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Vickar Automotive Group donates $23,150 to Canadian Cancer Society

Vickar Automotive Group donates $23,150 to Canadian Cancer Society

Vickar Automotive Group is proud to have partnered up and sponsored the Canadian Cancer Society Drive Pink initiative in October in support of the fight against Breast Cancer. A donation was made from the

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Laine makes hockey history with 5-goal game performance

Laine makes hockey history with 5-goal game performance

It took seven years before another five goal game in the NHL history took place last November 24 when Winnipeg Jets’ Patrick Laine scores 5 out of the team’s 8-goal win against St. Louis

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Health Matters with Dra. Denise – Cannabis:  The Low-Down on Getting High (part 2)

Health Matters with Dra. Denise – Cannabis: The Low-Down on Getting High (part 2)

Effects on the Lungs Chronic, frequent cannabis smoking causes toxic by-products (similar to those in tobacco cigarettes) to be released and inhaled. Using cannabis and tobacco together increases the risk of developing lung disease

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Canad Inns Winter Wonderland opens annual lights display

Canad Inns Winter Wonderland opens annual lights display

The annual lights display of Canad Inns Winter Wonderland was turned on Friday, Nov. 30 at 6 p.m. at Red River Exhibition Park. The lights will be on and the Park open every night

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Jets tough to beat at home!

Jets tough to beat at home!

In a recent NHL Players Poll, Bell MTS Centre, the home of our beloved Winnipeg Jets tied for 2nd place as the toughest rink to play in. Bell MTS Place shared the second position

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Health Matters with Dra. Denise – Cannabis:  The Low-Down on Getting High (part 1)

Health Matters with Dra. Denise – Cannabis: The Low-Down on Getting High (part 1)

Kumusta kayo! Let’s talk about cannabis, aka damo, joots, chongki, maryjane, tiririt, greta, pito pito, doobie, etc. Why so many Filipino terms? Well, according to Wikipedia, it is the second most used drug in

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Dean’s Lecture: Feb 26

Dean’s Lecture: Feb 26

Consider how to adapt to the legalization of cannabis at the next session of The Dean’s Lecture Series 2018-2019: Legal Cannabis: Determining Fitness to Work and Fitness to Learn, on Feb. 26 from 12:15

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Variety Manitoba Recognizes Sobeys Inc. with prestigious International Award

Variety Manitoba Recognizes Sobeys Inc. with prestigious International Award

The Children’s Charity of Manitoba is pleased to announce that Sobeys Inc. is a recipient of the prestigious 2018 Variety International Corporate Award which recognizes corporations who demonstrate the highest level of support for

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NEW: Safe Foods for Canadians Regulations

NEW: Safe Foods for Canadians Regulations

The new Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) will come into force on January 15, 2019. These regulations are a major step forward in safeguarding Canada’s food system. Suzanne Lane, Senior Compliance Officer, Canadian

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Executive Policy Committee to Focus on Positioning Winnipeg for Growth While Maintaining Fiscal Discipline

Executive Policy Committee to Focus on Positioning Winnipeg for Growth While Maintaining Fiscal Discipline

Positioning Winnipeg for growth while maintaining fiscal discipline will be the focus of the newly appointed Executive Policy Committee (EPC), Mayor Brian Bowman announced today. “Over the last four years, I have been working

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