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Mike McIntyre 27m
Replying to @mikemcintyrewpg
Andrew Copp says the 2-week quarantine required by Canadian government will deter him from coming back to Winnipeg anytime soon. Says he may head down to Florida (he's currently in Michigan) to start skating. Sitting in his apartment for 2 weeks in Winnipeg won't be helpful.
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Mike McIntyre 47m
It's far from perfect, and not everybody is happy with it. But the NHL finally has a unique return-to-play course charted, with many obstacles still on the horizon. My latest column:
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Lindsay Ridgley 21h
So great to see! If you can’t apply, subscribe! Keep local voices in our city.
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Halgan Media May 25
Halgan Media Exclusive 👇 Exclusive never before seen photos of the plane transporting aid to the town of Qansaxdheere in Bay province that come under intense fire from troops deployed in southern The plane is registered to “Salama Air”
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Jam Kamal Khan May 21
International organisations visit Quetta and discuss current Covid, Post covid,social economic aspects, Nutrition challenges and rest.
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Mike Sawatzky May 25
Was pretty pleased to cover my first live sporting event in more than 2 months with ⁦⁩ at Monday. Strange, quiet night at the track.
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Eva Wasney 1h
I had an absolutely lovely conversation with Elsa Taylor of The Roost about home bartending, oysters and keeping it simple. You can read it here:
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Tom Brodbeck May 21
I haven’t been able to ask govt, including the premier, a single question in a press conference for two months. Just sayin.
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Dylan Robertson May 21
Replying to @withfilesfrom
Scoop: First Nation chiefs behind Keeyask blockade demand visit from Manitoba Hydro CEO. Three weeks after chiefs asked to meet, Jay Grewal offers teleconference. They now want her to visit the blockade.
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The Korea Herald May 25
S. Korea to send 50,000 tons of rice aid to Mideast, Africa
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Jason Bell 20h
vs to battle in opening round.
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WFP Sierra Leone May 22
Delivery of safely prepackaged food in Kailahun. Thanks to 's contribution, could timely respond to the needs of people under -19 quarantine in various remote districts in Sierra Leone.
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Unchannel | UN Jobs, NGOs Jobs 1h
World Food Programme () announced new jobs for various positions, in different countries. You can find all job details and application procedure at: ➤
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Taakulo Somali Community May 26
and work together to improve the lives of thousands of affected families in Sanaag region.
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bancade medie May 25
A plane carrying was killed today as it was about to land at Qansahdhere. The plane returned safely to Mogadishu despite being hit by bullets. Authorities point out that al-Shabaab is responsible.
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Kevin Rollason 1h
Sylvia Topper was a psychotherapist in the US when she came here in 1970. She developed both grief recovery and Mothers and Twos programs and was also a member and an executive of several organizations including the Women’s Health Clinic
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Mike McIntyre May 22
Replying to @mikemcintyrewpg
Patrik Laine, blunt as always, on what hockey could look like this summer after a long break. "My game's probably going to look terrible, since I haven't skated for two months."
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Horn First News May 25
Breaking News: plane ferrying humanitarian supplies to Qansaxdheere, Bay region has come under intense fire forcing it to return to . The aircraft sustained minor damage but the crew are safe. This is the second plane to be shot upon in less than a month.
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Jason Bell 21h
Bettman confirms regular season is over; 24 teams make the playoffs. are in. Playoffs to be held in 2 hub cities, yet to be determined. A training camp won’t start until after July 1. No fixed dates for start of playoffs.
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Maggie Macintosh May 21
If the province's reopening blueprint is approved as is, K-12 students can expect a return to classes on Aug. 31
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