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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
Recycling in City of Thompson in jeopardy

Recycling in City of Thompson in jeopardy

The Thompson Recycling Centre is facing some tough times right now, working with outdated trucks and machinery and inadequate space to store all of the city's recyclable materials.
Robinson attends CEDF grand opening

Robinson attends CEDF grand opening

A year and a week after the groundbreaking, Eric Robinson, acting minister of aboriginal and Northern affairs, was on hand May 28 as the Communities Economic Development Fund (CEDF) held a grand opening for its new $1.

Juniper Gunshot

Police investigate gunshot in Juniper area
Community Christmas dinners reached out to all Thompsonites

Community Christmas dinners reached out to all Thompsonites

This past holiday season there two Christmas dinners held in Thompson - one at the Thompson Homeless Shelter and one at St. Joseph's Ukrainian Catholic Hall. The first one took place at the homeless shelter on Dec. 21.
Healthy donation

Healthy donation

The Thompson Hospital Auxiliary presented a cheque for the purchase of three pressure sensitive air mattresses, worth $1,700, and $5,000 worth of physiotherapy equipmentat the Burntwood Regional Health Authority (BRHA) annual Christmas dance recently
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