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New Manitoba premier Goertzen says Bill 64, others will be scrapped in fall

New Manitoba premier Goertzen says Bill 64, others will be scrapped in fall

Controversial education bill, others will be shut down in fall
More provincial forest firefighters test positive for COVID-19, eight cases confirmed: SPSA

More provincial forest firefighters test positive for COVID-19, eight cases confirmed: SPSA

Cases found at Denare Beach, Pelican Narrows response area
Manitoba lifting restrictions on several outdoor events for fully vaccinated people, indoor mask mandate back Saturday

Manitoba lifting restrictions on several outdoor events for fully vaccinated people, indoor mask mandate back Saturday

Mask mandate returns August 28 for all indoor public spaces, other restrictions to be lifted Sept. 3
Candidates announced by Greens, PPC for northern Manitoba, Sask. ridings

Candidates announced by Greens, PPC for northern Manitoba, Sask. ridings

Five candidates on board for northern Manitoba, six for northern Sask.
Pelican Narrows now considered community outbreak zone, over 50 active cases in effect: PBCN, NITHA

Pelican Narrows now considered community outbreak zone, over 50 active cases in effect: PBCN, NITHA

Cases confirmed as variant of concern, health workers suspect Delta variant
Five Sask. firefighters at Denare Beach fire base test positive for COVID-19: SPSA

Five Sask. firefighters at Denare Beach fire base test positive for COVID-19: SPSA

Workers will be brought in to cover any shortages, efforts continue on fighting ALIR fire
Manitoba mandating vaccines or testing for some provincial workers, plans to bring back indoor mask order

Manitoba mandating vaccines or testing for some provincial workers, plans to bring back indoor mask order

Includes doctors, nurses, health workers, teachers, school staff, corrections workers
Manitoba hits 75 per cent double-vaccinated mark, reopening threshold crossed

Manitoba hits 75 per cent double-vaccinated mark, reopening threshold crossed

No health orders changed as of Friday, but changes likely on way as early as next week