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Cathy Merrick re-elected for second term as leader of Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Cathy Merrick re-elected for second term as leader of Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

WAYWAYSEECAPPO FIRST NATION — First Nations chiefs in Manitoba have voted to keep Cathy Merrick as the leader of the organization that represents the majority of First Nations in the province.
Cathy Merrick re-elected for second term as leader of Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

Cathy Merrick re-elected for second term as leader of Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

WAYWAYSEECAPPO FIRST NATION — First Nations chiefs in Manitoba have voted to keep Cathy Merrick as the leader of the organization that represents the majority of First Nations in the province.
Manitoba RCMP officer charged with assault following investigation: police watchdog

Manitoba RCMP officer charged with assault following investigation: police watchdog

THE PAS — A Manitoba RCMP officer has been charged after a woman complained she was assaulted during a domestic call last year. Police were called to a home in The Pas in September after receiving reports of a dispute between two women.
Manitoba RCMP officer charged with assault following investigation: police watchdog

Manitoba RCMP officer charged with assault following investigation: police watchdog

THE PAS — A Manitoba RCMP officer has been charged after a woman complained she was assaulted during a domestic call last year. Police were called to a home in The Pas in September after receiving reports of a dispute between two women.
Manitoba Chiefs decry reduced federal funds for residential school searches

Manitoba Chiefs decry reduced federal funds for residential school searches

OTTAWA — The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs criticized the federal government for reducing funds to search the grounds of former residential schools, saying in a statement they are profoundly disappointed and outraged.
Manitoba Chiefs decry reduced federal funds for residential school searches

Manitoba Chiefs decry reduced federal funds for residential school searches

OTTAWA — The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs criticized the federal government for reducing funds to search the grounds of former residential schools, saying in a statement they are profoundly disappointed and outraged.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers add veteran defensive back Grymes to practice roster

Winnipeg Blue Bombers add veteran defensive back Grymes to practice roster

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers added veteran defensive back Aaron Grymes to the practice roster Tuesday. Grymes, 33, was released in January by the Edmonton Elks after missing the 2022 and 2023 seasons with a knee injury.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers add veteran defensive back Grymes to practice roster

Winnipeg Blue Bombers add veteran defensive back Grymes to practice roster

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers added veteran defensive back Aaron Grymes to the practice roster Tuesday. Grymes, 33, was released in January by the Edmonton Elks after missing the 2022 and 2023 seasons with a knee injury.

Chang grabs early lead in Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championship

VANCOUVER — Sixteen-year-old Ha Young Chang carded three birdies on the first nine holes and then rolled to a 4-under 68 in Monday's opening round of the Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championship. Chang, of Surrey, B.C.

Chang grabs early lead in Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championship

VANCOUVER — Sixteen-year-old Ha Young Chang carded three birdies on the first nine holes and then rolled to a 4-under 68 in Monday's opening round of the Canadian Junior Girls Golf Championship. Chang, of Surrey, B.C.