Mar 19 - Today in Steinbach

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Living in the Now

In his book, Everything Belongs, Richard Rohr contends that in order to develop a deep and comprehensive spirituality it is essential that we learn to “live in the now”.

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Bogus auto theft claim and embellished injuries highlight Fraud Prevention Month

March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada and Manitoba Public Insurance, in support of this initiative, has released three frauds which were recently discovered thanks to solid investigative efforts.

Manitoba Beef Producers to offer six bursaries in 2018

Manitoba Beef Producers will again award six $500 bursaries to deserving Manitoba students in 2018.

Staggered campground bookings make reservations simpler

The Manitoba government will once again offer a staggered opening for campground reservations which is designed to address wait times when the reservation system opens.

Pedestrian fatality near La Broquerie

A 42-year-old La Broquerie man is dead after being struck by a vehicle on Highway 52 near La Broquerie, Manitoba.

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Senior left covering cost of knee braces after Manitoba Health refuses to pay

Curling, dancing and farming came easy to Wes Vanstone before his knees gave out, but Manitoba Health refuses to cover the bionic knee braces he needs now.

Winnipeg relative says widow and baby in more limbo as they hide in Afghanistan

The sister-in-law of a widow who has been hiding in Afghanistan with her baby following her late husband’s execution, says the mother has been told she must go to India to make her asylum plea but can’t get into the country, so she remains in danger.

Beyond 94: Where is Canada at with reconciliation?

A new national, interactive website will now monitor the progress of one of Canada's most important tools for change — the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action.

Winnipeg panel looks at Indigenous healing practices as alternative to justice system

The trials involving the killing of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine have put the Canadian justice system under scrutiny, with critics saying the system is failing Indigenous communities. So is there a better way?

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