The new task force will assist Manitoba farmers with climate-related challenges. (File photo)

Agri-task force appointed

A new task force is being established to assist Manitoba farmers recover from climate-related challenges by identifying, creating and implementing sus

The late Rev. Glen Thompson, his wife Jesmondine, and their children (back row, left to right), Jennifer, Ann, Laurie, Murray, Heather, and Sheila. (Submitted photo)

Thoughtful donation

Often, the most important gifts are the ones born out of seeing a need and that is exactly what transpired at Betel Home with the generous donation by

Thomas Johnson is a Financial Advisor with Cascade Financial Group. You can email him at ThomasJohnsonMB@outlook com. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, QMI Agency)

When it comes to RRSPs

The countdown is officially on to squeeze in your 2014 Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) contributions, with the deadline falling March 2 this

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Room for improvement

One thing Rana Bokhari was bang on about was the necessity for the Manitoba Liberals to present themselves as being a big tent political party.

Jamal Abas with provincial Liberal leader Rana Bokhari. Abas was acclaimed as the party's candidate for the Interlake at a nomination meeting in Fisher Branch. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, QMI Agency)

Candidate acclaimed

It is now official - Jamal Abas is the Liberal candidate for the provincial constituency of Interlake.

In the Chamber Choir are, back row (l to r) Sara Berg, Katrina Nugent, Brandon Abraham, Tristan Baird, Bethany Jongstra, Emily Bouvier, Sarah Crellin and Sydney Lockhart. In the front row (l to r) are Alyssa Clark, Anna O’Neill, Cole Short, Donnie McIntyre, Destiny Guimond and Lily Reder. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, QMI Agency)

An evening of music

The bands and choirs of Stonewall Collegiate Institute performed Jan. 21. Among those were the Grad 9/10 Choir, Grad 9/10 Band, Gade 11/12 Choir, Cham

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks at a news conference in Richmond Hill, Ontario, January 30, 2015. Canada's main spy agency, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), will get new powers aimed at disrupting potential terror attacks under security legislation unveiled on Friday, REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Government unveils new anti-terror bill

The government’s new anti-terror bill proposes significant new powers for police and CSIS, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper insists jihadists are the real threat to Canadians’ freedoms.