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Ministry of Agriculture & Animal Resources |Rwanda 13m
Today, Minister of State received in his office Mr. Michael Dunford, the Regional Director for Eastern Africa where they discussed ongoing interventions in Rwanda.
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Dylan Robertson Oct 24
Horrific scenes at a Winnipeg personal care home raise questions about what Manitoba learned from Quebec, Ontario and BC this spring. A hiring spree is only now revving up. "It didn't have to be this way, which is what I think is the most devastating"
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Mike McIntyre Oct 26
On my own struggles with anxiety, our collective mental health taking a beating these days, how we cope with grief, the need to break the stigma and a lofty goal for Movember. My latest column, on why it’s OK to not be OK.
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Dylan Robertson Oct 22
Scoop: Less than half of federal freedom-of-information offices are operating at full capacity At start of pandemic, 68% of departments deemed non-essential, putting ATIP staff at back of line for at-home Internet and returning to office.
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Mike McIntyre Oct 26
A bizarre, mysterious situation here in Manitoba involving a little boy and an alarming phone call. Can you help? If so contact police.
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Maggie Macintosh Oct 27
A typical Winnipeg classroom in 2020, on today's A1 via
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Dylan Robertson Oct 22
Replying to @withfilesfrom
Providing Canadians with information not Ottawa's priority, says health minister
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Niigaan Sinclair Oct 20
Tuesday column: Five Stories of Indigenous People At Work Changing the World
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Michael Pereira 11h
The asymptomatic rate was 28% for the week of Oct. 4. This is fully-investigated cases with enough lag built in to surveillance that symptoms would have developed -- not pre- or 'not asymptomatic at the time' cases. Nearly 30% excluded from MB's base testing protocol.
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WFP Sierra Leone Oct 23
Today as we are celebrating the UnitedNations@75, Sierra Leone remains committed to end hunger, improve nutrition and build resilience. We are proud to celebrate our two staff members who received the long serving award. Congratulations Victoria and Sento.
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Dylan Robertson 23h
Scoop: Trudeau to announce $12.5M for Winnipeg affordable housing this morning. Rapid Housing Initiative aims to create 3,000 units across Canada before next spring.
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Emma Goldman 17h
We need a new Party! Till then I will vote on the WFP line as always but just because bullies them as he does everyone & everything doesn’t mean is set up to challenge the Dems the way they need to be challenged.
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Maggie Macintosh Oct 26
New: Maples Collegiate families are being warned about a virus exposure last week, involving a student who reportedly attended a party over the weekend
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Judith Works Oct 24
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DhakaTribune 3h
reopens farmers’ markets in camps
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Rebbekah Vega-Romero Oct 25
Four hours on line in the cold to exercise our most fundamental rights as citizens. And they wanna say NYC is a ghost town?! If so, these ghosts are ready to make their voices heard.
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R Foster Oct 24
Early voting. Long lines in
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Niigaan Sinclair 22h
Tuesday column: Advice on Advisories: Treat First Nations as Equals
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UN Humanitarian Air Service Oct 22
Today, at the virtual 12th Global Humanitarian Aviation Conference, & partners discussed stress management for pilots & crew and business continuity within the industry under context. We thank everybody involved in supporting WFP's work during these times of crisis.
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Ekow King Oct 25
If you haven't already, get out there and vote.
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