Hanover School Division Deals with First COVID Cases

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Hanover School Division Deals with First COVID Cases

LOCAL NEWS
Oct 28, 2020 | 11:20 pm

As of the end of October, a handful schools in the Hanover School Divisions have experienced their first COVID-19 cases, including Niverville Middle School. Five of the division’s schools, those...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 28, 2020 @ 11:20 pm

Hanover School Division Deals with First COVID Cases

As of the end of October, a handful schools in the Hanover School Divisions have experienced their first COVID-19 cases, including Niverville Middle School. Five of the division’s schools, those...

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As of the end of October, a handful schools in the Hanover School Divisions have experienced their first COVID-19 cases, including Niverville Middle School. Five of the division’s schools, those...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 27, 2020 @ 10:54 am

Niverville MCC Thrift Store Volunteer Tests Positive

On Tuesday morning, the MCC Thrift Shop in Niverville received word that a volunteer at the store had tested positive for COVID-19. The individual had worked there on the morning of October...

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On Tuesday morning, the MCC Thrift Shop in Niverville received word that a volunteer at the store had tested positive for COVID-19. The individual had worked there on the morning of October...

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COMMENTARY
Oct 26, 2020 @ 9:08 pm

The Controversy of Conversion Therapy

There’s an old saying that warns, “The cure is worse than the disease.” The implication is that the solution for a problem causes more harm than good. This phrase made more sense back when...

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There’s an old saying that warns, “The cure is worse than the disease.” The implication is that the solution for a problem causes more harm than good. This phrase made more sense back when...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 25, 2020 @ 8:03 pm

Hutterite Colony Reports Dramatic COVID Improvement

This past August, clusters of COVID-19 began to break out across the province after a summer with relatively few infections. The public’s attention, for a time, turned to the situation on...

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This past August, clusters of COVID-19 began to break out across the province after a summer with relatively few infections. The public’s attention, for a time, turned to the situation on...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 21, 2020 @ 8:12 pm

Manitoba Hydro Phone Scam Targets Local Business

In the last few months, a number of Manitoba business have been the target of a sophisticated telephone scam in which the callers pose as employees of Manitoba Hydro. On October 16, Shereen...

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In the last few months, a number of Manitoba business have been the target of a sophisticated telephone scam in which the callers pose as employees of Manitoba Hydro. On October 16, Shereen...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 21, 2020 @ 10:57 am

New Bothwell Man Charged in Robbery

A New Bothwell man has been charged in connection to a robbery that took place on Sunday, October 18, around 7:30 p.m. That evening, the St. Pierre-Jolys RCMP responded to a report of two young...

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A New Bothwell man has been charged in connection to a robbery that took place on Sunday, October 18, around 7:30 p.m. That evening, the St. Pierre-Jolys RCMP responded to a report of two young...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 21, 2020 @ 6:37 am

Province Steps Up Fines for COVID Rule-Breakers

Last week, the province warned that stepped-up enforcement was coming for people who ignore public health orders—and in the process, put their fellow Manitobans at risk. In a press conference...

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Last week, the province warned that stepped-up enforcement was coming for people who ignore public health orders—and in the process, put their fellow Manitobans at risk. In a press conference...

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LOCAL NEWS
Oct 19, 2020 @ 9:37 am

Local Difference-Makers Honoured in Video Series

At the end of September, enVision Community Living ran a video campaign called “Make a Difference,” in support of a fundraising effort to launch a new community living project for people in our...

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At the end of September, enVision Community Living ran a video campaign called “Make a Difference,” in support of a fundraising effort to launch a new community living project for people in our...

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