RURAL REFLECTIONS Project Updates
Time is a great teacher. There are many times when I write my column
then put it away to be read at a later date. During the later review,
I realize what needs to be removed, what needs furthe... Posted on 4/15/12 at 6:47 AM
Parks Canada has issued a request for proposals for tests in Riding Mountain National Park citing a "serious threat" to the livestock industry. The park in western Manitoba is home to just over 2,000 elk and officials estimate about four per cent are infected with the contagious respiratory illness.
At 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, a caravan of 11 orange, antique tractors set out to travel the 36-mile scenic loop in the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Upon the caravan’s exit, onlookers stood staring at the long, orange line.
The emergence of swine flu on a remote northern Manitoba reserve is a wake-up call for governments to address poor living conditions and improve health care for aboriginals, the community’s chief said Thursday.
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