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Winnipeg Emperors sending two squads to the Asian Hockey Championships in Toronto

Winnipeg Emperors sending two squads to the Asian Hockey Championships in Toronto

Asian hockey is growing in Winnipeg and having the Winnipeg Jets back in town is certainly fuelling it’s growth. In 2011, the Winnipeg Emperors flew down to Toronto with one squad to compete in

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Budget 2012: Thousands More Youth To Have Access To Successful Role-Model Programs

Budget 2012: Thousands More Youth To Have Access To Successful Role-Model Programs

Mentoring Key to Success: Selinger Thousands more Manitoba youth will have the opportunity to connect with positive role models through new funding announced in Budget 2012 for innovative programs that provide young people with

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Minister Kenney Announces Proposed Plan to Expedite Skilled Workers’ Transition from Temporary to Permanent Residence

Minister Kenney Announces Proposed Plan to Expedite Skilled Workers’ Transition from Temporary to Permanent Residence

Winnipeg, April 16, 2012 — To meet Canada’s labour market needs more quickly, highly-skilled temporary foreign workers could soon transition to permanent residence faster than before, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced

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More than 2,000 devotees participate Good Friday’s Public Way of the Cross

More than 2,000 devotees participate Good Friday’s Public Way of the Cross

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Archdiocese of Winnipeg’s Public Way of the Cross last Good Friday, close to more than 2,000 Christian devotees joined the annual public display of their faith. This year’s

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Post-Secondary Education Continues to be a Focus of this Conservative Government, Bruinooge

Post-Secondary Education Continues to be a Focus of this Conservative Government, Bruinooge

Winnipeg, Manitoba, March 29, 2012 — The Conservative Government today presented the 2012 federal budget and once again provided strong support for research, education and training. “Our Government continues to support Canadian Universities and

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Jets playoff dreams dashed in inaugural season

Jets playoff dreams dashed in inaugural season

March madness was not so kind to the Winnipeg Jets. In the last game of the month against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Winnipeg Jets were officially eliminated from playoff contention in a 3-2

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Harper Government to help Canadian Businesses Become Innovation Leaders

Harper Government to help Canadian Businesses Become Innovation Leaders

Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 2, 2012—The success of A.C. Dispensing Equipment Inc. and the government’s plan for innovation in Economic Action Plan 2012 were highlighted today by the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State

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Canada warns against Immigration Fraud

Canada warns against Immigration Fraud

Ottawa, 26 March 2012 – Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Competition Bureau are joining together during Fraud Prevention Month to warn potential immigrants to be wary of websites claiming to be, or

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Jets March Madness Continues Fighting for the playoffs

Jets March Madness Continues Fighting for the playoffs

In the first half of March, the Winnipeg Jets dominated at MTS Centre with four wins which included a critical game against the Washington Capitals at MTS Centre on Friday, March 16. The Winnipeg

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American Lampkin helpin’ feed indigent Filipino children

American Lampkin helpin’ feed indigent Filipino children

California, USA-based Michael David Lampkin celebrates his birthday in a selfless way. Rather than spending money to host a party for his family and friends, he instead donated an amount to the Feeding Program

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