After a year of operation, the WRHA and Movember have officially launched Canada’s first sub-arctic Indigenous mental health addictions centre in Churchill.
Rosanna Hempel is a German-Canadian journalist who has lived or worked in most Canadian provinces, originally hailing from the East Coast.
After obtaining her B.Sc. in biology with minors in French and international relations at Mount Allison University, she worked in film and forestry before pursuing her love for documenting stories through journalism at Red River College.
Rosanna joined Global Winnipeg in 2021.
However, the high voter turnout at advance polls and mail-in voting could help shrink the lines, Ryerson University’s John Beebe said.
Wait times for the province’s eating disorder recovery and prevention program at the Women’s Health Clinic are two years, and 164 people were waiting for admission.
The number of residential properties that traded hands in August dipped to 1,738, down from 2,008 in July, but the average 2021 home price is up 10 per cent from last year.
AMC Grand Chief Arlen Dumas said short-term solutions should be in place by now, but Manitoba Hydro is pushing back on claims it isn’t doing enough to restore power.
Manitoba Progressive Conservative backbencher Shannon Martin launched his campaign for the party’s leadership on Monday.
Maria Marinelli organized Winnipeg’s 11th annual Multiple Myeloma March to help fundraise for alternate treatments and research for the disease.
The panel is expected to meet virtually every month to give feedback on the curriculum framework at central moments during the development process.
Mounties say the illicit pills with a greenish tinge resembling oxycodone tablets, locally known as “green beans,” could be making their rounds in Oxford House and Shamattawa.
A late July poll by Canadian Cancer Survivor Network and Leger found 50 per cent of respondents had cancer care appointments cancelled, postponed or rescheduled.
Canadians are shying away from meat likely because of higher prices, food distribution professor Sylvain Charlebois said, but also because of a rise in plant protein options.
Terry Duguid, Liberal candidate for Winnipeg South, said a re-elected Liberal government would focus on four key projects to protect Manitoba’s freshwater resources.
Premier Brian Pallister and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum were on site at the International Peace Garden this afternoon to make the announcement.
Manitoba Hydro said crews are in the process of flying in pre-assembled poles along the affected power line that disconnected around 1,500 customers from service.
Researchers say birds like purple martins must alter the timing of their migration in pace with climate change, so they don’t miss out on feeding opportunities.