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183 new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba on Saturday, highest daily number since January
The province also announced three deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday. Most of the new COVID-19 cases announced were in the Winnipeg health region, which posted 127 new infections.
Municipal council's decision to force Lake Manitoba business relocation 'unethical,' owner says
Citing access and safety concerns, the RM of Grahamdale has told Steep Rock Kayak and Canoe owner Peter Hofbauer to relocate the rental business he’s operated along Lake Manitoba’s popular shorefront since 2008.
Hundreds protest Manitoba's COVID-19 public health orders at The Forks
At least 300 people gathered at The Forks on Saturday to protest Manitoba's public health orders, breaking gathering rules in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 as well as more contagious coronavirus variants.
Manitoba age eligibility expands to 56 and over: The latest COVID-19 vaccine info
Eligibility for a COVID-19 vaccine has expanded to include Manitobans 56 and older, and First Nations people 36 and over, the province announced on Saturday.
Manitoba Health ordered to reimburse man with ALS for virtual appointment with out-of-country specialist
A Manitoba man with a terminal illness has won a battle with the government over outdated rules that prevented him from being reimbursed for a virtual appointment during the pandemic.
New restrictions on pause as Manitoba contemplates a 'comfortable' COVID case plateau
Public school teachers driven by passion, not market forces, educator writes