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SO I SOUGHT FOR A MAN AMONG THEM WHO WOULD MAKE A WALL, AND STAND IN THE GAP BEFORE ME ON BEHALF OF THE LAND (CANADA). THAT I SHOULD NOT DESTROY IT; BUT I FOUND NO ONE.

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Medically assisted dying

Courtesy: CBC News A Winnipeg man’s struggle to be assessed for a medically assisted death while he lives at a faith-based hospital has some questioning how we balance personal and religious rights in Canada. “I want to die and nobody should come in the way of my deciding how to …

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Winnipeg youth worker attacked, slashed with machete, police say

Courtesy: CBC News A man is recovering after a balaclava-clad attacker approached and slashed him with a machete, police say. A 60-year-old youth worker at McDermot Avenue Baptist Church confronted a suspect wearing a balaclava at about 8:45 p.m. in the 800 block of McDermot Avenue near Tecumseh Street. The …

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Anti-yoga letter surfaces in Manitoba town

Courtesy: CTV News Yoga in the Town The owner of a new yoga studio opening in a southwestern Manitoba town said she was frustrated and disappointed to see a letter surface in the community warning yoga could disrupt Christian beliefs. Lindsay Alvis, a full-time nurse in Brandon, said Soul Worx …

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Many Manitobans living paycheque to paycheque: study

Courtesy: Global News For many Manitobans, the road to a comfortable retirement is becoming longer and more difficult. If you’re living paycheque to paycheque and not saving as much as you’d like, you’re not alone. In Manitoba, 54 per cent of respondents said they’re living paycheque to paycheque. Furthermore, the …

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