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Manitoba faces unexpected fiscal impacts, must restart our economy: Premier Brian Pallister

Manitoba/IBNS: Manitoba government's release of its economic and fiscal update assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was announced June 30 by Manitoba's Premier Brian Pallister and Manitoba's Finance Minister Scott Fielding, media reports said.

Canada: Cree artist's painting of partially nude Trudeau with laughing women draws criticism

Manitoba/IBNS: Renowned Cree artist Kent Monkman's new painting titled Hanky Panky depicting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau partially nude on all fours, surrounded by laughing indigenous women, has been widely condemned for its portrayal of sexual violence and disrespect for the First Nations traditions, media reports said.

Manitoba officials apprehend Indigenous Winnipeg woman's new born child

Winnipeg/Toronto, Jan 16 (IBNS): A Facebook video of an infant's removal, soon after her birth, from her indigenous mother from Winnipeg (Manitoba) has caused an international attention, media reports said.

Canada: Man dies in tornado in Manitoba

Winnipeg, Aug 4 (IBNS): A man has died in a tornado which touched down near Alonsa, Manitoba, on Friday night, media reports said.

Canada: Woman charged with disposing 6 infants in storage locker

Toronto, Feb 7 (IBNS): Andrea Giesbrecht from Winnipeg has been found guilty of disposing of the remains of six infants in a U-Haul storage locker, media reports said.

Second switched-at-birth case in Manitoba termed a gross-error

Toronto, Sep 22 (IBNS): A second set of DNA tests have confirmed that two men were switched at birth at a Norway House Indian Hospital in the same year and the government has appointed an independent third party to investigate what went wrong, reports said.