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  • Winnipeg school division apologizes to parents for suicide video - Manitoba - CBC News
    matter Love is all you need Click here to watch to the video Note CBC News does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external links Brothers said the teacher will return to the classroom next week She was not disciplined he added Our understanding is her students and a very healthy percentage of the parents really want her to be back working with these kids he said We expect this teacher will be successful for years to come DeBaets has said he was unhappy to hear the teacher was still working with students without facing any reprimand The U S based creator and director of Love is all you need said the version that the Winnipeg students saw was aimed at adults and maybe older teenagers not a young audience Kim Rocco Shields said she is working on an alternative ending that can be shown in classrooms in which the main character lives Brothers said teachers must vet and judge any material that they want to show to students However he added that he wants teachers to have the autonomy and resources to bring in new material to help students address difficult issues in society There are issues in our culture we know we have issues with bullying we know we have issues with racism and homophobia and this is huge stuff Brothers said We want our teachers to wade into this and help our young people in age appropriate ways to become better citizens With files from the CBC s Sean Kavanagh Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Manitoba News Headlines Man found dead linked to Winnipeg street gang A 23 year old man found dead in a Winnipeg alley on the weekend had ties to the Mad Cowz street gang more RCMP identify fatal crash victims as Winnipeg teens RCMP have released more details about the victims of a fatal crash in the RM of St Andrews over the weekend more Attempted murder charges laid after 76 year old stabbed A 69 year old man is facing attempted murder charges after a stabbing in the Jefferson area of Winnipeg more Shaw experiences phone service outage Thousands of Shaw phone customers from Winnipeg to Thunder Bay have been left without service more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/05/31/mb-suicide-video-school-response-winnipeg.html (2013-06-03)
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  • St. Norbert Farmers' Market opens 25th season - CBC Manitoba
    at the market every year since When it opens this Saturday for the start of the 2013 season she will be there with tables full of strawberries herbs and fresh cut flowers And so will thousands of customers and more than 100 vendors The nice thing about the market is that it has been growing organically It s been a nice gradual development says Marilyn Firth a vegetable vendor and the market s community services manager St Norbert Farmers Market started with just eight vendors now has 150 on the roster courtesy SNFM It s a stark contrast to the market s early days Let s put it this way vendors had a lot more free time then than they do now Now they re busy all day Firth says These days a sunny Saturday in July attracts about 10 000 customers to the market which has expanded to Wednesday evenings too Over the years the produce selection has grown Now heirloom multi coloured carrots are common Courtesy SNFM Today the tables and trucks are loaded with a bounty of vegetables herbs honey locally raised meats fish sausages among many other foodstuffs Bread pastries and pies loaded with Manitoba grown berries are also on hand Jewelry handmade clothes and satchels wooden toys tie dyed T shirts and garden accents broaden the market s selection today With live music and food trucks on site the market has become a go to stop every Saturday for both customers and farmers More than picking up the weeks produce the market has connected people to the food they eat and the farmers and producers on the fields says Firth It s really lovely because it s bringing Manitoba into the city The St Norbert Farmers Market opens Saturday June 1 Related Links Buzz is

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/scene/food/2013/05/30/st-norbert-farmers-market-opens-25th-season/ (2013-06-03)
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  • 2 women killed in rollover near Selkirk - Manitoba - CBC News
    News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Manitoba News Headlines Man found dead linked to Winnipeg street gang A 23 year old man found dead in a Winnipeg alley on the weekend had ties to the Mad Cowz street gang more RCMP identify fatal crash victims as Winnipeg teens RCMP have released more details about the victims of a fatal crash in the RM of St Andrews over the weekend more Attempted murder charges laid after 76 year old stabbed A 69 year old man is facing attempted murder charges after a stabbing in the Jefferson area of Winnipeg more Shaw experiences phone service outage Thousands of Shaw phone customers from Winnipeg to Thunder Bay have been left without service more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Don Pittis Stephen Poloz will be an economic party pooper at Bank of Canada An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis as new Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz takes over today for a seven year term more Funnel cloud filmed by Ontario storm chaser indeed a tornado Environment Canada confirms that a tornado touched down on the weekend just west of Kenilworth Ont after the sighting was reported by a local storm chaser more Most Viewed Most Commented Truck driver dies after dropping through washed out road Winnipeg police investigate suspicious matter in St Boniface area Flooding in Morden Man from heavy rains Winnipeg Pride Parade draws crowds Police try to identify 2 women killed in crash near Selkirk Reprimanded financial adviser faces new lawsuit Winnipeg school division apologizes to parents for suicide video 2 women killed in rollover near Selkirk Manitoba sues flooded out First Nations Features LIVE Falcon Cams Watch pairs of endangered peregrine falcons nest in Manitoba Events WAG 100 Masters Only in Canada May 11 August 18 2013 Big Box Advertisement Show previous slide

