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Total cost to build Thompson’s new pool should be known by June

Total cost to build Thompson’s new pool should be known by June

City put out request for tenders April 20 and hopes to begin reviewing proposals within six weeks of the posting date.
AMC backs calls to ‘regulate how much alcohol is sold across all First Nations’

AMC backs calls to ‘regulate how much alcohol is sold across all First Nations’

Generally, there are no limits to how much alcohol people can purchase in Manitoba Liquor Marts, though there are bottle limits for some products at the Thompson location.
Thompson stabbing lands one man in hospital, suspect charged with aggravated assault

Thompson stabbing lands one man in hospital, suspect charged with aggravated assault

A 42-year-old man was stabbed outside a business on Cree Road April 28 and Thompson RCMP arrested and charged a 40-year-old man.
‘New guy’ at chiropractic clinic chose Thompson over Toronto

‘New guy’ at chiropractic clinic chose Thompson over Toronto

More than two years after arriving in Thompson, Dr. Jordan Osborne took over as owner of the Thompson Chiropractic Clinic in February.
Career day shines light on what goes on at Vale Manitoba Operations

Career day shines light on what goes on at Vale Manitoba Operations

Students and the public had the chance to learn about different occupations and try their hand at some of the tasks employees in them do.
Norway House RCMP track down suspect who fled onto lake and fell through ice

Norway House RCMP track down suspect who fled onto lake and fell through ice

A 2.5-hour pursuit resulted in the arrest of a 21-year-old man wanted on a sexual assault charge.
Roving Latvian bookseller peddling wares to support his education

Roving Latvian bookseller peddling wares to support his education

Ilja Skopincevs first came to North America to sell educational books door-to-door six years ago.
Three charged with aggravated assault for April 5 incident in Thompson

Three charged with aggravated assault for April 5 incident in Thompson

Two men and one woman were charged and remanded into custody April 25 following an investigation into assault on a Split Lake man who was found injured and is still in hospital.
National Day of Mourning ceremony remembers workers killed on the job

National Day of Mourning ceremony remembers workers killed on the job

More than 20 Manitobans died in workplace incidents or from occupation-related diseases in 2022.
Witnesses help Thompson RCMP officer who was assaulted while arresting a suspect

Witnesses help Thompson RCMP officer who was assaulted while arresting a suspect

A 32-year-old man who assaulted two people April 26 kicked the police officer who was trying to arrest him after a short foot chase.
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