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Manitoba extends health orders one week, but health officials, data show wave may be stabilizing

Manitoba extends health orders one week, but health officials, data show wave may be stabilizing

Manitoba's current public health orders will be in effect for another week - but there are signs that Manitoba is making headway in the fight against COVID-19.
One dead, two wounded in pair of New Years' Day shootings, suspect faces homicide, weapons charges: RCMP

One dead, two wounded in pair of New Years' Day shootings, suspect faces homicide, weapons charges: RCMP

More information has come to light about a homicide, pair of shootings and community manhunt in the Flin Flon/Creighton area last weekend.
Thompson MLA Adams dies following car accident: Manitoba NDP

Thompson MLA Adams dies following car accident: Manitoba NDP

Thompson MLA Danielle Adams has died, according to a statement issued by the Manitoba NDP Thursday night.
No COVID-19 cases left in Deschambault Lake, Pelican Narrows down to two active cases

No COVID-19 cases left in Deschambault Lake, Pelican Narrows down to two active cases

Few cases remaining in communities hit hard by fourth wave
Cystic fibrosis medication, HIV prophylaxis now covered under Manitoba drug formulary

Cystic fibrosis medication, HIV prophylaxis now covered under Manitoba drug formulary

Expenses to be covered for Trikafta, PrEP in Manitoba, start date unknown
RCMP officer faces charges after alleged sexual misconduct in Flin Flon while on-duty

RCMP officer faces charges after alleged sexual misconduct in Flin Flon while on-duty

Officer, formerly of Creighton RCMP detachment, faces breach of trust charge, will appear in The Pas court next month
Manitoba ending COVID-19 state of emergency Oct. 21, health orders remain in effect

Manitoba ending COVID-19 state of emergency Oct. 21, health orders remain in effect

State of emergency will lapse at 4 p.m. Oct. 21, will not be renewed
Indicated resource grows at McIlvenna Bay site, now over 39 million tonnes: Foran

Indicated resource grows at McIlvenna Bay site, now over 39 million tonnes: Foran

Foran Mining appears to have found a much bigger resource at McIlvenna Bay than initially thought.
Hudbay officially reopens New Britannia gold mill

Hudbay officially reopens New Britannia gold mill

Snow Lake’s new gold mill is officially on line for Hudbay.
COVID-19 cases rise in Pukatawagan, Norway House, northern Sask. cases drop as people recover

COVID-19 cases rise in Pukatawagan, Norway House, northern Sask. cases drop as people recover

COVID-19 cases in the Northern Health Region (NHR) are rising, spurred on by growing cases in Norway House and Pukatawagan, while northern Saskatchewan infections are slowly going down.