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MLA Report: Premier change won’t mean much change for north

MLA Report: Premier change won’t mean much change for north

"Earlier this month, Heather Stefanson became the new leader of the Progressive Conservative party and our new Manitoba Premier. Unfortunately for all of us, this change does not mean that her policies will be very different from her predecessor, Brian Pallister."
MLA Report: Recapping a short fall sitting in legislature

MLA Report: Recapping a short fall sitting in legislature

"For two weeks in October, the Legislative Assembly met for a brief session and I want to highlight some of the things that happened and important issues going on right now."
Opinion: It's time to act on online harassment

Opinion: It's time to act on online harassment

'As a business, the news publishing industry remains under threat from unregulated and unchecked social media and online communication service providers.'
Opinion: Truth be told, sealing the Facebook rabbit hole wasn't all bad

Opinion: Truth be told, sealing the Facebook rabbit hole wasn't all bad

'Facebook went down for a few hours Monday and our collective IQ went up.'
Opinion: Get a second source, different perspective when seeking information

Opinion: Get a second source, different perspective when seeking information

Putting a few search terms into Google might be more work, 'but it's worth it.'
Opinion: Our job is to report the truth — democracy depends on it

Opinion: Our job is to report the truth — democracy depends on it

This National Newspaper Week, it's important to Champion The Truth.
Opinion: Champion the truth by supporting your local newspaper

Opinion: Champion the truth by supporting your local newspaper

National Newspaper Week runs from Oct. 3 to 9.
Liberal support among Canadian voters drops to 33%: poll

Liberal support among Canadian voters drops to 33%: poll

Liberal Party numbers remain high in Atlantic Canada and Quebec, but Ontario is now a toss-up.
Emergency preparedness is a low priority for British Columbians: poll

Emergency preparedness is a low priority for British Columbians: poll

In spite of recent natural disasters in B.C., British Columbians over the past couple of years have not become more vigilant about emergency preparedness
In Our Words: On fatigue, slowing down and getting selfish

In Our Words: On fatigue, slowing down and getting selfish

I’ve been exhausted lately. It’s that kind of tiredness that sleep just can’t seem to fix, that nagging inkling of obligation combined with feeling like the cogs and gears in your mind just can’t move the same way anymore.