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Great-West Life makes headway to reconciliation – The Insurance and Investment Journal

July 3, 2018 Great-West Life has reaffirmed its commitment to reconciliation by announcing its first-year progress and future goals toward Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord. “We have an important role to play in our collective journey of reconciliation, whether it’s empowering Indigenous employees or supporting community initiatives that further Indigenous rights and well-being,” said Stefan Kristjanson, president […]

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In the news today, July 3 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 3, 2018 Five stories in the news for Tuesday, July 3 ___ MMIW INQUIRY LAWYER STEPS DOWN A lawyer for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has resigned and lists government interference among his reasons. Breen Ouellette, who worked as a commission counsel at its Vancouver offices, […]

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That can’t come soon enough:’ Churchill hopes propane crisis sparks railway repair – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jul 3, 2018 By Kelly Geraldine Malone THE CANADIAN PRESS CHURCHILL, Man. _ People in Churchill wrapped up in scarves and mittens as they walked down the streets of the northern Manitoba community over the weekend, but despite the weather many homes maintained the chill inside. Churchill is critically low on propane _ […]

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Vale introduces three new scholarships for Indigenous graduates – Thompson Citizen

June 29, 2018 Right in the middle of graduation season, Vale Manitoba Operations introduced a trio of new scholarships in order to give high school students from Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, Pimicikamak Cree Nation and the Métis nation a helping hand. Ryan Land, manager of corporate affairs for Vale Manitoba Operations, said these new financial aids […]

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In the news today, June 29 – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 29, 2018  Five stories in the news for Friday, June 29 ___ DOUG FORD TO BE SWORN IN AS ONTARIO PREMIER The Doug Ford era officially begins today in Ontario. He will be sworn in as premier about three weeks after leading his Progressive Conservatives to a sweeping victory in the provincial […]

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Neechi Commons to close due to $3.9M debt, board says – CBC

North End Indigenous grocer owes millions in loans, announced financial troubles in summer 2017 Jun 29, 2018 Mounting debt has forced an Indigenous-owned grocer, restaurant and gallery space in North Point Douglas to close its doors, a member of its board says. Neechi Commons says its Main Street building will close at the end of […]

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Manitoba man charged with murder in case of missing Alberta Indigenous woman – CTV

June 29, 2018 DESMARAIS, Alta. — RCMP have charged a man with second-degree murder after the remains of an Indigenous woman from northern Alberta were found in Manitoba nearly three years after she disappeared. Gloria Gladue, 44, was last seen in Wabasca, Alta., in October 2015 and reported missing by her family a month later. […]

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Health ministers meet in Winnipeg to talk over cannabis, pharmacare – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Jun 28, 2018  By Steve Lambert THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ Provincial and territorial health ministers say they are interested in exploring a national pharmacare program and other initiatives _ but only if the federal government pays its share. At the end of the first day of their annual meeting, several health ministers […]

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Remains of missing Indigenous woman found in Manitoba: family – APTN News

June 28, 2018 The daughter of an Indigenous woman who went missing from Alberta in 2015 says her mother’s remains have been found in Manitoba. Gloria Gladue, 44, disappeared from the Wabasca area, approximately 330 kilometres north of Edmonton, in October 2015. “This is not the outcome me and my family wanted,” daughter Nicole Gladue-Weesemat […]

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Winnipeg’s Inuit Art Centre a world first – Journal Of Commerce

June 28, 2018 Work has begun on a major new cultural development in downtown Winnipeg. In late May, the ceremonial shovels hit the ground to launch construction of the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s (WAG) $65-million Inuit Art Centre. The WAG has the world’s largest collection of Inuit art. The new Inuit Art Centre, adjacent to the […]

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