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Brandon Sun
War drama Hyena Road to host red carpet screening in WinnipegHyena Road opens in Canadian theatres Oct. 9 War drama Hyena Road, parts of wh
War drama Hyena Road to host red carpet screening in Winnipeg
Brandon Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
Hyena Road opens in Canadian theatres Oct. 9 War drama Hyena Road, parts of which were filmed at CFB Shilo, is expected to host a red-carpet screening later this month in Winnipeg following its world premiere at the Toronto International Film... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Manitoba First Nations advocate says family services seizing a baby a dayThe children’s advocate for Manitoba’s First Nations says social workers are se
Manitoba First Nations advocate says family services seizing a baby a day
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
The children’s advocate for Manitoba’s First Nations says social workers are seizing an average of one newborn baby a day and “shoving them anywhere.” Cora Morgan told The Canadian Press that she was with a mother in hospital on Monday when Child... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Selinger remains least popular premier in CanadaManitoba Premier Greg Selinger is the least popular premier in the country, acc
Selinger remains least popular premier in Canada
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger is the least popular premier in the country, according to an Angus Reid Institute poll. And Selinger’s lack of popularity is still being blamed on the two-year-old decision to hike the provincial sales tax by a point... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As I See ItMulcair's Manitoba problem Not that our province is laden with opportunity for
As I See It
Brandon Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Mulcair's Manitoba problem Not that our province is laden with opportunity for any particular party this election, but Tom Mulcair may have the most to gain or lose in friendly Manitoba come election day. Officially, we have 14 ridings at play this... Read more
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Brandon Sun
OpinionElection campaigns are generally long, exhausting beasts — especially for candi
Opinion
Brandon Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Election campaigns are generally long, exhausting beasts — especially for candidates who spend most of their days knocking on doors, making appearances at local events, gladhanding, and generally dealing with pesky media types like... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Mulcair's Manitoba problemNot that our province is laden with opportunity for any particular party this e
Mulcair's Manitoba problem
Brandon Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Not that our province is laden with opportunity for any particular party this election, but Tom Mulcair may have the most to gain or lose in friendly Manitoba come election day. Officially, we have 14 ridings at play this election. Manitoba is... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Opinion“Manitobans are tired of the same broken promises and want a change for the bet
Opinion
Brandon Sun / Posted 5 days ago
“Manitobans are tired of the same broken promises and want a change for the better. The premier continues to refuse to call a byelection and we think that’s unacceptable. We’re opening our office to show how a PC government would represent positive... Read more
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Brandon Sun
OpinionIn the wake of the high-profile suicide deaths of Amanda Todd and Rehtaeh Parso
Opinion
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
In the wake of the high-profile suicide deaths of Amanda Todd and Rehtaeh Parsons in 2012 and 2013, respectively, provincial governments across the country attempted to address the problem of bullying and cyberbullying by introducing solutions... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Calls for byelection unnecessary, hypocritical“Manitobans are tired of the same broken promises and want a change for the bet
Calls for byelection unnecessary, hypocritical
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
“Manitobans are tired of the same broken promises and want a change for the better. The premier continues to refuse to call a byelection and we think that’s unacceptable. We’re opening our office to show how a PC government would represent positive... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Mulcair tiptoes around Manitoba NDPNDP Leader Tom Mulcair was studiously, politely evasive when asked why Manitoba
Mulcair tiptoes around Manitoba NDP
Brandon Sun / Posted 8 days ago
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair was studiously, politely evasive when asked why Manitoba’s most prominent New Democrat was invisible when the federal campaigner was in Winnipeg last week. Premier Greg Selinger took no spot on a podium, nor was he in the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Big brains in short pants at workIf the Mike Duffy corruption and bribery trial has revealed anything with certa
Big brains in short pants at work
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 days ago
