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The City of Thompson will spend $4,200 for its one-third contribution to complete the business plan for Spirit Way Arts Centre, an amount that will be matched by Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) Inc. and the Keewatin Tribal Council (KTC).

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Sex toy shop coming to Severn Crescent
Thompson marks one-year anniversary of residential schools apology

Thompson marks one-year anniversary of residential schools apology

MacLean Park was the gathering place in Thompson on June 11 for all those who wanted to come out and celebrate, as well as remember, the historic apology Prime Minister Stephen Harper made to aboriginal survivors of residential schools last year in t

Thompson Community Foundation has drop in attendance for fifth annual wine tasting evening

Attendance at this year's Thompson Community Foundation fifth annual wine tasting evening dropped off dramatically from last year, down to about 120 tickets sold compared to about 180 last year. That matches a low set in 2007.

Thompson RCMP searching for missing Oxford House man

The Thompson RCMP detachment received a report on June 6 asking them to locate 37-year-old Bernard Hart of Oxford House. Hart, who had left Oxford House to travel to Thompson, was last seen in here around May 28.

Cross Lake man dies in collision 25 kilometres south of Thompson

Thompson Fire and Emergency Services, along with the Thompson RCMP, responded to a fatal motor vehicle accident on June 12. The emergency services personnel and RCMP responded to the accident, which happened at about 5:20 p.m.

Thompson Citizen launches new website tomorrow

The Thompson Citizen tomorrow takes another big leap forward in the online world with a major website re-launch as Glacier Media Inc. of Vancouver, the paper's owner, continues to rollout Internet editions of its newspapers across Western Canada.
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.
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