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Honouring Manitoba 150 Heroes

Honouring Manitoba 150 Heroes

Junel Malapad Winnipeg Snow, rain, or shine: Running 50 kilometres, 50 times in 2020 Written by Red River College student: Emily Hart Donation made to Rossbrook House For Junel Malapad, running started as a

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Filipino Canadian National Congress

Filipino Canadian National Congress

Filipino Canadian National Congress was conceptualized, planned for, and organized in 2020. The not-for-profit organization with Corporation Number 1268111-1 with registered address in Ontario, currently has 13 members of Board of Directors composed of

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The Manitoba Home Movie Archive re-opens, with support from Safe at Home Manitoba

The Manitoba Home Movie Archive re-opens, with support from Safe at Home Manitoba

The Gimli Film Festival (GFF) is excited to re-launch the Manitoba Home Movie Archive, through which Manitobans can now register to have their old home movies transferred to digital for free! This second intake

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Winnipeg Jets Quarterly Report

Winnipeg Jets Quarterly Report

Ryan Reyes

With just a hair over a quarter of the NHL season completed the Winnipeg Jets find themselves sitting in 3rd place in the North Division with a record of 9 wins, 5 loses and

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COVID-19 VACCINE BULLETIN #40

COVID-19 VACCINE BULLETIN #40

On March 5, two new immunization super sites will launch – one in Selkirk and the other in Morden-Winkler area. These sites will deliver vaccine to eligible Manitobans and also serve as a distribution

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Trump’s ‘Day of Resurrection’

Trump’s ‘Day of Resurrection’

Perry Diaz

Just when QAnon conspiracy theories were debunked, a new theory is building up and is gathering acceptance among those who believe in Trumpism. Ex-President Donald Trump who had been replaced by President Joe Biden

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Return of Old PUJ Routes in Cebu City Deferred due to Rise in New Cases

Return of Old PUJ Routes in Cebu City Deferred due to Rise in New Cases

The continuous spike of Covid-19 cases in Cebu City has prompted the Jeepney Task Force to approve the move for NO additional routes of traditional public utility jeepneys in the city. Task force head

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Auring to Intensify into Tropical Depression

Auring to Intensify into Tropical Depression

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) has given warning that tropical depression Auring may escalate into a tropical storm before making landfall at Caraga. Wednesday night has seen the typhoon to

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Taal Island Residents Ordered to Evacuate due to Volcano’s Increased Activity

Taal Island Residents Ordered to Evacuate due to Volcano’s Increased Activity

Residents in Taal Volcano Island were given orders to evacuate by Batangas officials last February 16 due to a slight increase of activity. According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHILVOCS), Taal

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Philippines among China’s Priority List for Covid-19 Vaccines

Philippines among China’s Priority List for Covid-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are set to arrive in the country within this month; thereby, making its arrival ahead of the COVAX vaccines promised by the World Health Organization. According to presidential spokesperson, Harry Roque, the

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