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  • FRIESEN: Bombers’ Bighill out to prove it all over again
    par Paul Friesen le 24/07/2021 à 1:04

    There were always going to be Blue Bomber veterans who needed a break from Camp O’Shea this year. That was the plan going in. Knocking the rust off from some 20 months of inactivity takes it toll on the long of tooth. At the first sign of a pull or a tweak, they’re pulled off

  • Jets go for talented centre Chaz Lucius with 18th overall pick in NHL draft
    par Ted Wyman le 24/07/2021 à 1:03

    Moments after the Winnipeg Jets selected centre Chaz Lucius in the first round of the NHL Draft Friday night, analysts started comparing him to winger Kyle Connor. Asked about that a few minutes later, the 18-year-old didn’t disagree. “Mark Scheifele and Kyle Connor are two guys I […]

  • Letters: July 24, 2021
    par Mark Hamm le 24/07/2021 à 10:17

    Reopen Manitoba already According to Johanu Botha, Manitoba is the most vaccinated province in Canada. Unfortunately, we also lead the country with punitive restrictions. Though fewer residents are vaccinated in B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan they are nonetheless open with no mask mandate. Our […]

  • ZWAAGSTRA: Misinformation should be refuted, not censored
    par Mark Hamm le 23/07/2021 à 10:58

    More than 500 years ago, Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press revolutionized the world of letters. Instead of having to painstakingly copy books by hand, books could be printed by the thousands. The very first book that came off Gutenberg’s printing press was the Bible. This made Bibles […]

  • Manitoba reports three deaths, 41 new cases Friday
    par Glen Dawkins le 23/07/2021 à 10:55

    Manitoba public health officials announced three deaths in people with COVID-19 and 41 new cases on Friday. All three of the deaths were linked to variants of concern. The deaths of a woman in her 60s from Prairie Mountain Health and another woman in her 60s from Winnipeg were linked to the B.1.1.7 […]

  • Most of Canada’s 370 Olympic athletes don’t have loved ones with them in Tokyo. The few who do — are coached by their parents
    par Postmedia News le 23/07/2021 à 10:38

    TOKYO — These final tune-ups are crucial, so you won’t see many athletes or coaches answering a call during a training session at the Olympic Games. This was an exception. Skylar Park, a rising star in taekwondo and a could-be medal contender for Team Canada at Tokyo 2020, was busy […]

  • City councillor jousts with Mayor over staff salaries
    par James Snell le 23/07/2021 à 10:01

    Winnipeg City Councillor Janice Lukes (Waverley West) jousted with Mayor Brian Bowman over staff salaries during question period at Thursday’s meeting of council. Lukes, along with other Winnipeg city councillors, receives $84,924 annually to cover the cost of an executive assistant and all […]

  • Canada and Manitoba invest $212.8 million to upgrade the north end sewage plant
    par James Snell le 23/07/2021 à 9:55

    Representatives from federal, provincial and city governments gathered at Winnipeg’s North End Sewage Treatment Plant (NESTP) on Friday to announce a $212.8 million investment in the site’s phase one headworks facility upgrade. The province is contributing $96.7 million, while the […]

  • Feds, province announce new child-care spaces for Winnipeg
    par Glen Dawkins le 23/07/2021 à 9:50

    Manitoba families will soon benefit from 108 additional child-care spaces at two new child-care centres opening soon in St. Boniface and the North End, it was announced Thursday. “Our government is committed to ensuring families in our province have access to quality affordable […]

  • Manitoba cabinet minister hints at trouble with premier’s remarks on Canadian history
    par Canadian Press le 23/07/2021 à 8:50

    A Manitoba cabinet minister, saying she cannot support remarks if they add to the hurt of traumatized people, has distanced herself slightly from Premier Brian Pallister’s comments on Canadian history. Conservation and Climate Minister Sarah Guillemard was asked Friday for her reaction to […]

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