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Calia Pacle is 2019 Skills Manitoba’s Best High School Baker

Calia Pacle is 2019 Skills Manitoba’s Best High School Baker

2019 Skills Manitoba was once again held last April 11, 2019 at Red River College. Out of the 475 students from different levels and 42 skilled trades and technology contest, Calia Pacle, a student

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From the Legislature

From the Legislature

The month of May is going by quickly and I wanted to use this opportunity to share an upcoming event, with all of you! Who: Our community, everyone is invited! What: Opportunity to celebrate

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MPs Mihychuk & Lamoureux Recreate 1919 Soup Kitchen to celebrate 100th Anniversary of General Strike & Ukrainian Labor Temple

MPs Mihychuk & Lamoureux Recreate 1919 Soup Kitchen to celebrate 100th Anniversary of General Strike & Ukrainian Labor Temple

When: Saturday May 18, 2019/1 pm to 4 pm Where: Ukrainian Labour Temple, 591 Pritchard Avenue In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike and the Ukrainian Labour Temple, Kevin Lamoureux,

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QPAM’s Mayuhan brings the best from Quezonians

QPAM’s Mayuhan brings the best from Quezonians

Known as the province of many festivals, the Quezon Province Association of Manitoba (QPAM) under the presidency of Maggie Chan-Urbano will bring the Mayuhan festival with Jhun and Jhuli Manzanilla, as the Hermana and

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Nominate deserving Filipino-Canadians

Nominate deserving Filipino-Canadians

Nominate deserving Filipino-Canadians – Deadline: May 3rd Make your nominations today! https://goo.gl/forms/yRDDMNwJUEYae32z2 Do you know of any individual and/or group that have made a significant contribution to our Filipino-Canadian community here in Winnipeg, Manitoba?

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From the Manitoba Legislature

From the Manitoba Legislature

Cindy Lamoureux, MLA | cindy@gocindy.ca When I was first elected back in 2016, I made a commitment to be available and accessible between elections. Like my father, I made the decision to make time

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Jets Feeling the Blues

Jets Feeling the Blues

Out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs The Winnipeg Jets post season hopes were dashed in Game 6 as the St. Louis Blues won the series 4-2. The Jets were unable to win at home

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Canada faces Nigeria in Winnipeg Tune-Up Games

Canada faces Nigeria in Winnipeg Tune-Up Games

After 20 years Winnipeg got the chance to host an international basketball competition, this time featuring the Senior Men’s National Team playing against Nigeria. Canada Basketball announced Monday that the game will be played

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Wolseley Watch Launched Spring Patrolling

Wolseley Watch Launched Spring Patrolling

Wolseley Watch, the newest neighbourhood patrolling group, launched its spring patrolling on April 3rd. 204 Neighbourhood Watch mentored Wolseley Watch and helped the latter with patrolling logistics such as vests, gloves, etc. 204 Neighbourhood

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The Call of the Mountains

The Call of the Mountains

by Ellen Natividad-Gomez No search of Canada’s Attractions would be complete without the iconic images of Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. I remember going through every picture and wondering if these places are as

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