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Canola Seed Worth $20,000 Stolen from Manitoba Silo

Canola Seed Worth $20,000 Stolen from Manitoba Silo

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Canola seed worth $20,000 was stolen from a silo in southern Manitoba on March 19, 2017. (RCMP HANDOUT)

An unusual farm theft has Manitoba RCMP searching for the culprits who stole canola seed from a silo in the RM of Glenboro-South Cypress.

Police say they received a report of the theft on March 19 on Highway 2, approximately 10 kilometres west of Glenboro.

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Manitoba Government Takes Scissors to Ambulance Fees

Manitoba Government Takes Scissors to Ambulance Fees

WINNIPEG — The province is further trimming ambulance fees as of April 1.

An ambulance ride will be reduced to either $425 or the pre-existing base fee established by the service provider, whichever is lower. The government reduced ambulance fees earlier this year, which now brings the total decrease to $50.

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Man Stabbed by Two Attackers in Norway House

Man Stabbed by Two Attackers in Norway House

RCMP Logo VehicleTwo men are in custody after a 20-year-old Norway House man was stabbed several times last Thursday.

Manitoba RCMP were called to a residence in Norway House at around 7 a.m. on March 23, where they found the man with serious injuries. He was taken to the local hospital and later flown to Winnipeg in serious condition.

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Manitoba Companies Make the Cut for Diversified Workplaces

Manitoba Companies Make the Cut for Diversified Workplaces

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WINNIPEG — A handful of Manitoba organizations have made the list to be Canada’s Best Diversity Employers.

The annual list, now in its 10th year, recognizes leaders that create workplaces for employees from five diverse groups: women; visible minorities; persons with disabilities; aboriginal peoples; and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) peoples.

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Seven Oaks Pool Closing for Renovations

Seven Oaks Pool Closing for Renovations

Seven Oaks Pool (STAN MILOSEVIC / CHRISD.CA FILE)

WINNIPEG — After spring break wraps up later this week, Seven Oaks Pool will close for renovations.

The $8 million in upgrades will include new family change rooms, universally-accessible washrooms, an enhanced public lobby, a new meeting space, a small teach pool, and a new indoor spray pad.

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