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Whether in Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic is changing our lives. Here you will find all the news throughout the day related to this crisis that is affecting the population, governments and the economy. LAST BALANCE SHEET 8:30 am PLANETARY Case: 10 168 657 Dead: 502,387 Recovered: 5,158,153 UNITED STATES Case: […]

Living Portager in Wisconsin Battles Lyme Disease

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Injected vaccines The only way to fight the flu this season

Vaccines are the most important thing for many who talk about illnesses during the flu season, and many were also talking about a nasal spray variant that makes the experience quick and easy. However, in reality, no nasal spray vaccines are offered, says Bev Unger, Regional Manager of Public Health and Healthy Living. The flu […]

Firefighters fight the fire of the car store on Provencher Boulevard

WINNIPEG – Six people were taken to the hospital after a fire broke out in a Winnipeg car shop Thursday night. The City of Winnipeg said the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service was called into business at block 100 of Provencher Boulevard at 8:18 p.m. Smoke and flames from the building were seen. The teams began […]

Stolen dog during car theft met with the owner

WINNIPEG – Mikki, the two-year-old border collie, is meeting with its owner after being kidnapped in an alleged car theft. Mary Perron, the owner of Mikki, will pick her up at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, almost two days after the incident. “Some people called me, found her, opened the door and she ran in,” Perron said. […]

Wet’suwet’en support protest closes Portage and Main

WINNIPEG – Around 400 people closed Portage Avenue and Main Street during Monday night’s rush hour to gather behind the pipe’s opponents in the Wet’s Firstwet’s Nation in northern B.C. Protesters also stopped traffic on a stretch of Edmonton Street. “This is one of the biggest fights we are facing right now in Canada,” said […]

At least two Winnipeg Co-op service stations have fuel again

WINNIPEG – Winnipeggers who like to use the Cooperative for their gas needs have at least two locations that are once again pumping fuel. Customers can fill out at 1745 Kenaston Blvd. and 1376 Regent Ave. West, although there is no premium gas at the Regent location. The employees of both places confirmed that the […]