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Morden to offer Internet as service to residents

MORDEN — The City of Morden will be the first in Canada to offer city-wide high-speed internet as a service to residents.

Morenet will be a community-owned internet service provider that is owned by the city, which will provide Internet to residents at no additional cost. 392 more words

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The Rum Runner Turns Six!

Hello all my loyal readers (all 2.5 of you)! It would appear I forgot my birthday yesterday. On April 4th, 2012, I wrote my first post as the Rum Runner. 304 more words


City hall building web page to detail potential major construction projects

The city will soon unveil a new web page that updates Winnipeggers on key capital priorities for which council has yet to find funding.

Council’s executive policy committee passed a motion Tuesday that calls for a “Major Capital Projects – Not Funded For Construction” page, which doesn’t require further approval. 79 more words

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Federal-provincial cooperation improves lives of Manitobans

Earlier this month, I stood on a stage at the Millennium Library in Winnipeg with federal Innovation, Science and Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains to announce a joint $63 million project to bring overdue broadband access to people living in Northern, rural and remote Manitoba communities – a transformative project that will lift limits and alter future prospects. 580 more words

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Alleged social media threats against Winnipeg-area schools spark police response

The RCMP has arrested a male teenager after he posted alleged threats on social media against people and schools in Winnipeg and in nearby Selkirk. 109 more words

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