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Chief of Police’s Youngest Recruit

Chief of Police’s Youngest Recruit

Thanks to the Winnipeg Police Service, Rainbow Society Dream Child, Nicole was sworn-in as a Police Officer for the Day. Her first duty: representing the Winnipeg Police by riding in a police car in

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The Three Amigos – injustice and why youth should care

The Three Amigos – injustice and why youth should care

by Johsa Manzanilla It’s been in the papers and on the radio, and your parents and family have probably mentioned it in conversations. The “Three Amigos,” three fathers who came to Canada on temporary

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‘Embracing Cultural Diversity’ at RHC

‘Embracing Cultural Diversity’ at RHC

Riverview Health Centre (RHC)–a Winnipeg facility that supports progressive programming for patients and residents in hospital and personal care home units, as well as in outpatient and community programs–is acknowledging the fact that its

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Government of Canada helping foreign-trained health care professionals get jobs

Government of Canada helping foreign-trained health care professionals get jobs

Canada’s Economic Action Plan helps new Canadians get work in their professions OTTAWA, ON – The Government of Canada is funding four projects that will help foreign-trained health care practitioners find jobs in their

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Philippine Consular Team in Winnipeg on November 27-28

Philippine Consular Team in Winnipeg on November 27-28

The Philippine Consulate General in Toronto would like to inform the public that a Consular Team will be in Winnipeg, Manitoba for consular outreach program on Saturday, 27 November and Sunday, 28 November 2010

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Para maging Bayani

Para maging Bayani

by: Pastor Junie Josue Paano ba ang maging bayani sa mata ng Diyos? Ito ang sabi ni apostol Pablo sa mga kapwa niya Kristyano na mababasa sa biblia sa aklat ng Pilipos 2:3 “Huwag

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Arctic, the last frontier of the globe

Arctic, the last frontier of the globe

by Bob Gabuna NUNAVUT – I was “absent” for quite a long while in column writing. The reason is not I turned lethargic in writing; rather, I do not have anymore the material when

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Winnipeg North Votes: Kevin Lamoureaux – Liberal

Winnipeg North Votes: Kevin Lamoureaux – Liberal

1. Why did you decide to run as a candidate for Winnipeg North? I chose to run in Winnipeg North because it’s the place I call home. I want to be Member of Parliament

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Winnipeg North Votes: Kevin Chief – NDP

Winnipeg North Votes: Kevin Chief – NDP

1. Why did you decide to run as a candidate for Winnipeg North? My decision to run as a candidate for Winnipeg North has been mostly motivated by a deep respect for our community.

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Winnipeg North Votes: Julie Javier – Conservatives

Winnipeg North Votes: Julie Javier – Conservatives

1. Why did you decide to run as a candidate for Winnipeg North? I have a history of activism and involvement in community affairs and with a variety of ethnic groups. I am aware

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