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Radio Noon - Manitoba | May 9, 2013 | 6:43

Portage Nursing Shortage

If your expecting a baby and live in the Portage area you need to know that the obstetrics unit is closed right now because of a nursing shortage. That means you may need to be sent to Winnipeg, Brandon, or Winkler to have your baby

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