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By Kolby Solinsky - BC Local News Published: June 18, 2013 11:00 AM Updated: June 18, 2013 11:52 AM Manitoba premier Greg Selinger identified an anti-bullying measure adopted in British Columbia - an online, anonymous reporting tool - that he thinks could help bullied students and children in his province.
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Every year when I travel down to the World Pork Expo I tarry in North Dakota, Minnesota and rural Iowa.
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Police block the intersection of Sherbrook Street and Ellice Avenue after a van crashed into a grocery store on Tuesday morning.
The R.D. Defries Award is the highest award of the Canadian Public Health Association, presented annually in the form of a medal and citation for outstanding contributions in the broad field of public health and carries with it an honorary life membership.
Inside a pair of ring binders, the Langley senior has compiled dozens of old newspaper articles and reviews, interspersed with advertisements and playbills.
The Winnipeg International Jazz Festival comes to the Free Press News Caf this week with daily live interviews and nightly performances.
City crews have begun work on a section of St. Mary's Road in Winnipeg's Glenwood area - a project anticipated to take six weeks and delay thousands of drivers.
Hundreds of health-care workers, newcomers and their friends are set to rally at noon today in Central Park to celebrate Manitoba's "compassion" and to call for help for refugees in other provinces suffering without health benefits.
Some time before lunch today, a small caravan of motorcycles will make its way through the city towards Thunderbird House.
Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter, New Brunswick Premier David Alward, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger, Alberta Premier Alison Redford, Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz and British Columbia Premier Christy Clark, left to right, listen to a choir at Province House during the annual Council of the Federation meeting in Halifax on Thursday, ... (more)
Police were looking for four suspects after the 1:30 a.m. robbery Saturday in the 200 block of Provencher Boulevard.
$75 million to be covered by the city and province through property-tax revenues flowing from new developments at the former Canad Inns Stadium site.
You've done the art walk. You've taken the architecture, the ghost, the Winnipeg General Strike, and the death and debauchery guided walking tours.
MARLIN Travel is offering a wine tour to the Okanagan from July 28 to and will hold an information session on Thursday, June 20 at 1 p.m at our Polo Park office.