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What the Prairie is Teaching me Through Gardening

What the Prairie is Teaching me Through Gardening

By Lourdes Still I moved to Canada 11 years ago and I can still vividly remember my first impression – how sweet the smell of Spring air was! I had plans when I decided

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TFC Canadian Multiculturalism Day program

TFC Canadian Multiculturalism Day program

It was a beautiful surprise this past May when I received a message via Instagram asking me to perform on a television special for TFC (The Filipino Channel) to celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day on

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Canada and the Philippines have a Special Relationship

Canada and the Philippines have a Special Relationship

June 12 marked the 122nd anniversary of Philippine Independence, and June 2020 is the the second annual Philippine Heritage Month here in Canada. From the first day I was elected in 1988, I have

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Cropo Funeral Chapel has proudly been serving Winnipeg’s multi-cultural heritage since 1957

Cropo Funeral Chapel has proudly been serving Winnipeg’s multi-cultural heritage since 1957

At the time of death there are many decisions to be made. These decisions should reflect the beliefs and values of the surviving family as well as their loved one who has passed. These

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Province releases Final Plan for Third Phase of Restoring Services Safely

Province releases Final Plan for Third Phase of Restoring Services Safely

Efforts of ‘Team Manitoba’ Enable Further Reopening of Businesses, Communities on June 21: Pallister **Following feedback from the public, the Manitoba government is releasing its plan to further ease public health restrictions and continue

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Province Expands $120-Million Risk Recognition Program

Province Expands $120-Million Risk Recognition Program

Additional Front-line Workers to be Compensated For Risks Taken during COVID-19 Pandemic: Fielding Based on additional input from stakeholders, the Manitoba government is expanding its $120-million Risk Recognition program to include more front-line workers

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The Show will Go On – Virtually The Forks Announces Canada Day Virtual Presented by Canada Life

The Show will Go On – Virtually The Forks Announces Canada Day Virtual Presented by Canada Life

Hour Long Show Features Diverse Mix of Local Talent to Celebrate Canada’s 153rd Birthday Winnipeg, MB – The Forks and Canada Life have teamed up to celebrate Canada Day in a way they had

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Province increasing investment to $5.7 Million for Canada-Manitoba job grants in 2020-21

Province increasing investment to $5.7 Million for Canada-Manitoba job grants in 2020-21

Program Provides Essential Training Supports to Help Employers with Post-Pandemic Recovery: Eichler The province is making an increased investment of $5.7 million in the Canada-Manitoba Job Grant program this year to better assist businesses

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Mental Health Virtual Therapy Program – Now Available

Mental Health Virtual Therapy Program – Now Available

Help when you need it. Where you need it. AbilitiCBT is a new mental health virtual therapy program now available to Manitobans ages 16+. Sign up and be guided by a professional therapist to

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Manitoba Hospitals and Health Centres set to reopen

Manitoba Hospitals and Health Centres set to reopen

Manitoba hospitals and health centres will be restoring visitor access for patients as part of Manitoba’s Phase Two reopening, announced by Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Cameron Friesen. The gradual easing of visitor

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