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/06/01/mb-fatal-rollover.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Homesteader Fest offers lessons in prairie life skills - Manitoba - CBC News
    in good working condition according to Antonius We re passing on skills to other people who maybe don t know where to find the information or maybe are just scared to do it on their own Dawn Cross farmer and workshop leader Percy herself is offering a workshop on fermentation Anywhere you look in the world there is fermented food that is indigenous to that region A lot of us remember a crock of sauerkraut said Percy adding the simpler method of preserving food was a precursor to canning Farmer Dawn Cross will offer soap making lessons at the fest She already offers classes on how to butcher chickens and sew Cross was also once a city girl and said the fest isn t just for people interested in homesteading in the country but urbanites who want to learn how to bring the farm to the city We re passing on skills to other people who maybe don t know where to find the information or maybe are just scared to do it on their own said Cross The fest runs all day Saturday Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Manitoba News Headlines Man found dead linked to Winnipeg street gang A 23 year old man found dead in a Winnipeg alley on the weekend had ties to the Mad Cowz street gang more RCMP identify fatal crash victims as Winnipeg teens RCMP have released more details about the victims of a fatal crash in the RM of St Andrews over the weekend more Attempted murder charges laid after 76 year old stabbed A 69 year old man is facing attempted murder charges after a stabbing in the Jefferson area of Winnipeg more Shaw experiences phone service outage Thousands of Shaw phone customers from Winnipeg to Thunder Bay have been left without service more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/05/31/mb-homesteader-fest-prairie-life-skills-winnipeg.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Manitoba | Falcon Cams
    How You Can Help Since 2006 CBC Manitoba and the Peregrine Falcon Recovery Project Manitoba have collaborated to provide Manitobans with the opportunity to observe a family of peregrines on the Falcon Cam as they nest and prepare to welcome their chicks Winnipeg Radisson Hotel Brandon McKenzie Seeds Download Flash Player to view this content Pop up Player Submit Screenshot Technical problems Troubleshoot Princess Ivy The peregrine pair has laid 4 eggs in a nest located on the roof of the Radisson hotel in downtown Winnipeg Day old falcon chick dies in rainy chilly Winnipeg Download Flash Player to view this content Pop up Player Submit Screenshot Technical problems Troubleshoot Brooklyn Hurricane The peregrine pair has laid 3 eggs in a nest located on the roof of the McKenzie Seeds building in Brandon Latest Updates Tweets by mbperegrines Related Stories Falcon chick takes flight in Winnipeg Peregrine falcon chicks get leg bands Falcon chicks emerge from shells atop Winnipeg hotel WATCH Falcon Cam takes flight Sponsors CBC Global Footer Navigation CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World News Parents Program Guide Radio Sports Television CBC Member Centre CBC Player CBC Shop

