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Eileen Clarke nominated in Agassiz

January 17, 2019 Will carry PC Banner in new constituency: Pallister The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Eileen Clarke as the nominated candidate for the next provincial election after securing the party’s nomination in the redrawn constituency of Agassiz. “Eileen has been a tremendous representative for her constituents in Agassiz,” said […]

by pmnationtalk on January 18, 20193 Views

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CBC Investigates: Province changes how it counts kids in care, reports lower number than Manitoba child welfare agencies – CBC

10,776 kids in care, province says after change to how number is tallied, but agencies say total is 11,143 Jan 18, 2019 At first glance, it looks like the number of children in care in Manitoba decreased from just over 10,700 to 10,328 last year — a figure touted by the Families minister as the first decrease in […]

by pmnationtalk on January 18, 20193 Views

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Performance Opportunity: Canada Day at The Forks | Deadline: Feb 7

January 17, 2019 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 4PM CST Thursday February 7, 2019 Manitoba Music is coordinating live performances for Canada Day at The Forks this summer. One of the province’s most popular summer destinations, The Forks attracts thousands of visitors on Canada Day. This year’s concerts will celebrate and promote Manitoba artists with genre-spanning concerts featuring […]

by pmnationtalk on January 18, 20194 Views

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AMC: Newborn apprehensions detrimental to baby and mother

January 17, 2019 Treaty One Territory, MB _ The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs has become aware that there are imminent newborn baby apprehensions that are continuing to happen in Winnipeg. Birth alerts are placed on mothers suspected of not being able to care for their babies. Birth alert apprehensions are being carried out according to policy standards, not […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20194 Views

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60s Scoop’ settlement process stirring up past trauma for survivors – APTN News

January 17, 2019 60s Scoop survivor Trina Slapcoff reaches up to a makeshift cinderblock shelf in her living room and pulls down an old shoebox. “I meant to fix this,” says the 49 year old, fussing with the box. “it’s getting all squashed.” The first thing she sees once the lid comes off is a […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20196 Views

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Hé ho! Festival du Voyageur Celebrates 50 Years, Announces 2019 Lineup

January 16, 2019 With a loud “hé ho”, Festival du Voyageur has unveiled the programming for its 2019 festival. Manitoba’s premier winter festival has built a reputation for booking diverse acts covering just about every genre imaginable, from traditional tunes to country to indie rock to roots. Beyond the ice sculptures, beard growing, and the warmth of caribou, the February institution […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20197 Views

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U of Winnipeg: 2019 Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence Garry Thomas Morse

January 17, 2019 UWinnipeg is pleased to announce that poet, novelist, and editor Garry Thomas Morse is the 2019 Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence. Originally from Canada’s west coast,  Morse now calls Winnipeg home. His work has twice been short-listed for the Governor-General’s Award for Poetry, and twice short-listed for the national Re-Lit Award for fiction. Morse’s poetry book Discovery Passages explores myth, […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20196 Views

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Open Letter: Canada Must Stop Misleading on Joint Claims Reform and Adequately Fund Specific Claims Research

National Claims Research Directors c/o 401-312 Main Street Vancouver BC V6A 2T2 Open Letter to Minister Carolyn Bennett: Canada Must Stop Misleading on Joint Claims Reform and Adequately Fund Specific Claims Research January 16, 2019 Dear Minister Bennett, The National Claims Research Directors (NCRD) is a national body of specialized technicians who manage thirty-five Claims […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20196 Views

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‘It was uncalled for’: Family of man shot by Winnipeg police speak out- APTN News

January 16, 2019 Chad Williams was shot by Winnipeg police on January 11 and died early the next morning. The family of the 26 year old say they’re hesitant to trust the police after this. Police say they encountered a man acting suspicious shortly before 8 pm. APTN spoke to the family of the man […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20196 Views

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Bear Clan Patrol welcomes new support from Bell Let’s Talk and City of Winnipeg

$200,000 donation to grow mental health outreach to vulnerable people in the community WINNIPEG, Jan. 16, 2019 – Bell Let’s Talk and the City of Winnipeg today announced a combined donation of $200,000 to Bear Clan Patrol, the community-based organization providing safety and belonging, mental wellness support, conflict resolution and crime prevention for vulnerable people in the community. This new funding will […]

by pmnationtalk on January 17, 20197 Views

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