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Labour protesters jeer Manitoba premier

WINNIPEG — Labour protesters briefly disrupted proceedings inside the Manitoba legislature Wednesday as they shouted and jeered at Premier Brian Pallister over a proposed law on union certification. 414 more words


Hundreds attend candlelight vigil to honour Orlando shooting victims

WINNIPEG —  A Winnipeg community held a candlelight vigil Monday night in a show of solidarity with the victims of the Orlando, Florida mass shooting. 364 more words


Urban Cottage Getaway ❧ Winnipeg, June 2016

This past week I had the opportunity to travel to Winnipeg, Manitoba for a few days for a girlfriend getaway with a dear friend. Why Winnipeg? 1,834 more words


Manitoba's new government aiming for 'most improved province'

WINNIPEG — With a warning that Manitoba is facing “significant fiscal challenge”, the newly elected Progressive Conservative government unveiled it’s agenda for 2016 Monday afternoon. 254 more words


Manitoba's Conservative gives first throne speech

WINNIPEG – Fresh off last month’s historic election win, Manitoba’s new Progressive Conservative government is expected to have something of a cakewalk in a legislature session that starts Monday. 482 more words


Pairs: Statues Covered in Snow

Winter finally hit Winnipeg….. a few weeks late…and brought with it, some lovely, fluffy snow. All I can say is that I am glad we have a snow service guy who comes and cleans our driveway and sidewalks! 112 more words


Manitoba premier warns of opposition during state-of-the-province address

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger’s annual state-of-the-province address Tuesday was his last before next April’s election and had a decided campaign-style tone.

Selinger touted his NDP government’s increased spending to about 1,000 people at a business luncheon and warned that the Progressive Conservatives and Liberals would hurt the economy and cancel flood-prevention projects. 457 more words