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City unveils strategic plan to community

City unveils strategic plan to community

The City of Thompson opened its doors to the public to discuss its strategic plan on June 12 at a breakfast meeting in the City Hall foyer.

City roads are a disgrace in the industrial area

I am writing this letter on behalf of myself and my work colleagues to express our dissatisfaction with the conditions of the industrial area's roads.

13-year-old girl stabbed and sent to hospital

A 13-year-old girl was stabbed after a fight with an undisclosed number of girls near an apartment on Ashberry Place June 3. Thompson RCMP responded to an aggravated assault call.
Recycling Depot reaction

Recycling Depot reaction

Co-Chair of Thompson Recycling Centre says facility will not shut down

Most intensive care flu patients are aboriginal: public health officer

Manitoba Health and Healthy Living reported two new confirmed cases of H1N1 flu, also known as the swine flu, in a media bulletin June 4, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 40, nearly four times as many confirmed cases as there wer

Odour shuts down bank branch

Thompson's CIBC branch shut down on the afternoon of June 1 after several employees were sickened by a foul smell.

Not naming St. Theresa Point as having H1N1 influenza 'swine flu' makes the Government of Manitoba look ridiculous

Story: Tough week last week for Dr.

Mayor lashes out Manitoba Department of Justice bureaucrats

No extra funding for gangs and drugs, province says

Community economic development a key part of Manitoba's economic model

At a time when the news has been full of reports of major corporatebankruptcies and the devastating impact of the worldwide recession on many communities what hasn't been reported is the degree that there has been a different situation in Manitoba.

Council Briefs

Thompson Planning District Board passes big fee increases for home relocation permits If you're thinking of doing some home relocation within the city get ready to dig way deeper into your wallet after the Thompson Planning District Board passed a ne