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Terry Fox Day Legislation Introduced in Manitoba
Mothers Day Expo Success
Kelwood Store Project to Move Forward
Emergency Preparedness Week
43 UFO Sightings in Manitoba in 2014: Ufology
CFIB on Min. Wage Increase
Mothers Day Expo in Neepawa
Truckers Turn Thumbs Down on Speed Limit Increase
Budget - Strong Words from Pallister
Province Tables 2015 Budget
NACI Drama Production to Premiere
Clubroot Testing Available
Provincial News
Report on Federal Budget
3,000 Run in WPS Marathon
Mine Workers on Strike
Emergency Phone in Camperville
Burning Permits Cancelled
Shoal Lake Ferry Broken
Hair Salon Crash Sentence
CFIB on Man. Budget
Oswald Declines Cabinet Offer
BU to Honor Fleury, Lee
New Ombudsman Appointed
Attempted Abduction in Powerview
National News
Baltimore Curfew Lifted
No Name for Royal Baby
Canadian Dead in Nepal Quake
International News


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Terry Fox Day Legislation Introduced in Manitoba The Manitoba government is looking to name the first Monday in August as Terry Fox Day. A bill was ...(Full Story) Mothers Day Expo Success A weekend fundraiser in Neepawa was so successful, organizers are already talking about doing it aga ...(Full Story) Kelwood Store Project to Move Forward A project to open a new store and restaurant in Kelwood is moving forward. The Kelwood Co-op Proje ...(Full Story) Emergency Preparedness Week This week is national emergency preparedness week in Canada and Environment Canada is urging you to ...(Full Story) 43 UFO Sightings in Manitoba in 2014: Ufology A new report on UFO sightings in Canada is out and it shows Manitoba had 43 unidentified sightings l ...(Full Story)

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