Grey Cup Champion Reaves To Run In Pallister's Vacant Seat
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Grey Cup Champion Reaves To Run In Premier’s Vacant Seat

Reading Time: 3 minutes Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber Willard Reaves hopes to score a win in Premier Pallister’s vacant seat When it comes to winning and commitment to excellence, former Winnipeg Blue Bomber Grey Cup Champion Willard Reaves is a natural choice to replace former Premier Brian Pallister as the MLA for Fort Whyte. The seat became vacant in Read More…

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Heather Stefanson Becomes First Female Premier Of Manitoba

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Glover has not conceded to Stefanson, which could set the stage for a legal showdown Since the creation of Manitoba on the 5th of July 1870 by Louis Reil, there has never been a female Premier elected to lead the province. Just hours ago, that all changed. Heather Stefanson narrowly beat out former Member of Read More…

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FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine For Children Ages 5 to 11 Years Old

Reading Time: 2 minutes FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use In Children 5 Through 11 Years of Age Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized the emergency use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 to include children 5 through 11 years of age. Safety: The vaccine’s safety was studied in approximately 3,100 Read More…

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Why So Many Restaurants Were Unprepared to Deal With The Pandemic – From a Marketing Point Of View

Reading Time: 3 minutes First of all, my heart goes out to all restaurant owners, I understand that the last year has been incredibly difficult. That being said I have a few thoughts from a marketing perspective. Before the pandemic, my experience was I saw very few restaurants doing strategic long-term marketing planning. Most were doing inconsistent, haphazard marketing. Read More…

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New Child Care Legislation Will Build Stronger B.C. For Families

Reading Time: 3 minutes Affordable Child Care is a part of the Federal Governments commitment to parents VICTORIA – New early learning and child care legislation, which became law Oct. 27, 2021, will help the Province deliver on its 10-year Childcare BC plan to build an affordable, quality and inclusive early learning and child care system for B.C. families. Read More…

Governor Hochul Signs Legislation Protecting Safety of School Children
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Governor Hochul Signs Legislation Protecting Safety of School Children

Reading Time: 3 minutes Motorist passing a stop school bus continues to be a big problem nationally Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation S.4661/A.7330 which provides for the transfer of a portion of fines issued for illegally passing a school bus to the comprehensive school bus driver safety training program for the study and promotion of issues involving school bus safety, Read More…

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These Free Gummies Make You Want To Moonwalk

Reading Time: 3 minutes The many benefits of CBD gummies Many people go through a lot on a daily basis. Whether the person is working a full-time job with difficult hours, or a stay-at-home parent. Trying to balance life and work is something that can take a toll on people physically and emotionally. And even more so with the Read More…

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US Judge Sentenced Canadian White Nationalist To 9 Years In Prison

Reading Time: 2 minutes Patrik Mathew’s, a former Canadian Military Reservist is sentenced to 9 years in prison. America is a hotbed of white supremacists that lurked quietly in the shadows terrorizing immigrants and ethnic minorities while installing Manchurian candidates throughout the government. With the election of Donald Trump, a delusional, narcissistic, repugnant insurrectionist for president, the legions of Read More…

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Khartoum Sudan In A State Of Chaos

Reading Time: < 1 minutes “Down with the government of hunger” By: Maha Altamimi On 16 Oct 2021, thousands of pro-Sudanese army protesters gathered in front of the presidential palace in the capital, Khartoum, chanting, “Down with the government of hunger.” The latest coup follows a series of months of rising tensions in Sudan, with military and civilian factions sharing Read More…

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Nunavut Provincial Government Is Different From The Rest Of Canada

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Voters elect representatives in Legislative Assembly By: Rawan Alshehri On Monday October 25, Nunavut held the 2021 general election, to elect their new Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) that consists of 22 seats in total. Half of which are newly elected members, while the other half are re-elected. Nunavut has a unique way of Read More…

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New Liberal Cabinet, Who’s In, Who’s Out

Reading Time: 3 minutes Major portfolio shuffle in new Liberal Cabinet The Canadian voters rewarded Trudeau and the Liberal Party with a minority government mandate for another four years. Minority governments never last and sending Canadians to the polls in the middle of a pandemic was a gamble that did not pay off. The Liberals were hoping to gain Read More…

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COVID-19 Has Forever Changed The Future Of Banking

