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World Mental Health Day

Today is World Mental Health Day. In Canada, mental illness is the single largest category of disease affecting Canadians (CAMIMH, 2000). Managing mental illness can have an immense impact on individuals a...

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Official Unveiling of the Holodomor Statue: "Bitter Memories of Childhood"

As reported by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress - Manitoba Provincial Council On September 21, 2014, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Manitoba Provincial Council sponsored the Official Unveiling of the Holodomor Statue: “Bitter Memories of Childhood”...

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40th Anniversary of Home Care

This week Manitoba reached a milestone: 40 years of universal home care. The Manitoba government has proclaimed Sept. 8 to 14 as Home Care Week to celebrate the many ways home care has made a difference in people’s lives. In recognition of forty years’ of accomplishments...

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Premier Selinger Supports a National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

Aboriginal organizations have asked for this, all the premiers are supporting it because we believe it's important to get the underlying causes to get to solutions that make a difference to people on a day-to-day basis. It can be focused on action, it can be focused on prevention, ...

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10 Things You’ve Likely Heard Of This Legislative Session

10 Things you’ve likely heard about The Manitoba government has introduced a new five-year, $5.5-billion infrastructure plan that will create 58,900 good jobs for...

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Provincial State of Emergency Declared

As reported by Manitoba Government News Services July 4, 2014 The Manitoba government is declaring a provincial state of emergency to take effect at noon today; requesting Canadian Forces support; and establishing a unified...

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