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CEDF loan program restarts after more than five years on hiatus

CEDF loan program restarts after more than five years on hiatus

Loans of up to $2 million will once again be available to ventures that improve northern and Indigenous economic development.
Federal workers picket outside Thompson RCMP detachment on third day of public sector employee strike

Federal workers picket outside Thompson RCMP detachment on third day of public sector employee strike

Across Canada, about a third of the federal government workforce has been off the job since April 19.
MKO asks city to contribute to planned MMIWG monument

MKO asks city to contribute to planned MMIWG monument

MKO MMIWG liaison unit director Heidi Spence asked councillors April 17 if the city can cover some construction costs for the monument and cover monthly electricity bills.
KTC hosts Jets whiteout rally ahead of game two against the Golden Knights

KTC hosts Jets whiteout rally ahead of game two against the Golden Knights

Up 1-0 in the series, Winnipeg will try to take the second of two games in Las Vegas April 20 before returning home for games three and four.
‘Thompson was so dynamic,’ says author of book about the city’s early days

‘Thompson was so dynamic,’ says author of book about the city’s early days

‘Where You From?’ by Wayne Hall took seven years to write because of extensive fact-checking
Pickleball, a ‘kinder, gentler tennis,’ provides a workout of moderate intensity

Pickleball, a ‘kinder, gentler tennis,’ provides a workout of moderate intensity

The Thompson Seniors Community Resource Council is offering six free drop-in pickleball sessions for players of all ages between now and June 30.
Mall mural depicts Indigenous painter’s journey to reconnect with the land and her culture

Mall mural depicts Indigenous painter’s journey to reconnect with the land and her culture

Christine McKay was selected by Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak and City Centre Mall owner Strathallen to adorn one inside wall with her artwork.
Crime and communication among topics at mayor’s talk with business owners

Crime and communication among topics at mayor’s talk with business owners

Colleen Smook spoke to the local business community during a lunch meeting organized by the Thompson Chamber of Commerce April 17.
Thompson RCMP investigating how Spilt Lake man received life-threatening injuries

Thompson RCMP investigating how Spilt Lake man received life-threatening injuries

32-year-old resident of Tataskweyak Cree Nation who was found in a parking lot on April 5 remains in hospital in critical condition.
Trio charged for carjacking Good Samaritans in St. Theresa Point

Trio charged for carjacking Good Samaritans in St. Theresa Point

Driver who stopped to help people stuck in the snow was robbed, assaulted and had truck stolen.
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