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Assiniboine students cook up tasty treats

What the heck is pork collar? That was my first question when I was told it would be the star of the Manitoba Pork competition held at the Assiniboine Community College’s culinary arts program Wednesday.
Manitoba government blocked by Opposition from tabling budget

Manitoba government blocked by Opposition from tabling budget

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's Opposition New Democrats blocked the government from introducing its budget Wednesday, prompting Premier Brian Pallister to bail on a first ministers meeting in Ottawa later this week.
The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest news on the novel coronavirus and the illness dubbed COVID-19 (all times Eastern): 7:22 p.m. The BC Council of Forest Industries is cancelling its 2020 convention in Prince George because of COVID-19.
The latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada

The latest numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of March 11, 2020: — Ontario: 42 confirmed — British Columbia: 46 confirmed, including 1 death — Alberta: 19 confirmed — Quebec: 8 confirmed — New Brunswick: 1 presumptive —
Canadian soldiers safe after deadly rocket attack kills in Iraq: DND

Canadian soldiers safe after deadly rocket attack kills in Iraq: DND

OTTAWA — The Department of National Defence reported all Canadian service members safe following a rocket attack on a military base in Iraq Wednesday.

New Brunswick reports Atlantic region's first presumptive case of COVID-19

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick public health officials are reporting the province's first presumptive case of COVID-19.

Province announces new post-secondary grants

Post-secondary students in Richmond and the rest of BC are eligible for new provincial grants.
Criminal case against top military judge collapses, charges withdrawn

Criminal case against top military judge collapses, charges withdrawn

OTTAWA — The criminal case against Canada's top military judge has collapsed. The Canadian Armed Forces' top prosecutor announced Wednesday that he was withdrawing all four charges against chief military judge Col.

UNDRIP, COVID-19 key issues for talks with PM and premiers: Indigenous leaders

OTTAWA — Leaders of Canada's three national Indigenous organizations say they plan to turn up the heat on the Liberal government's promise to enact the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples when they meet with Prime Minister Justin Trude
Politics in the time of COVID-19: campaigns in Canada, U.S. pivot amid outbreak

Politics in the time of COVID-19: campaigns in Canada, U.S. pivot amid outbreak

WASHINGTON — The glad-handing, confetti-and-skimmer-hat spirit of North American retail politics is on a collision course with the realities of life in a pandemic.