If the Mike Duffy corruption and bribery trial has revealed anything with certainty, it’s that petty, partisan politics trumped integrity — all of it needlessly. The idea of doing the right and easy thing never occurred to any of the cast of... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Manitobans paying the price for NDP's fiscal mismanagementMy grandmother used to say you can’t help those in need if you’re in need yours
Manitobans paying the price for NDP's fiscal mismanagement
Brandon Sun / Posted 12 days ago
My grandmother used to say you can’t help those in need if you’re in need yourself. The NDP government’s fiscal management puts the province in this difficult position, spending much more than it’s bringing in. Even with some of the highest taxes in... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As I See ItSeeking Strand of hope for downtown theatre It would appear that without a four
As I See It
Brandon Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Seeking Strand of hope for downtown theatre It would appear that without a fourth-quarter Hail Mary pass, the curtain has closed on the Strand Theatre saga. As was shared in the Brandon Sun this past week, the one-time megaproject has fizzled out,... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Aug. 10, 2015Slow down and take it easy ... it’s Brandon Regarding the synchronization of t
Aug. 10, 2015
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 days ago
Slow down and take it easy ... it’s Brandon Regarding the synchronization of the street lights in Brandon. I really don’t think synchronization will work for any streets anywhere, unless you are the first person or the first few vehicles at those... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As I See ItGround game key in marathon campaign In what will be the second-longest campaig
As I See It
Brandon Sun / Posted 26 days ago
Ground game key in marathon campaign In what will be the second-longest campaign in Canadian history, the marathon 42nd election is officially underway. As the writ dropped this past Sunday, all three of the main leaders were quick to lay out their... Read more
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Brandon Sun
OpinionEditorial Cartoon - Aug. 5, 2015 Moody’s has downgraded Manitoba’s credit rati
Opinion
Brandon Sun / Posted 27 days ago
Editorial Cartoon - Aug. 5, 2015 Moody’s has downgraded Manitoba’s credit rating; NDP Premier Greg Selinger reaffirmed his party’s policy that calls for Canada’s Senate to be abolished; Manitoba’s ombudsman stated she will investigate the Selinger... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Focus on top priorities, not booze pricesA large number of issues have hit the news headlines since June 30 of this year
Focus on top priorities, not booze prices
Brandon Sun / Posted 27 days ago
A large number of issues have hit the news headlines since June 30 of this year: Moody’s has downgraded Manitoba’s credit rating; NDP Premier Greg Selinger reaffirmed his party’s policy that calls for Canada’s Senate to be abolished; Manitoba’s... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Governments team up to build new Daly OverpassBrandon East NDP MLA Drew Caldwell and Brandon-Souris Conservative MP Larry Mag
Governments team up to build new Daly Overpass
Brandon Sun / Posted 28 days ago
Brandon East NDP MLA Drew Caldwell and Brandon-Souris Conservative MP Larry Maguire made a joint announcement which will see a new four-lane bridge replace Daly Overpass following construction of the First Street bridges. The federal government will... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada's electoral geography: Where parties are likely to gain seatsCanada does not have one national election. Practically, Canada has five region
Canada's electoral geography: Where parties are likely to gain seats
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
Canada does not have one national election. Practically, Canada has five regional elections on the same day, producing a parliament and government. Although there are local variations – rural versus urban, northern versus southern – common elements... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As I See ItBridge's fate discussed for many years There is plenty of reason to believe we
As I See It
Brandon Sun / Posted 1 months ago
Bridge's fate discussed for many years There is plenty of reason to believe we are witnessing the final days of the Eighth Street bridge. Mired deep down on the priority list, as well as being the only bridge that rests solely on the shoulders of the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Timing is everything for overpassThe bees are buzzing, the smell of construction is in the air, the campgrounds
Timing is everything for overpass
Brandon Sun / Posted 1 months ago
The bees are buzzing, the smell of construction is in the air, the campgrounds are doing a thumping good business, and that whooshing sound you hear is the flow of millions of dollars in cash flowing into Brandon-Souris. Welcome to the summer of... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Swan River facility seeks to improve health-care accessThursday’s ribbon cutting marked the grand opening of Swan River’s new primary
Swan River facility seeks to improve health-care access
Brandon Sun / Posted 1 months ago
Thursday’s ribbon cutting marked the grand opening of Swan River’s new primary care centre, which promises to improve access to health care for people living in the northern Manitoba community. The 6,000 square foot Swan Valley Primary Care Centre... Read more

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