Team Lagassé has a new home. As a result of the boundary changes that took place last year, St. Adolphe-where our former constituency office was-is no longer a part of the Dawson Trail riding. We’re now breaking in our brand-new office in Ste. Anne.
It does not take a linguist to realize that French and Latin just have a smoother tone than German or Dutch. So if I say the name of this Rose in English, it will definitely lose something.
Canada’s government has decided to expand the scope of medical assistance in dying (MAID). MAID has been legal in Canada since June 2016.
Later this month, the Liberal Government will table new legislation expanding access to medical assistance in dying (MAID).
In southwestern Congo where I was born the sandy, palm-lined avenues of Kamayala frame the rural home of the majority of my childhood.
Ensuring that our education system is adequately funded is important, but that doesn’t make it simple. In fact, the way in which our K-12 education system is funded in Manitoba is very complex.
Sustainable isn’t enough. Sustainable just maintains the current state of degraded soil. What’s needed is a regenerative agriculture … to restore the soil to the level of nutrients that existed prior to industrial farming.
Kateryna Kryvolap is an artist, originally from Ukraine, who makes her home in Steinbach, Canada. She was raised and educated in an artistic family where she found her passion for fine art that was passed from generation to generation.
Begonias, are one of the most beautiful bloomers in the annual flower world. Or at least in our limited Manitoba selection.
Canadians were shocked to learn that the Parole Board of Canada allowed a convicted murderer with a history of domestic violence to be released on day parole so that he could meet prostitutes in order to satisfy his “sexual needs.” This decision resulted in the preventable death of another young woman, 22-year-old Marylène Lévesque, earlier this year.