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Former Thompson resident killed in Winnipeg remembered as a great mom and a comedian at June 5 vigil

Former Thompson resident killed in Winnipeg remembered as a great mom and a comedian at June 5 vigil

Over 100 of Tessa Perry’s family and friends turned out for a vigil in her memory at Thompson’s MacLean Park June 5.
NDP candidate in Thompson byelection completes quest to campaign in all of the riding’s communities

NDP candidate in Thompson byelection completes quest to campaign in all of the riding’s communities

Eric Redhead visited York Landing June 3 and says he is grateful for the support his campaign has received from party leader Wab Kinew, who has been to the riding twice since April 23 and intends to return for election day June 7.
‘This has to stop:’ We have to look out for each other, says mother of murder victim at vigil

‘This has to stop:’ We have to look out for each other, says mother of murder victim at vigil

Angie Perry urges anyone who is being abused or mistreated to reach out for help before it's too late.
PC candidate in Thompson byelection pays visit to Churchill to hear community’s concerns

PC candidate in Thompson byelection pays visit to Churchill to hear community’s concerns

Charlotte Larocque says some of the port town’s issues are different from those in other communities, but many are the same
Exploratory drilling program and surging demand for nickel are positive indicators for Vale, says Manitoba Operations boss

Exploratory drilling program and surging demand for nickel are positive indicators for Vale, says Manitoba Operations boss

"You always want to be drilling in mining," Gary Annett tells Thompson Chamber of Commerce during June 1 presentation.
Vigil being held in Winnipeg May 31 for former Thompson resident killed May 28

Vigil being held in Winnipeg May 31 for former Thompson resident killed May 28

Tessa Perry, 31, is the third Indigenous woman to die by homicide in Manitoba’s largest city in the span of three weeks.
Health care for northern First Nations in a state of emergency, leaders say

Health care for northern First Nations in a state of emergency, leaders say

Lack of staff and resources in federally and provincially operated northern health care facilities is racism and is putting residents at risk, leaders say.
Residential and commercial property mill rates basically equal to last year’s in upcoming budget

Residential and commercial property mill rates basically equal to last year’s in upcoming budget

A public presentation of the City of Thompson’s proposed 2022 budget will take place June 9.
Flin Flon team takes top place in last mine rescue competition before Hudbay shuts down 777 mine

Flin Flon team takes top place in last mine rescue competition before Hudbay shuts down 777 mine

The team from host Vale Manitoba Operations placed second overall  and won the first aid and written exam portions of the competition.
NDP candidate in Thompson byelection discloses past assault charge as campaign passes the midway point

NDP candidate in Thompson byelection discloses past assault charge as campaign passes the midway point

Eric Redhead says he received an absolute discharge for the charge, which was laid following a dispute with his then-partner about 15 years ago.