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Pallister's deal with vaccine developer gives Manitobans false hope, expert says

Carol Sanders
7:00 PM CST Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021
4 minute read

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Manitoba Hydro said it has had a COVID-19 pandemic response plan for workers at it's Keeyask generating station construction site in place since the spring.</p>
(AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)
Manitoba has secured more doses of the Moderna vaccine to account for its high proportion of Indigenous people living in remote locations where the vaccine is easier to ship. (Brian Cassella / Chicago Tribune)
A health worker prepares shots of the CoronaVac vaccine for COVID-19, by China’s Sinovac Biotech, at Salvador Sanfuentes public school during the start of the nationwide vaccinations for educators in Santiago, Chile, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021. The government aims to vaccinate teachers and school administrative workers before the start of the school year on March 1. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)</p>
Thermëa head chef Maximus Navarro, centre, with his wife Sakura and children Lily, left, and Titus, right. </p>

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Storie says his quest to save old signs began with a former employee who pointed out the disposed signs would be lost forever.</p></p></p>
JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service Chief John Lane</p>
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