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Managing our child’s temperament

Managing our child’s temperament

PARENTING ARTICLE By: Kim Bedona-Padua Having 3 boys and understanding temperament brings a little sanity to my life. Knowing their reaction to a situation helps me navigate through their emotions. My oldest has a

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Save Manitoba Restaurants

Save Manitoba Restaurants

Every time you order take-out, pick-up/curbside directly you support our restaurant industry and put every possible dollar back into their business. Thank you for supporting your favourite restaurants. PS. If you have a digital

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New Age-specific Martial Arts Classes can provide Children with a Positive Light at the End of the Tunnel

New Age-specific Martial Arts Classes can provide Children with a Positive Light at the End of the Tunnel

Research has proven those children who do not participate in childhood activities that enhance their physical, emotional, intellectual, and social stages of development tend to fall behind those who do, which means their chance

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Canada announces 2021-2023 Immigration Levels Plan to help in economic recovery

Canada announces 2021-2023 Immigration Levels Plan to help in economic recovery

Last October 30, 2020, the Honourable Marco Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, tabled the 2021?2023 Immigration Levels Plan today, which sets out a path for responsible increases to immigration targets to help

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Imagine Van Gogh extended until November 30

Imagine Van Gogh extended until November 30

Due to increase in demand, Imagine Van Gogh, the Immersive Exhibition from Europe that is currently showing at the RBC Convention Centre is extended until November 30 while it reduces its capacity in response

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Public Health Orders for Licensed Premises

Public Health Orders for Licensed Premises

Effective Wednesday, October 7, 2020 • Tables and seating are at least two-metres apart between people sitting at different tables or a non-permeable barrier, and are able to maintain separation of at least two-meters,

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COVID ALERT APP LAUNCHED IN MANITOBA

COVID ALERT APP LAUNCHED IN MANITOBA

The Health Canada COVID Alert app is now available to Manitoba residents and will provide digital COVID-19 exposure alerts once the app is downloaded to a smartphone, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Cameron

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Gem Anis appointed to MDA

Gem Anis appointed to MDA

Gem M. Anis, the Filipino Journal “Travel” columnist, has been appointed by the Ministry of Health, Seniors and Active Living, Province of Manitoba, for a term of three years as a public representative for

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Former Winnipeg community leader wins RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

Former Winnipeg community leader wins RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

Former Winnipegger and community leader Jean Guiang-Santoro is awarded as one of RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrants. She organized FIDWAM or Filipino Domestic Workers Association of Manitoba that has been advancing the rights of

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Tita Jokes Featured at FemFest 2020

Tita Jokes Featured at FemFest 2020

In just two weeks, local audiences will enjoy diverse talent from across Canada during the eighteenth annual FemFest. The festival, which runs from September 19 – 26, features local talent and nationally-regarded theatre artists

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