A coalition goes head to head with Manitoba Hydro, a Winnipeg refugees’ son is rescued from ISIS, and more cuts coming to healthcare – including what’s being called “an assault on women’s health” – in this week’s news.
This week’s headlines respond to Pallister’s latest stream of cuts, which will impact therapists – and those who use their services – as well as newborn moms! Also in this week’s headlines are a new type of yoga, a new neighbourhood patrol, Steinbach’s second Pride march, and more!
In this week’s headlines, dozens of restaurants stop serving straws, the police ask for help on a number of cases, U of M students get worried, and more.
Cybertip is concerned about Snapchat’s new feature, Shoal Lake 40 First Nation has a long-awaited celebration, many thoughts are shared on Canada150, and more in this week’s headlines.
In this week’s headlines, LGBT families file a human rights complaint against school curriculums, the University of Winnipeg chooses not to fully divest from fossil fuels, St. Boniface Hospital bans medically-assisted deaths, the conversation on Churchill heats up, and more!
In this week’s headlines, two instances of bathroom creeping has women on alert, climate change research is postponed due to climate change, the famous frostbitten refugee is granted protection, and more!
In this week’s headlines, cuts to rent-assist and healthcare have very real effects on WInnipeggers, businesses call for more recycling bins on Broadway, Pallister’s commemorative bike ride is questioned, and more.
Amidst the discussion about whether to allow cops to participate in the Pride Parade, someone was arrested in the lead-up to the first Trans March. Also in this week’s headlines, more cuts occurred – to chiropractic coverage and a restorative justice program – and MMIWG families retied red ribbons to a bridge after they were removed by the province.
This week’s headlines include cuts to a women’s centre and a senior’s crime prevention program, a soup kitchen receives unexpected donations of over $50 thousand, and Pride Winnipeg kicks off – with a two-spirit powwow for the first time!
Ample concerns raising about the MMIWG Inquiry, the government denies funding for much-needed shelter beds, environmentalists caution against entombing a nuclear waste site, and more in this week’s headlines.