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The Gardener with Michel Gauthier

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Dorothy Dobbie talks with Michel Gauthier of the Canadian Garden Council in Ottawa https://gardenscanada.ca/canadian-garden-council/  about Canada’s annual Garden Days. This…

A popular scam: “It’s a friend of your best loved nephew, grandson, best friend, calling. He needs help! Send money!”

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I recently had a telephone conversation with a woman in her late eighties whom I have known most of my life.…

Supreme Court: Only Francophone judges need apply

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Brian Giesbrecht The federal government has announced that it intends to promote the French language more aggressively throughout the country.…

Celebrating 100 Years of Women on Winnipeg City Council

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In March, we marked International Women’s Day and challenged ourselves to achieving an equal future. In many ways, the global…

Making a Difference in the World

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Remembering Els Kavanagh Some people make a difference in our lives by the many kindnesses they show to the people…

How much should you invest in renovations before selling your home?

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By Kasey Hacking When our team does market evaluations, one of the most common questions is, “What should we do…

Is your fence for privacy or just decoration?

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When is a fence meant for privacy or just decoration? I guess it depends on your neighborhood and what pleases…

Crown roast rack of lamb – a crown unlike any other

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‘Little Bo Peep has lost her sheepAnd doesn’t know where to find them,Leave them alone, and they will come homeWagging…

Bladder problems? Don’t accept it – treat it naturally

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Urinary and bladder problems are serious health concerns for both men and women that become increasingly common as we age.…

Your happiness may be closer than you think

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My name is Mary. I am a retired schoolteacher, mother and proud grandmother. I am on my way to celebrating…

“Bonjour, Alexa!” How Victoria Lifeline Grant Program and technology are helping older adults stay connected

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As the pandemic continues to disrupt the rhythm of our daily lives, no one has been more impacted than older…

Manitoba as the green energy capital of North America

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Volker Beckmann, Board of Directors, Thompson Chamber of Commerce For over 30 years, Thompson, Manitoba has been a centre for…

Time to enjoy Assiniboine Forest

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One of the few positive things that has occurred during this pandemic is how people have taken to the many…

Not debating climate change is the way to extinction

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If no one ever questioned the status quo, we would still be hiding in caves, too afraid to venture out…

Pandemic couch potatoes can suffer injury

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Since the pandemic began, many people have started working from their beds, binge-watching Netflix, and not going to the gym.…

Gardening for the birds

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There is no question as to what season is the most exciting when it comes to wild birds; spring is…

The straight dope on dope for seniors

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Last year an old friend gave me a book for my birthday. Not an unusual gift as gifts go, but…

Blue jays are not the backyard bullies it is said they are

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One of the most popular and widely recognized backyard birds is the Blue jay. This bird is not only colourful…

Freedom of expression?

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President of Bar Association reprimanded for speaking of WWII and the dangers of Marxism The first tenet of freedom is…

Meet the men behind Providence Therapeutics

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Premier Pallister secures back up vaccine for Manitoba. Part of the manufacturing process to take place in Winnipeg. By Dorothy…

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