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Manitoba Liberal calls for ban on talk about Kinew's past in legislature

A Manitoba politician wants to ban members of the Tory government from discussing Opposition NDP Leader Wab Kinew‘s criminal convictions and other brushes with the law inside the… 428 more words

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Manitoba Liberal apologizes for saying paralyzing crash was a 'gift'

A Manitoba politician is apologizing for saying a highway crash that left one of her colleagues a quadriplegic was a gift.

Judy Klassen, a Liberal legislature member, made the remark to former MP… 101 more words

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Thousands march through downtown Sunday at Winnipeg Pride Parade

Downtown Winnipeg was taken over by the colours of the rainbow on Sunday afternoon.

Thousands of people marched through the streets for the 31st annual Winnipeg Pride Parade. 451 more words

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Manitoba Boundaries Commission proposes changes to all 57 ridings, adding one to Winnipeg

Winnipeg could be getting another riding in the next provincial election.

In its interim 2018 report, the Manitoba Boundaries Commission outlines changes to all 57 existing electoral divisions in the province. 351 more words

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Conservatives take next step in battle with Manitoba unions

The Manitoba government has appointed a commissioner to oversee the forced merger of many of the province’s health-care union bargaining units.

Robert Pruden, a former director of labour relations, is to guide the 18-month process of cutting the number of units across the province from more than 180 to a few dozen. 142 more words

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Pot rules, penalties in line with tobacco, alcohol: Manitoba ministers

The province has issued new legislation surrounding where Manitobans will be able to smoke marijuana and how it will protect against drug impaired driving.

Bill-25 was introduced by Health Minister Kelvin Goertzen and will prohibit smoking and vaping cannabis in outdoor public spaces, including: 312 more words

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5-step plan unveiled to address harassment in Manitoba work places

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has announced new initiatives aimed at addressing workplace harassment in government positions.

RELATED: #Me Too? Manitoba employees have a right to harassment-free workplaces… 445 more words

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