Reading Time: < 1 minutes After Covid-19, and the drastic change in payments methods. is there is still room for cash in the future? By: Almunthir Alghamdi Banking is one of the oldest merchants dating back to ancient civilization. It started as an exchange for goods and valuable materials such as gold, silver, and at times food. Then evolved into Read More…

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Democrats Are In Disarray

Reading Time: < 1 minutes The Democrat’s civil war will cost them the House and Senate in the 2022 midterms By: Maha Altamimi The Republicans have successfully turned their back on democracy with their continued support of Donald Trump and his baseless claims that the 2020 election was rigged. Those lies continue to set the groundwork for the party to Read More…

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RCMP Involved In Serious Shooting In Thompson Manitoba

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Police watchdog investigating the incident Treaty Five Territory, Thompson, MB – Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Inc. is aware of an officer-involved shooting that took place in Thompson, Manitoba this afternoon. Videos of the incident are currently circulating on social media. Grand Chief Garrison Settee states: “I am extremely concerned to see the video of an MKO citizen Read More…

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COVID-19 Continues To Negatively Impact The Agriculture Sector

Reading Time: 2 minutes (NC) Faced with a rapidly evolving labour force, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated existing trends and opened opportunities for Canada’s agriculture industry to gain and train the next generation of farm leaders. “The current crisis has caused a shakeup like none other in the labour force,” explains Ryan Riese, national director of agriculture at RBC. Read More…

Remote Working Is The New Normal But Wasn’t Always
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Remote Working Is The New Normal But Wasn’t Always

Reading Time: 2 minutes Companies are seeing increased productivity and savings from employees working remotely By: Jawad Araf, Contributor Editors: Maha Altamimi & Rawan Alshehri The aftermath of the spread of Covid-19 throughout the world was clearly visible on many levels, especially the severe effects of the pandemic on the world economy, which caused many companies, organizations and small businesses to Read More…

Google Under Investigation By Canadian Government
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Google Under Investigation By Canadian Government

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Competition Bureau obtains court order to advance an investigation of Google The Competition Bureau has obtained a court order to advance a civil investigation into conduct by Google related to its online advertising business. The Bureau is investigating whether this conduct is harming competition in Canada. The Bureau is investigating whether Google has engaged in Read More…

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Is The Future Of Afghanistan Going To Improve?

Reading Time: < 1 minutes The Taliban shuts down the internet services in several parts of Afghanistan  By: Rawan Alshehri After US President Joe Biden announced the removal of all military forces in Afghanistan back in April 2021, it not only sparked a state of chaos within the country, it also signaled the official take over by the Taliban. In Read More…

New Trump Social Media, TruthSocial Coming 2022
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New Trump Social Media, TruthSocial Coming 2022

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Trump propaganda machine set to launch in 2020 TDS News – January 8, 2021, was the day the former US President Donald Trump was silenced from his tens of millions of followers on his social network of choice Twitter. Within days, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and several of the more popular networks permanently banned or suspended the Read More…

Canada's COVID-19 Guidelines Set For International Travellers
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Canada’s COVID-19 Guidelines Set For International Travellers

Reading Time: 4 minutes Using Canada’s COVID-19 proof of vaccination for travel The Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination provides Canadian residents with a reliable way to demonstrate that they are vaccinated against COVID-19 when travelling within and outside Canada. Canadians can get their proof of vaccination from their province or territory (for more information, visit Canada.ca/vaccine-proof). Each country decides what Read More…

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The US House Of Representatives Committee Voted To Condemn Bannon For Contempt of Congress

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Bannon cannot evade testifying before the House Committee By: Maha Ahmad On Tuesday night, a House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Terror attack on the US Capitol attack, formally authorized putting former US President Donald Trump’s top advisers Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress. This now sets the stage for a crucial House vote later Read More…

MKO Honours Students of Elkhorn Residential School
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MKO Honours Students of Elkhorn Residential School

Reading Time: 3 minutes MKO Held A Ceremony and Feast Held in Honour of Children from Northern Manitoba On Monday, October 18, MKO Grand Chief Garrison Settee travelled with Elders to host a ceremony at a small gravesite where children from the Elkhorn Residential School are buried. The ceremony included music, prayers, a sacred fire, offerings, and a feast. Elder Stan LaPierre led and Read More…