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5 common qualities of fantastic public speakers

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Want to be a great public speaker? That’s a fantastic goal! Having the ability to speak effectively to many people… Read more »

5 types of job interviews and how to prepare for them

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Job interviews can come in various formats. What you’ll face will depend on the industry you belong to and the… Read more »

First Nations Groups in Manitoba: Dene

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The Denesuliné (pronounced: Den-a-sooth-leh-na), or Dene, lived in a very large part of Turtle Island (North America) for 12,000 years…. Read more »

Do you feel lost? 5 reasons you’re feeling this way

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Newcomers are some of the most resilient and goal-oriented individuals you can come across. For many of us, moving to… Read more »

First Nations Groups in Manitoba: Dakota

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In 2010, the Assiniboine Zoo gifted a white buffalo to Sioux Valley Dakota Nation ( see the calf here: Rare… Read more »

5 surprising benefits of hiking

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Have you tried hiking? Many Manitobans love this pastime! It’s the perfect activity because of Manitoba’s big and beautiful parks…. Read more »

Did you know that Manitoba holds several “World’s capital …” titles?

Spirit Way Wolf Mural, a Polar bear, crocus flower, sunflower, and Chuck the Channel Cat monument

There is more to Manitoba than meets the eye! From its diverse natural resources to its marvelous wildlife, there are… Read more »

Has your home been tested for radon? Here’s why it’s important

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It is concerning that Manitoba is the second leading province with homes having radon levels higher than Health Canada’s guidelines…. Read more »

Worried about your road test? Here are 5 tips to help you pass with flying colours

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Taking the road test may not be something you’re looking forward to. Someone watching you drive closely can make you… Read more »

5 easy tips to become a good speller

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Do you find it hard to spell words correctly? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In an era of auto-correct and… Read more »

Copyright Law in Canada: A newcomer’s guide

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Picture someone coming up with an idea. They work on it day and night, researching, designing, and testing their idea…. Read more »

First Nations groups in MB: The Ininew

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There are five First Nation groups in Manitoba: the Ininew (Cree), the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), the Oji-Cree, the Denesuline, and the… Read more »

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