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Lemoine Appointed Winnipeg City Clerk

Lemoine Appointed Winnipeg City Clerk

Marc Lemoine
Marc Lemoine (CITY OF WINNIPEG)

The City of Winnipeg has appointed Marc Lemoine as the new city clerk.

The city says 61 applicants applied, both internally and externally. Lemoine was previously the deputy city clerk, and is also the senior election official for the City of Winnipeg and the city’s six school divisions.

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Manitobans Encouraged to Visit Black History Month Exhibit

Manitobans Encouraged to Visit Black History Month Exhibit

Manitoba Legislative Building
Manitoba Legislative Building (SHUTTERSTOCK)

A special exhibit marking Black History Month is on display at the Manitoba legislature beginning today.

On the Road North: Black Canada and the Journey to Freedom is a 10-panel display that highlights the heroes, honoured places and momentous events in Canada that helped to end slavery.

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Suspect Wanted for Neglecting Manitoba Dogs

Suspect Wanted for Neglecting Manitoba Dogs

Rescued Dog
A female dog and her two puppies were rescued after being locked in a dark bedroom without access to food and water for several weeks in Black Sturgeon Falls First Nation, Manitoba. (HANDOUT)
John Gerald Glen Linklater
John Gerald Glen Linklater, 46, is wanted by Manitoba RCMP. (RCMP HANDOUT)

UPDATE: Thursday, February 22 — Linklater turned himself into RCMP in Leaf Rapids, Manitoba on Wednesday evening and was arrested.

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Manitoba RCMP have issued an arrest warrant for a man wanted for neglecting a female dog and her pups.

John Gerald Glen Linklater, 46, of Black Sturgeon Falls First Nation, Manitoba is accused of leaving the dogs in a home’s bedroom in the community for about three weeks.

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Windsor Park Library on the Move to New Location

Windsor Park Library on the Move to New Location

Windsor Park Library
The future site of the Windsor Park Library, 1195 Archibald Street. (GOOGLE STREET VIEW)

WINNIPEG — The Windsor Park Library is packing up and moving to its new location this weekend.

The existing building at 955 Cottonwood Road will permanently close Saturday at 5 p.m. and move collections and services to 1195 Archibald Street. The new library is expected to open in mid-March.

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