Pallister’s PST case thrown out

A legal bid by Opposition Leader Brian Pallister to reverse the hike of the provincial sales tax without a referendum has been thrown out of court. In a 15-page decision released Friday, Court of Queen’s Bench Judge Kenneth Hanssen said Pallister and his Progressive Conservatives didn’t have a Read More

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A century-old love story

The walls didn’t talk in the century-old Wolseley home Lori Dustan Lafond and her husband, Darrell, moved into six years ago. But the floorboards did. Darrell vividly remembers the moment and how it happened. He and his dad, Denis, were renovating the house, and they had just pulled out a […]

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Multiple DUIs net 15-month jail sentence

A Lockport man arrested for being drunk at the wheel five times in a year visibly trembled in court Friday while vowing to never again let another drop of liquor pass his lips. “It’s a miracle of God that I’m still alive to speak these words,” a distressed Marcus Kleinsasser […]

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Back on track to Churchill

PASSENGER rail service between Gillam and Churchill is finally back on track. Six weeks after a derailment forced rail service to shut down, a Via Rail Canada train was scheduled to leave Gillam bound for the land of polar bears and belugas at 11:30 p.m. Friday night. The first train […]

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Steinbach teen missing

Steinbach RCMP are requesting the help of the public in locating Cashala Krahn, 14, of the Steinbach area. She was last seen on Thursday in the Steinbach area. She is described as 5’4 tall, 150 lbs, with short blond, wavy hair, and Caucasian in appearance. Krahn resides in the Steinbach […]

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