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Story Time at the Thompson Public Library runs Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:30. Drop in for stories and a craft.
Pet Loss Support Group meets last Thurs. of every month 7 to 8:30 pm. Held at Thompson Veterinary Clinic, 40 Station Rd.
Steps to Success offers Keyboarding every Friday from 9 am - 4 pm. For info or to register call 677-5016.
Rummage Sale @ the St. Lawrence Hall on April 27th & April 28th
Thompson Health Auxiliary is looking for volunteers to help with the Hospital Gift Shop. Call 677-2717 for more info.
Juniper School will be hosting the 'WE walk for Water' on April 27. Walk starts at Juniper School at 1pm.
Juniper Centre Rummage & Bake Sale being held on May 12th, starting at 10:00am
29th Annual CHTM Trade Show is May 4 - 6th at the TRCC. Call 778-7361 or email chtm@arcticradio.ca for a registration package.
Learn Job Search Skills with Steps to Success from 12:10- 12:50pm Monday to Friday @ the YWCA. These drop in classes are free. For info, call 204-677-5016.
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Premier Brian Pallister is being called out by a conservation watch dog after what the Wilderness Committee is calling "pipeline cheerleading".

 

The Premier announced yesterday that despite the current feud between British Columbia and Alberta, the Trans Mountain Pipeline project needs to move forward.

 

Pallister said that while he applauds the Prime Ministers early signals, his leadership and ongoing stewardship over the situation must be maintained.

 

The Wilderness Committee says that the Premier is weighing in on an issue which has nothing to do with Manitoba, and that the current Provincial Government has not shown any interest in being a leader when it comes to the environment.

 

The release from the committee went on to call the government "childish" for feeling the need to weigh in on the situation.

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