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MB Government: COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin #78

May 14, 2021 Young people aged 12 and up are now eligible to book their first-dose appointments. To make the visit as easy as possible, young people aged 12 to 15 can either attend the appointment with a parent, guardian or caregiver, or bring a signed consent form at the time of their appointment. If […]

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Non-Indigenous Manitobans should not go to urban Indigenous vaccine clinics: province – CTV News

May 14, 2021 WINNIPEG — Manitoba health officials are asking non-Indigenous Manitobans to not attend urban Indigenous clinics to get their COVID-19 vaccine. On Friday, Dr. Joss Reimer, medical lead for Manitoba’s Vaccine Implementation Task Force, said these clinics were specifically created to increase accessibility and provide culturally safe spaces for First Nations (both status […]

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Manitoba Expands Pfizer Vaccine Eligibility to Young People Aged 12 to 17

May 14, 2021 Young People Can Begin Booking Appointments Today to Protect Themselves Against COVID-19: Ministers Manitoba is becoming one of the first jurisdictions in the country to allow young people aged 12 to 17 to book their Pfizer vaccine appointment, with the goal of protecting even more people, families and communities from the third […]

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Province of Manitoba and Manitoba Hydro Damage Indigenous Lands with Unilateral Licencing Policy Decision for the Churchill River Diversion Project, Honour of the Crown at Stake

WINNIPEG, MB, May 14, 2021  – O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation, Treaty 5: The Summit of Treaty Five Sovereign Nations comprising of 40 First Nations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario will stand with the Treaty 5 First Nations and individual Treaty 5 holders who will be adversely impacted by the issuance of a permanent licence for Churchill […]

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University of Winnipeg: Celebrating Indigenous graduates virtually

May 14, 2021 The University of Winnipeg is celebrating Indigenous graduates with a special virtual convocation on Wednesday, June 9. Thanks to the incredible work of Jeffrey Booth, Randy White, and Tim Coughlan at the Aboriginal Student Services Centre, there will be a pre-recorded ceremony in lieu of the annual Spring Pow Wow. “We are […]

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Urban vaccine clinics providing much needed services for Indigenous Peoples in Winnipeg – APTN News

May 13, 2021 Each day at the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata centre’s vaccine clinic begins in a good way with the smudging of the day’s vaccine supply and a morning prayer with the dozens of employees who work there. Ma Mawi is one of the community organizations in the province operating an urban Indigenous […]

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Statement from Conservation and Climate Minister Sarah Guillemard on Final Licences for Churchill River Diversion, Lake Winnipeg Regulation and Jenpeg Generating Station

Today, Manitoba Conservation and Climate issued the final licences to Manitoba Hydro for the Churchill River Diversion, Lake Winnipeg Regulation and Jenpeg Generating Station. The province has undertaken rigorous and decade-long consultations with the Indigenous communities affected. As a direct result of concerns raised, Manitoba Hydro will be held to multiple licence and non-licence conditions […]

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High Tide Commences Trading on Consolidated Basis

CALGARY, May 13, 2021  – High Tide Inc. (“High Tide” or the “Company”) (TSXV: HITI) (OTCQB: HITID) (FRA:2LY), a retail-focused cannabis corporation enhanced by the manufacturing and distribution of consumption accessories, is pleased to announce that further to its press releases dated May 12, 2021, all of its issued and outstanding common shares (“Common Shares”) […]

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APTN names new board chairperson

APTN names new board chairperson Winnipeg, Man. — APTN welcomes Julie Grenier as the newly appointed chairperson of its board of directors, succeeding Jocelyn Formsma, who will continue to serve as a board member. Grenier is from Kuujjuaq, a small community in Nunavik, northern Quebec. She is the director general of Taqramiut Nipingat Inc. (TNI), a regional television and radio producer in Nunavik and a […]

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Social media campaign aims to help young Indigenous Manitobans get vaccinated – Global News

May 13, 2021 With Manitoba lowering the minimum age down to 18 for a COVID-19 vaccine, the province is hiring prominent social media influencers to help spread the word and increase vaccinations, particularly among young Indigenous Manitobans. Comedian Sherry McKay is one of them, and is using her own story to convince young people — […]

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