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/features/falcon/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Newborn falcon dies after deluge over Winnipeg - Manitoba - CBC News
    this had been spread out over five days it would have been irritating for the birds but they would of sort of gone with it and the chicks would have been fine Maconachie said the chick looked warm and dry before it died which was a good sign but ultimately the feedings were too far apart In the next 10 days the pair will have to protect their other eggs and any that hatch from the elements The number one risk to chicks in the first 10 days of life is getting wet and cold In 2008 heavy June rains killed three chicks before they had a chance to fly Now the falcons have been avoiding peeping or making noises at the remaining three eggs they are incubating Falcons typically make noise to encourage chicks to hatch When the weather clears up it is expected the falcons will become more vocal to encourage the other eggs to hatch As for the dead chick Maconachie said Princess will likely toss it over the side of the building far from her eggs Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Manitoba News Headlines Man found dead linked to Winnipeg street gang A 23 year old man found dead in a Winnipeg alley on the weekend had ties to the Mad Cowz street gang more RCMP identify fatal crash victims as Winnipeg teens RCMP have released more details about the victims of a fatal crash in the RM of St Andrews over the weekend more Attempted murder charges laid after 76 year old stabbed A 69 year old man is facing attempted murder charges after a stabbing in the Jefferson area of Winnipeg more Shaw experiences phone service outage Thousands of Shaw phone customers from Winnipeg to Thunder Bay have been left without service more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2 400 young people so they can deliver anti bullying workshops in their communities it was announced at the Ottawa school of a student who died after years of bullying more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/05/31/mb-newborn-falcons-risk-rain-winnipeg.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Manitoba sues flooded-out First Nations - Manitoba - CBC News
    authority whatsoever to determine when to release water where to release it That all lies within the hands of the province Cameron said the province s latest action is ironic and a slap in the face The province has also filed third party claims against the Little Saskatchewan and Dauphin River First Nations It s actually astounding and reprehensible and quite frankly just plain wrong said Winnipeg lawyer Harley Schachter who is representing both communities For the province to allege that chief and council are somehow at fault for what has befallen them is actually bordering on abusive he added It reminds me quite frankly of the guy who abuses his wife hits her all the time and blames her for having her face in front of his fist when he swings Schachter said fair minded Manitobans know that First Nations in the Interlake were sacrificed to save the homes and personal belongings of tens of thousands of Manitobans and sacrificed to save the farmers fields all of which would have been flooded Little Saskatchewan First Nation Coun Al Shorting said he was taken aback to learn of the government s lawsuit Well that s pretty stupid because they re the ones that are creating the damage he said They re the ones that created the Portage Diversion Those are the people responsible for the flooding Province called the shots says co ordinator The province has also filed a claim against the Pinaymootang First Nation also known as the Fairford First Nation Cliff Anderson who was the First Nation s flood co ordinator during the 2011 flood said when it comes to the government s claim he ll keep his response to himself I have my own thoughts on that but it s not something that s printable he said Anderson who is also the lead plaintiff in the potential class action lawsuit said it isn t as if First Nations were calling the shots during the flood it was the government I think they came back three times revising how high the water was going to be he said In the end after a while we couldn t get back to the sites to re top the dikes that we had Anderson said he doesn t disagree that things might have been different for everyone concerned If they had given us a good answer right at the start on how high the water was going to be maybe we would have had proper flood protection in place he said Raikes said the province s strategy of filing five separate claims makes things more complicated than they need to be They re just trying to play divide and conquer he said adding that the strategy means one First Nation could be played off against another allowing separate deals to be cut The province is also opposing the motion to certify the class action Raikes said he is still hopeful they may be in court this fall but he admits it

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/05/30/mb-lawsuit-flood-first-nations-manitoba.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Suicide video shown at Winnipeg school enrages dad - Manitoba - CBC News
    Los Angeles based creator and director of the video told CBC News the version that is posted on YouTube and was viewed by the students in Winnipeg was meant for an older audience It was created to open eyes of more adults and maybe teenagers late teens that couldn t really grasp the idea of why kids were being bullied and why kids were taking their own lives she said in an interview Rocco Shields said she has met with educators to create an alternative ending that s appropriate for younger students in which the main character lives Some of the experts said right then and there we must change the ending so it s more uplifting she said The last thing we want to do is to show this to kids so that they will be influenced in any way negatively Praise for video But Chad Smith executive director of the Rainbow Resource Centre praised the video as a wonderful teaching tool I think it does a wonderful job of turning the issue around Straight kids are going to identify with the main character they re going to see the world from a different perspective he said It s a wonderful tool for developing some empathy and putting yourself in other people s shoes Smith wasn t sure he would want to show the video to a Grade 3 or Grade 4 class but he said he certainly has no problem with junior high school students watching it We see the kids that are bullied we see the kids that are harassed we see the kids that cut and self harm We see the kids that have suicidal thoughts he said Those are our kids that come here because they re not finding support in their schools Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest Manitoba News Headlines Man found dead linked to Winnipeg street gang A 23 year old man found dead in a Winnipeg alley on the weekend had ties to the Mad Cowz street gang more RCMP identify fatal crash victims as Winnipeg teens RCMP have released more details about the victims of a fatal crash in the RM of St Andrews over the weekend more Attempted murder charges laid after 76 year old stabbed A 69 year old man is facing attempted murder charges after a stabbing in the Jefferson area of Winnipeg more Shaw experiences phone service outage Thousands of Shaw phone customers from Winnipeg to Thunder Bay have been left without service more New CRTC wireless rules demand 2 year contract cap unlocked phones The CRTC has unveiled a new code of conduct for cellphone companies that demands a two year cap on contract lengths and unlocked cellphones within three months of buying them more Must Watch Top News Headlines Feds pledge 250K to youth led anti bullying project The federal government will fund the Red Cross training of 2

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/story/2013/05/30/mb-graphic-school-video-concerns-parent-winnipeg.html (2013-06-03)
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