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Safety Regulations to be Left Out of Red Tape Reduction, says Families Minister

The executive director of the Manitoba Child Care Association says yesterday's Throne Speech contains things to be encouraged by and there are some things to be worried about.

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As Expected, Transit Takes Hit in City Budget

It's going to cost more to head downtown in Winnipeg, whether you're driving or taking the bus.

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This Week on Intermezzo: The Music of Virgil Thompson

"I've never known a musician who regretted being one. Whatever deceptions life has in store for you, music itself is not going to let you down.”- Virgil Thompson

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Conductor Bramwell Tovey Heading Home To London

It was just announced that Maestro Tovey will be the new Principle Conductor with the BBC Concert Orchestra. He's heading home!

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Sad News Today: The Great Russian Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky Has Passed Away

The singer died this morning at the age of 55. He had been receiving treatment for a malignant brain tumour.

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Nursing Students Show Off Skills in Shanghai

Two Red River College nursing students can now say they're among the best in the world -- and they've got the hardware to prove it.

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Child Care and Health Care among Targets of Throne Speech

So begins the third session of the Manitoba Legislature's 41st sitting.

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Prairie Theatre Exchange Presents Ubuntu (The Cape Town Project)

A story about the rhythms that connect us across time and continents . . .Watch a clip from this fantastic play and an interview with one of the original actors--Andile Nebulane. And go check it out! Unbunto is on right now until November 26.

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Operation Red Nose Looking for Volunteers

Operation Red Nose will hit the streets for the holiday season this upcoming Friday, but they're still searching for volunteers to fill shifts. 

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Ski Hill Opens Earlier than Ever

Stony Mountain Ski Hill is open for the season.

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Families Soon to Move into Habitat for Humanity Homes

Twenty-one homes were built in St. James through the Habitat for Humanity Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, and today, two families were given keys.

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Province Renews Push for Online Organ Donation Registration

The Province of Manitoba wants more people to become organ donors. 

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