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All eyes on Joe Biden’s inauguration

U.S. president-elect Joe Biden and vice-president-elect Kamala Harris are to be sworn in at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. today. Thousands of National Guard troops have been deployed ahead of the event, further stoking anxiety among Americans and concerned observers.

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ENTERTAINMENT: Ellen DeGeneres recovers from COVID-19; returns to talk show

Comedian Ellen De Generes returned to hosting for the 2021 first episode of her talk show Wednesday — a month after production was paused after she was tested positive for coronavirus. Ellen said she first learned of her diagnosis just

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‘Caillou’ kids show cancelled in the US but will continue airing in Canada

The Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) announced this week that it is canceling the long- running kids’ show, “Caillou” in the United States. The show which has been around for over 20 years was about a four year old boy whose

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exclusive interview on CKJS 810 AM today

The large Filipino community in Manitoba woke up this morning getting updated with how the government of Canada is doing in light of the COVID-19 pandemic from the Prime Minister himself in an exclusive interview with “Good Morning Philippines” host

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WORLD: United States Congress certifies Biden victory after violent Capitol riot

Joe Biden’s U-S presidential election win has been certified by the United States Senate and Congress. President Donald Trump issued a statement saying that he disagrees with the results but there will be an orderly transfer of power. That admission

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COVID-19 immunization super site opens in Winnipeg

A COVID-19 vaccination super site opens Monday morning at the ground floor of the north building of RBC Convention Centre in downtown Winnipeg. Health-care workers dealing directly with patients in critical care units and COVID-19 immunization clinics or testing sites

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Canada requires Negative COVID-19 Test for International travel

The federal government has announced that all incoming travellers to Canada will soon be required to test negative for COVID-19. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the greatest concern around COVID-19 the federal government has heard from Canadians is the impact of international travel

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“Maligayang Pasko” from your friends at CKJS 810AM

The Philippines is known for having the world’s longest Christmas season. The four months of the year that end with the syllable “ber” are considered Christmas months. This is is why stores and household or radio– including our very own

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Wonder woman returns Christmas Day

After several delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fans will finally be able to watch the sequel to the hit blockbuster “Wonder Woman.” “Wonder Woman 1984” will be released in theatres and on certain streaming sites on Christmas Day. Star

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Manitoba starts first doses of coronavirus vaccine today

The largest vaccination campaign in Canada’s history continues today. Manitoba will give shots to high-priority health workers today joining five provinces — Alberta, B-C, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan — who have already started inoculating health workers and long-term care residents

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Winnipeg’s Winter Wonderland lights up starting Saturday

The annual holiday light festival at the Red River Ex grounds is ready to go this weekend after it was put on hold in November when public health restrictions were imposed due to rising COVID-19 cases. As restrictions were loosened

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“Home Alone” is 30 years old and is celebrated with a giant gingerbread

A British cake artist was commissioned by Disney Plus to make a giant replica of the house used in the film “Home Alone” marking its 30th anniversary. The hit holiday movie centered on Kevin McCallister (played by Macaulay Culkin )

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Health Canada reviews Pfizer coronavirus vaccine

Britain gave the go signal to vaccine candidate American drugmaker Pfizer on Wednesday and expects to roll its first vaccinations in the country within days. Canada’s Minister of Health Patty Hajdu  on Wednesday to say that the U.K.’s approval of the

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Hudson’s Bay Company officially closes downtown Winnipeg location

Hudson’s Bay Company is closing its downtown Winnipeg location two months earlier than announced due to pandemic restrictions.  The building on Portage Avenue and Memorial Boulevard opened on Nov. 18, 1926. The company said it’s officially closing this location on Monday,

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Memory Loss Slower for Working Women

A study of six-thousand women shows that after the age of 60, women’s memory declines less if they’ve worked throughout their life. Researchers found the decline was 50 per cent less compared with women who never held a job. The

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