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TNRC’s 2023 Mural Campaign

TNRC’s 2023 Mural Campaign

A little over 20 years ago, the Thompson Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation (TNRC) was created to help community development in the City of Thompson. First on the TNRC’s agenda was a mural campaign.
Group looks to give teachers some northern exposure

Group looks to give teachers some northern exposure

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations plan to sue

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations plan to sue

LRSD moves trustee meeting online to ‘de-escalate tension’

Ritchot assesses housing needs

Support for homeless shelter operation a good step: Mayor Smook

Support for homeless shelter operation a good step: Mayor Smook

The provincial government’s announcement that several homeless shelters in Manitoba would receive funding to offer 24-7 service through the winter is a good step towards providing better supports for vulnerable people, says Thompson Mayor Colleen Smook.
Kirk LaPointe: Canadian media isn’t disappearing, but it could use your support

Kirk LaPointe: Canadian media isn’t disappearing, but it could use your support

Let's clarify the Online News Act and consider what it could mean for Canadian media
Highway 6 safety group continues lobbying that began in early 2022

Highway 6 safety group continues lobbying that began in early 2022

Nearly a year after meeting with the transportation minister last May, #SaferHighway6 Citizens Action group has sent Doyle Piwniuk a letter and nine resolutions signed by northern communities and organizations.
Northern ministers meet in Churchill to discuss economic reconciliation

Northern ministers meet in Churchill to discuss economic reconciliation

Federal Northern Affairs Minister Dan Vandal met with Manitoba Natural Resources and Northern Development Minister Greg Nesbitt Newfoundland and Labrador Indigenous Affairs and Reconciliation Minister Lisa Dempster for the first first northern development ministers forum since 2019.
Moose Hide Campaign Day event explores roots of violence

Moose Hide Campaign Day event explores roots of violence

Keewatin Tribal Council hosted an awareness walk and an afternoon of guest speakers at the Thompson Legion on May 11, in support of grassroots effort to reduce violence against women and children.
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