Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Prairie Update-

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(Manitoba-Licence-Plate)

A Winnipeg man has lost a court challenge to keep a Star Trek-inspired vanity licence plate Manitoba Public Insurance had deemed offensive to Indigenous people.

Queen’s Bench Justice Sheldon Lanchberry says M-P-I was within its rights when it ordered Nicholas Troller to turn in a previously approved personalized licence plate that read: "ASIMIL8" (assimilate).

He says the word in the historical context of the Indigenous experience in Manitoba could not be more apparent.

Lanchberry says the actions of M-P-I to limit Troller's freedom of expression are a reasonable restriction in a free and democratic society. (Wpg FP)

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(Manitoba-Cannabis)

A Winnipeg-based marijuana producer has gotten the green light to start selling pot again.

Health Canada suspended the sales license of Bonify Medical Cannabis in February after an investigation found it had sourced and sold weed from an illegal source.

The investigation came after Manitoba regulators seized all Bonify products from the province’s stores over possible contamination.

Bonify says its licence to sell medical and recreational pot has been reinstated by Health Canada.

The company says three senior managers have been let go. (Global)

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(Cur-Jenkins-Sask)

The Saskatchewan Health Authority says it will conduct a clinical review of the death of Aly Jenkins.

The promising Saskatchewan curler died Sunday from complications during the birth of her third child.

Doctors determined amniotic fluid had entered her blood stream, which set off a rare amniotic fluid embolism.

The authority says the review will determine if there are any improvements that could be made to improve the quality and safety of care.

Jenkins’ baby girl was rushed to the neo-natal intensive care unit where she is said to be improving. (CTV)

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(Sask-Alta-Fraudster)

A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for an Alberta man accused of not paying subcontractors for work they did on a construction project in Yorkton. …

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