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Winn-Can Properties Ltd. project for MacMaster Bay has yet to build a single home

An agreement between the City of Thompson and Winn-Can Properties Ltd.

Fifth Manitoban dies of swine flu; search is on for oscillatory ventilators

Manitoba Health and Healthy Living reported the province's fifth laboratory-confirmed swine flu death Monday.
RCMP and family search for missing Gods River youth

RCMP and family search for missing Gods River youth

A press conference was held at the office of Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) in Thompson on July 6 with Grand Chief Sydney Garrioch on hand, along with Keewatin Tribal Council Chief Arnold Ouskan, a band councillor from the Manto Sipi Cree Nati

Lynn Lake man killed, woman charged with manslaughter

A 42-year-old Lynn Lake woman has been arrested and charged with manslaughter following the death of a 49-year-old man, also a resident of Lynn Lake, on July 5.

Walnut Avenue Road closure July 2

The City of Thompson Public Works will be conducting an excavation to repair a sanitary service line on Walnut Avenue July 2. To ensure public safety, this road will be closed while crews work.
Over 150 students graduate from R. D. Parker Collegiate

Over 150 students graduate from R. D. Parker Collegiate

The C. A. Nesbitt Arena was the place where parents, relatives and friends of the 153 graduates from R. D. Parker Collegiate in Thompson gathered to witness the handing out of diplomas and reception of scholarships on June 26.

Northern Spirit Manor receives $50,000 in donations for Handivan purchase

The Northern Spirit Manor is well on its way to the purchase of a much needed Handivan, at a cost of around $100,000. A volunteer appreciation night was held at the Northern Spirit Manor on June 18.
Manitoba Hydro donates $2,000 to AFM in Thompson

Manitoba Hydro donates $2,000 to AFM in Thompson

As part of the donations it makes on a yearly basis, Manitoba Hydro in Thompson has presented a cheque for $2,000 to the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) in Thompson.

Northern Restorative Justice looking to catch up after a year of understaffing

Northern Restorative Justice Inc. (NRJ) held its annual general meeting on June 23 in Thompson.

Convention centre for Thompson?

The City of Thompson has approved a conditional use application that allows a local group of investors known as CMF Holdings to construct a conference centre or convention centre at the old heliport hangar at the Burntwood Sea Plane Base north of Jas
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