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Essential reads for April 14, 2022

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‘We’ll never know how many people we saved’

Forecaster defends dire blizzard prediction after impact questioned

Chris Kitching
7:00 PM CDT Thursday, Apr. 14, 2022
7 minute read

Melissa Martin / Photography by Mikaela MacKenzie:

Refugee Ukrainians far from defeated

<p>MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS The train station in Przemysl on Thursday, April 7, 2022. For Melissa story. Winnipeg Free Press 2022.</p><p>MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>The movement of people is non-stop at the train station in Przemysl.</p>
<p>JOHN WOODS / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILES</p><p>Unvaccinated Manitobans were 20 times more likely to end up in hospital than those with a booster shot.</p>

Laura Rance:

Making farming smarter

<p>SUPPLIED</p><p>Ben Scott Robinson with “Dick” the weed-zapping robot. “The first data pass that we have been doing in the U.K. shows that we can bring down the use of herbicides using existing machinery by somewhere between 60 and 80 per cent,” Scott Robinson said.</p>

David Sanderson / Photos by Mike Deal:

Eggs-ploring their heritage

Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Lottie (Mare Winningham, left) and Yoli (Alison Pill) in All My Puny Sorrows, an uneven adaptation of the Miriam Toews’ novel. (Mongrel Media)
<p>Mike Sudoma/ THE CANADIAN PRESS</p><p>The ‘historic’ storm arrived in Manitoba early Wednesday.</p>
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