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Winning Weather in Sept.
Lily Festival Holding On
Sopuck on RCMP Fur
Pallister Talks Promises
Minimum Wage Up to $10.70
Warmth Helps Harvest
Gov’t Spending Report
MPI Winter Tire Program
Struthers on Bipole Comments
PCs Discuss Bipole III
Lily Fest Public Meeting
Bag Up Manitoba Launched
Kin Club to ‘Paint Town Red’
10K Tickets Handed Out
Elderly Woman Robbed
Second Man Charged in Death
New Records Set
Lily Fest Needs Board Members
Provincial News
Museum Murals Donated
RCMP Pulls Books Support
MB Deficit Forecast
AMC on Welfare System
Terrorism Handbook Released
School Out of Commission
Man with MB Plates on Loose
Pumpkin Contest
Wpg Scientist to Congo
CMHR Opens
Drowning at St. Malo
Officer Memorial Held
Soldier Remains Identified
Elderly Woman Robbed
Payroll Employees
We Day Headliners
Tiger Attacked, Dies
DOPS Credit Card Charges
Abilities Manitoba Report
National News
Ebola in the U.S.
Growing Old Survey
Oldest Clown Dies
Porsche Catches Fire
NL Soccer Pitch to Open
Coroners Inquest to Start
Hikers Rescued from Volcano
Magnotta Trial to Start
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Winning Weather in Sept. Environment Canada says September’s weather was winner in Manitoba. The weather agency says provin ...(Full Story) Lily Festival Holding On Neepawa’s Lily Festival is holding on despite no board commitments at a public meeting earlier thi ...(Full Story) Sopuck on RCMP Fur Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette MP Robert Sopuck is happy that a decision by the RCMP to phase out the ...(Full Story) Pallister Talks Promises Manitoba’s NDP government is getting some flak for not spending all of the revenue it generated fr ...(Full Story) Minimum Wage Up to $10.70 Minimum-wage earners in Manitoba are earning a bit more starting today. Minimum wage increased to $ ...(Full Story) Warmth Helps Harvest Producers say the warm weather last week was good for harvesting. Provincial ag officials say good h ...(Full Story) Gov’t Spending Report A new report released today shows Manitoba''s government spent $844 million on core infrastructure l ...(Full Story) MPI Winter Tire Program Just in time for the snow to start flying, Manitoba Public Insurance is rolling out a winter tire fi ...(Full Story) Struthers on Bipole Comments There is still ongoing debate among provincial bureaucrats about who will be footing the bill for Ma ...(Full Story) PCs Discuss Bipole III Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative party is cautioning that rates for power will double or triple ...(Full Story) Lily Fest Public Meeting The future of Neepawa’s Lily Festival could be decided tonight. A public meeting is being held to ...(Full Story) Bag Up Manitoba Launched Manitobans are encouraged to recycle unused grocery bags during the month of October. The seventh an ...(Full Story)

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