community Leadership during a ceremony at City Hall. Each of the five scholarship winners will receive a one thousand dollar scholarship in recognition of their consistent and outstanding dedication to making their community a better place to live and […]

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A visit to Swan Lake First Nation: Community pride shines through – Manitoba Chiefs

Swan Lake is a beautiful First Nation in southwestern Manitoba. The community, set amongst lush rolling hills, held its annual pow wow on the first weekend of July. Grand Chief Arlen Dumas was honoured to be a part of the grand entry. It was the Grand Chief’s first time visiting Swan Lake First Nation. Upon […]

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UCN: Onikaniwak Summer Institute Wraps Up

July 12, 2018 University College of the North’s (UCN) Summer Institute has concluded for another year. The title of the week-long camp is “Onikaniwak – For Those Who Lead.” The land-based program began on July 6th this year and was located at Egg Lake, 70 kilometres north of The Pas, MB. UCN partners with a […]

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Tribe Called Red dancer says she ‘just felt disposable’ after being chased, refused taxi ride – CBC

Angela Gladue, in Winnipeg to perform at the Folk Festival, says cab driver insisted on payment upfront Jul 13, 2018 An Edmonton woman says she’s still in shock after being refused a cab ride when she asked a Duffy’s Taxi driver for help Monday night. Angela Gladue, who was in Manitoba to perform at the […]

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Key steps to getting out of credit card debt as the cost of borrowing rises – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 12, 2018  By Ian Bickis THE CANADIAN PRESS The Bank of Canada’s latest rate increase has raised the cost of borrowing as well as the importance of paying off debts. Credit cards often carry interest rates in the double digits, some of the most crippling in the debt world, so anyone carrying […]

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UWinnipeg creates Media Centre for Public Policy and Knowledge Mobilization

New Centre will house EvidenceNetwork.ca, now in its seventh year The University of Winnipeg has established the Media Centre for Public Policy and Knowledge Mobilization. The Centre will be a research hub that seeks to understand how policy-making decisions are influenced by media and how research institutions commit to knowledge mobilization. “The debate around public […]

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‘Doors Open Brandon’ a Unique Mix of Architecture, Culture & Nature

July 9, 2018 Brandon, MB – The City of Brandon and the Brandon Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee, along with their many event sponsors, invite all members of the public to attend the 17th annual Doors Open Brandon weekend July 20th to 22nd for a unique chance to travel back in time and immerse themselves in […]

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Twelve Manitobans to Receive Order of Manitoba Today

July 12, 2018 Twelve Manitobans, whose contributions encompass a broad range of endeavors and accomplishments, will be invested into the Order of Manitoba in this at a special ceremony to be held today at 4 p.m., Thursday, July 12 in Room 200 in the Manitoba Legislative Building. The Order of Manitoba, the province’s highest honour, was […]

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12 Manitobans receiving province’s top honour – CBC

12 Manitobans honoured for enriching the social, cultural or economic well-being of the province Jul 12, 2018 A dozen of Manitoba’s most renowned citizens will receive the province’s highest honour on Thursday, the Order of Manitoba. The honourees, including youth advocate Robb Nash, University of Manitoba president David Barnard and renowned pediatric researcher Dr. Cheryl […]

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