As of Tuesday of this week there were 103 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba and the province had record one death as a result of the virus.
The environmentalist’s dilemma is a slowing of the economy coinciding with a drop in the price of oil. For people concerned about the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere by human activity, a slowdown of the economy is good news.
Kids are cruel. I remember when two friends told me in grade 5 that I walked like a girl. It bothered me for months. I remember walking down the hallways of Parc La Salle school trying to walk differently than what came naturally to me.
Let’s pick up out topic again with a very special maple. This is a tree that has trouble with cracking on the trunk, and it is the Purple Leaf Norway Maples.
When Jesus was preaching and teaching during His time on earth, parents would bring their children on their first birthday so that they would receive the blessing of Christ.
Despite the fluidity of the COVID-19 situation, rest assured my staff, colleagues and I are working hard to support the needs of Canadians and facilitate relief during these unprecedented times.
I walked through the village on a bright and sunny morning on Monday. The birds were chirping, the sun was warm, the air was crisp, and the village was quiet.
As of Wednesday of this week there were 35 confirmed and probable cases of Covid-19 in Manitoba. It seems that these days, when it comes to the coronavirus, information changes by the hour.
Almost exactly ten years ago, the South Eastman Transition Initiative came into existence. The Initiative was then and is now a loose grouping of individuals who have coalesced around the notion that our lifestyle, focused on consumption, was and is unsustainable.