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Masonic symbols, hieroglyphs hidden in 'Da Vinci Code' legislature

WINNIPEG – The seat of political power in Manitoba is the last place one might expect to find the bust of Medusa, recurring odes to “666” and the number 13, alongside Egyptian sphinxes etched with hieroglyphs. 1,022 more words

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Manitoba construction signs are partisan, Conservatives say

WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s Opposition leader is accusing the NDP government of using taxpayer-funded road construction signs for partisan electioneering.

The signs, which bear the slogan “Steady growth, good jobs,” have popped up beside many construction sites. 196 more words

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Credit-rating agency Moody's worries about Manitoba debt

WINNIPEG – A major credit-rating agency has downgraded its outlook for the Manitoba government’s finances and raised new doubts about the NDP’s promise to balance the books by 2016. 333 more words

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Louis Riel- Are Two Statues Better Than One?

Louis Riel’s important role in the history of our city and province is recognized in a new music video by Winnipeg’s own Royal Canoe featuring Exodus of the Year- my favorite song by the band. 374 more words

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Manitoba raising wages for support workers

WINNIPEG – Some Manitoba support workers will be getting a raise.

The provincial government says it is boosting funding by $6 million over three years for agencies that offer residential services for adults with intellectual disabilities. 54 more words

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Days 416 & 417 Winnipeg

We left Churchill yesterday, Dan reluctant to leave his people (I’ve decided to call beluga whales “his people” since he loves them so much) and me bolting out the door, eager to get back to a city where it’s safe to walk outside after dusk.   644 more words

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The Manitoba Legislature: A beacon of the occult?

Frank Albo theorizes the legislature of Manitoba, a province in Canada, is a “beacon of the occult.” While many scoff at the notion, through years of research Albo collected evidence showing the building, which houses the provincial government in the city of Winnipeg, is not your typical building. 656 more words

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