Two Brandon Men Charged with Attempted Murder

Two Brandon Men Charged with Attempted Murder

Brandon Police Service CrestTwo Brandon men are to appear in court today on attempted murder and aggravated assault charges.

Police say the 31-year-old and 27-year-old are responsible for the injury of a 28-year-old man on July 28.

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Winnipeg Police Make Second Arrest in Fatal Bar Italia Shooting

Winnipeg Police Make Second Arrest in Fatal Bar Italia Shooting

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Bar Italia, 737 Corydon Avenue (GOOGLE STREET VIEW)

Winnipeg police have made a second arrest and laid charges in relation to a fatal shooting at Bar Italia this past spring.

Joshua Lucien Peter Turner, 24, was taken into custody on Monday. Police have charged him with first-degree murder, attempting to commit murder using a firearm and two counts of failing to comply with a probation order.

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Google Generation’s Push for More Technology Transforming Health Care: Survey

Google Generation’s Push for More Technology Transforming Health Care: Survey

By Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press

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The Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Brussels on March 23, 2010. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Virginia Mayo)

TORONTO — Digitally savvy Canadians who make up the Google Generation are on the leading edge of a transformation in the health-care system that will see a greater reliance on technology, including how doctors interact with their patients, a survey commissioned by the Canadian Medical Association suggests.

The Ipsos survey, released Tuesday, shows that young adults aged 18 to 34 are frequent users of the health-care system, reporting an average of at least 11 visits to a physician each year, as well as being the most eager adopters of technology to manage their own health.

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Argentina ‘Tango’ Pavilion: Vamonos to This Sizzling Trip to the South

Argentina ‘Tango’ Pavilion: Vamonos to This Sizzling Trip to the South

By Michelle Bailey (@MichelleBailey1)

Argentina Tango Pavilion
Be swept away by dancers from Buenos Aires performing the Tango at Folklorama’s Argentina ‘Tango’ Pavilion, on now until August 18. (MICHELLE BAILEY / CHRISD.CA)

The Tango is a partner dance that originated in the 1880’s along the natural border between Argentina and Uruguay.

At this Folklorama pavilion, located at the Centro Caboto Centre (1055 Wilkes Avenue), you will get to witness this dynamic style of dance performed by talent that has travelled over 10,000 km from Buenos Aires to be at Folklorama.

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Young West Coast Orca in a Tough Slog to Keep Up with Her Pod: Experts

Young West Coast Orca in a Tough Slog to Keep Up with Her Pod: Experts

By Terri Theodore, The Canadian Press

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Killer whale J50 is shown near the Lime Kiln Lighthouse off the west side of San Juan Island, Washington, on August 11, 2018 handout photo. Whale researchers working to save an ailing killer whale have released live salmon into waters in front of the free-swimming orca. But they didn’t see the critically endangered whale called J50 take any of the eight salmon dropped from a boat Sunday. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO – NOAA Fisheries, Katy Foster)

VANCOUVER – A wildlife biologist says an ailing female killer whale off the West Coast of Washington state is “slogging along” with her pod, but is at times unable to keep up.

A veterinarian was able to dart J50 with a broad-spectrum antibiotic on Thursday, but Brad Hanson, a U.S. government fisheries biologist, said she still appears tired and was even moving backwards with the current when she was seen on the weekend.

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