Province Salutes 14 Manitoba Athletes at 2016 Olympics, Paralympics

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Province Announces Plan for Midwifery Students to Complete Program

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Province Announces Plan for Midwifery Students to Complete Program

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Northern Manitobans Among Those to Benefit from $7-Million Increase to Rent Assist: Fielding

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Ministers to Meet with Northern Organizations, Partners to Discuss Furthering Regional Economic Opportunities

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Governments of Canada and Manitoba Support Two Wastewater Treatment Plant Projects

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Critical Alert – Tornado – Aug 04, 2016 at 11:40AM

This is an Alberta Emergency Alert. Environment Canada has issued a Tornado Alert. This alert is in effect for: Vermilion River County #24. At 11:40 AM, a tornado was spotted 4 km east of Vermilion, moving east at 40 km/h. Communities in the path include: Islay. If you are in the affected area: Seek shelter immediately in a basement or reinforced structure if a tornado develops. Get low and put as many walls between yourself and the storm as possible. Stay away from windows, doors and outside walls. If you are on the highway and cannot avoid the tornado, seek shelter in a ditch or ravine. For details visit www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca or stay tuned to local media.
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Manitoba launches new Streamlined Application Process for Infrastructure Funding

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Great Manitoba Food Fight Celebrates Decade of Showcasing New, Local Favourites

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Information Alert – High Water Level – Aug 02, 2016 at 09:13PM

This is an Alberta Emergency Alert. Grande Prairie Regional Emergency Partnership has issued a High Water Level Alert. This alert is in effect for: Grande Prairie. Following a summer storm that passed over the Grande Prairie area this evening, emergency crews have received numerous calls for service primarily relating to flooding. First responders are attending all calls and assessing for eminent danger. If you are in the affected area: Use caution when approaching flooded areas. If possible, do not drive through flooded roadways. Avoid storm ponds, Bear Creek, and low lying areas. Use caution around manhole covers and storm drains. Follow the directions of local authorities. For details visit www.emergencyalert.alberta.ca or stay tuned to local media.
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