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HEALTH: Cancer will kill 8 Manitobans a day in 2017, report says

  (CBC MANITOBA) The number of cancer cases in Manitoba over the next 20 years is expected to soar far above the national average, says a new report released on Tuesday. What’s more, 6,700 Manitobans this year will face a cancer diagnosis — 3,300 men and 3,400

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ENTERTAINMENT: Britney Spears in her first Philippines concert

MANILA, Philippines — Pop princess Britney Spears has finally made her presence felt in Manila.   After a successful concert in Taipei, Britney just Twitted barely an hour ago her excitement for her concert in SM Mall of Asia Arena

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BLOG: Designer goes global with his dazzling Filipiniana creations

  I had a pleasant chat with a local designer from  my home province  Laguna whose  ingenuity and  craftsmanship has stun  the world’s centrestage in embroidery  fashion.  Andrew Badiola   has dressed  many people from all walks of life– from the beaming debutante to the

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ENTERTAINMENT: Fil-Am stuns the world on America Got Talent.

  Angelica Hale, an adorable 9-year-old girl born from immigrant parents from Atlanta, Georgia took the America Got Talent judges and audience by surprise with a powerful rendition of Andra Day’s “Rise Up.”   Angelica  is from Atlanta, Georgia and

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Filipino-Canadian writer Isabelle Ronin’s books out in bookstores soon

  Winnipeger  Isabelle Ronin’s fame as a full-fledged writer started  after she self-published her story on  multiplatform entertainment venue  Wattpad.  Wattpad is a popular global site among  online  writers and readers  where one can  share original stories, get  reviews, share

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Canadian actor Adam Beach is ambassador for Canada 150

  Canadian actor Adam Beach agreed  to be an ambassador for the federal government’s Canada 150 celebrations. Beach — who overcame a troubled childhood on the Dog Creek reserve in Manitoba to star in Hollywood blockbusters such as Flags of Our Fathers —

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Portion of Pembina Highway will be closed over May long

  Starting 8 p.m. on Friday, the city says both directions of Pembina between Jubilee Avenue and Stafford Street will be closed to vehicle traffic. The road will open again at 4 a.m. on Tuesday. The road is being closed for

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Healthy teen died of heart problems after drinking too much caffeine, coroner says

  South Carolina USA-  A coroner says a healthy 16-year-old South Carolina high school student died from heart problems after drinking too much caffeine. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts said Monday that Davis Cripe had no pre-existing heart condition that

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Pepsi Cinnamon is the Next Thing in Soda

  Are you a big fan of  Pepsi?  You might  probably know some of the different Pepsi flavors  that have  rolled out over the years aside from the popular Diet.   There is  Pepsi Wild Cherry, Pepsi Vanilla or Crystal

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Canadian seniors now outnumber children for 1st time, 2016 census shows

  (CBC)    For the first time, seniors outnumber children in Canada, as the population experienced its greatest increase in the proportion of older people since Confederation, according to the latest census data. Statistics Canada’s 2016 census figures released Wednesday

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Lea Salonga: Songs from the Stage

  A sold out event at the  Club Regent Centre featured  Tony Award winner LEA SALONGA  for an   evening  of  musical  extravaganza with the   Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra  on April  27,  2017. The  amazingly fabulous international star  did  a  brilliant performance  that covered

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May 3 is Mc Happy Day in Canada

  Come in Wednesday, May 3, 2017 to help 30,000 families across Canada CKJS   will  join the whole of Canada for the  McHappy Day. Stop by your local McDonald’s and order a Big Mac, Happy Meal or hot McCafé

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HEALTH: Aerobics, resistance training and tai chi can boost brain health in the elderly

  A combination of both aerobics and resistance exercise can significantly boost brain power in people aged over 50, claims a new review.Carried out by researchers from the University of Canberra, Australia, the new research is the most comprehensive review

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Winnipeg stylist’s Unicorn Frappucino-inspired hairdo goes viral

  Have you been swept away  by  this  candy-colored pink and blue drink? The  sparkly color-changing frozen beverage  Unicorn Frappuccino  from Starbucks  has become  popular  on social media  and in photo-sharing  Instagram since its release last week. Its concept  

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Spring street cleaning begins in Winnipeg today

Winnipeg’s streets and sidewalks are getting a $6-million scrubbing. City crews have started the annual spring cleaning operation, which will see the entire street network, including back lanes, get swept over the next five to six weeks.   “Our crews will

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