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Glenn Friesen, CEO of Steinbach Credit Union, was contacted by a humanist group over an employeei 1 2s political activities.
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At a recent screening of A.K.A. Doc Pomus at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, N.C., Will Hechter, the film's co-director, looked around and noticed that the majority of his fellow filmmakers tended to be in their early 20s.
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It was dubbed the "deal with the devil," one that could see a notorious Canadian pedophile set free following his latest crimes against two young Prairie boys.
In a spirited defence of his government's budget plan to raise the provincial sales tax later this year, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger said the move was necessary to protect the core services of health care and education.
The company, which already had installed an onion packing line in recent years, has added a 20,000-square-foot potato repack and bagging operation in Big Lake, Minn., and is opening a tomato packing facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in June.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says it is "extremely worrisome" that there was a systematic approach to interfering in the right to vote in the robocall scandal.
CN Rail announced a major new training facility to be built at the Transcona Yards, as well as a future plant to be constructed in Chicago, Ill.
Manitoba Conservatives opened a new battlefront in their attack on Bill 20 in the legislature Wednesday while their leader continued to snipe at it in the community.
The Nashville Predators signed Brendan Leipsic, last years third-round pick to a three-year, entry level contract.
The fate of a former Manitoba police chief remains up in the air more than a year after his criminal trial ended.
An honour song is performed ahead of the opening of Winnipeg's first urban reserve by Long Plain First Nation on Thursday.
Two people were killed in a crash involving car and a semi trailer hauling hogs at the intersection of Highways 1 and 16 Wednesday afternoon.
As the federal Conservatives continue to hand out fiscal marching orders to government departments, the ongoing cuts to national programs and services are taking a tremendous toll on Brandon and western Manitoba.
A former grocer thinks downtown Winnipeg has few grocery options because there are still too few people living downtown and the ones that do have a variety of demands.
Fred Penner performs during a tribute to Nick Ternette at the West End Cultural Centre in April 2013.