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OPINION: NDP Favoured Elites With Manitoba MRI Policy

Posted: April 20th at 5:30pm Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba, VOICES
Regular Manitobans waited 23 weeks for MRI’s, the elites got same-day service WINNIPEG, MB. — For decades, the Manitoba NDP have styled themselves as the “defenders of public healthcare.” They…

OPINION: Manitoba Carbon Tax Nothing But A Cash Grab

Posted: April 18th at 6:30pm Featured, NEWS, VOICES
“Revenue Neutral” taxes are a myth WINNIPEG, MB. — As the Manitoba Government prepares to bring in a carbon tax, we can expect to see the words “revenue neutral” in…

My mother: The face of domestic violence

Posted: April 5th at 11:00am Featured, LIFE, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB. - On any given day, more than 3,300 women, along with their 3,000 children, sleep in an emergency shelter to escape domestic violence in Canada. About half (49 per…

Conflicting Polls On Trudeau Muddy Federal Landscape

Posted: April 3rd at 2:00pm Featured, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB - Recent federal polls paint a conflicting picture of Justin Trudeau's support, which could lead to increasing doubt towards the already beleaguered polling industry. Case in point: A…

Opinion: Chiropractic’s Future In Manitoba

Posted: March 25th at 11:30am Featured, NEWS, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB. — Thousands of Manitobans go regularly to chiropractors for subsidized care but that may change soon as a media reports have attacked the profession with one sided reports.…

Asian Roads Feel Chaotic – But Somehow They Work

Posted: March 18th at 5:00pm VOICES
I’ve seen a lot of traffic in my day. I’ve driven three quarters of a million kilometres  in Winnipeg rush hour traffic; I’ve driven coast to coast all over Canada;…

Opinion: Trudeau Betrays Manitoba With Extortion-Style Threats

Posted: March 16th at 6:00pm Featured, NEWS, POLITICS, manitoba, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB – It’s easy for politicians to seem like nice people when they are surrounded by cheering supporters and are reading a prepared speech from a teleprompter. Repeat “Sunny…

The Lesson of Harvey Smith: Put the people first

Posted: March 14th at 9:00am Featured, LIFE, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB. - The passing of longtime Winnipeg council member Harvey Smith evokes the end of an era, a savvy working-class populist who knew the value of giving quotes to…

Why Don’t You Run For Office

Posted: March 12th at 6:30pm Featured, NEWS, manitoba, Winnipeg, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB - What do you think of politicians? Would you be a politician? It may be my perception but I think it's getting harder to find good smart people…

Opinion: Winnipeg Has Serious Problems, Portage & Main Is A Distraction

Posted: March 5th at 11:30am Featured, NEWS, Winnipeg, VOICES
WINNIPEG, MB – Much of the talk after Mayor Brian Bowman’s state of the city speech revolved around the idea of reopening Portage & Main, and the progress that has…
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