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Kyle Penner, Grace Mennonite Church

15 minute video Tuesday, Jun. 29, 2021

A Steinbach pastor who was part of a provincial government ad campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccinations is taking the high road after a barrage of criticism from anti-vaxxers.

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AP: Presidential race too early to call

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AP: Presidential race too early to call

140 minute video Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020

President Donald Trump on Wednesday vowed to ask the Supreme Court to weigh in on the United States' inconclusive presidential election. The Associated Press has not yet declared a winner in the presidential race. (Nov. 4)

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Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020

Headlines across the US mark virus’ grim milestone

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Headlines across the US mark virus’ grim milestone

58 minute video Thursday, May. 28, 2020

Newspaper headlines around the United States Thursday marked the passing of a grim milestone in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths. (May 28) (The Associated Press)

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Thursday, May. 28, 2020

COVID in the city

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COVID in the city

41 minute video Friday, May. 8, 2020

30 journalists, 24 hours and the story of our lifetime

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Friday, May. 8, 2020

Canada’s differences precluded clear rules for reopening, Trudeau says

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Canada’s differences precluded clear rules for reopening, Trudeau says

91 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

The provincial and federal governments agreed on general principles for lifting restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 but not on hard rules and measurements to use. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that's because each jurisdiction is different and one set of standards wouldn't have worked.

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Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

Life before pandemic remembered as ‘old normal’

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Life before pandemic remembered as ‘old normal’

125 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic that has spread across the globe has bound people together by a common memory: Daily life before arrival of the pandemic -- now seen as the "old normal."

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Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

Manitoba starts to ease COVID-19 restrictions

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Manitoba starts to ease COVID-19 restrictions

119 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

The Manitoba government is going to start easing some of its COVID-19-related restrictions starting Monday. Premier Brian Pallister says dentists, retail stores, campgrounds and restaurant patios will be able to reopen, and more services could follow in June.

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Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

COVID-19 testing in good shape, Tam says

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COVID-19 testing in good shape, Tam says

125 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

As regular flu season winds down, Dr. Theresa Tam says that's opening lab capacity to do more testing for COVID-19. And she says the federal government is ready to link volunteer contact-tracers to provincial needs, to track down people who might have caught the illness from people who test positive for it.

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Wednesday, Apr. 29, 2020

A strong Manitoba needs a strong Free Press

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A strong Manitoba needs a strong Free Press

51 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 22, 2020

When the world is closing in on us, we are staying open to keep you connected and give you access to the information you need. We will remain on the job to help everyone see their way through this. A strong Manitoba needs a strong Free Press.

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Wednesday, Apr. 22, 2020

Trudeau promised $350M for charities as donations plunge

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Trudeau promised $350M for charities as donations plunge

142 minute video Tuesday, Apr. 21, 2020

Canada's charities asked for a $10-billion aid package, saying demand for the community aid they give has soared while donations have declined and their fundraising efforts have been diminished. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged $350 million Tuesday, saying the work charities do at ground level is essential in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. (The Canadian Press)

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Tuesday, Apr. 21, 2020

Fifth person dies in Manitoba due to COVID-19

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Fifth person dies in Manitoba due to COVID-19

114 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020

Manitoba health officials announced two new positive COVID-19 cases, as well as the death of a woman in her 60s who is the fifth death in the province. Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief public health officer, says Manitobans must remain vigilant with physical distancing measures in spite of the low number of cases.

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Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020

Health officials say Canada needs increased testing before life can return to normal

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Health officials say Canada needs increased testing before life can return to normal

136 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020

Canada's chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam says before life can return to normal, officials need to be able to detect and stamp out new outbreaks of COVID-19. To that end, she says the country needs to continue working on ways to vastly increase its capacity to do wide-spread tests for the virus.

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Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020

Trudeau warns against opening economy too soon

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Trudeau warns against opening economy too soon

121 minute video Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it will be weeks yet before governments can seriously consider loosening economic restrictions related to COVID-19. He warns that doing so too soon could give up ground gained in the public health fight against the pandemic. To help affected workers, the government is expanding eligibility criteria for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit.

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Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2020

Dan Lett and Dr. Denis Fortier – full video

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Dan Lett and Dr. Denis Fortier – full video

1396 minute video Tuesday, Apr. 14, 2020

Columnist Dan Lett and Dr. Denis Fortier, chief medical officer at Southern Health-Santé Sud, talk about wearing masks and gloves.

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Tuesday, Apr. 14, 2020

Military has 24,000 troops ready for COVID-19 response

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Military has 24,000 troops ready for COVID-19 response

137 minute video Monday, Mar. 30, 2020

Although the Canadian Forces haven't been asked to help yet with the COVID-19 pandemic, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says the military has 24,000 people ready to respond if needed. Gen. Jonathan Vance says they're waiting, "sequestered" so as to stay healthy.

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Monday, Mar. 30, 2020

Trudeau announces details of expanded wage subsidy

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Trudeau announces details of expanded wage subsidy

117 minute video Monday, Mar. 30, 2020

The federal government is widening its promise to subsidize wages for employers affected by COVID-19 to big businesses, non-profits and charities, if they've lost 30 per cent or more of their revenues. But he's warning them not to take advantage of the multibillion-dollar program, and to see that the money goes to workers, not owners.

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Monday, Mar. 30, 2020

Trudeau promises economic help for COVID-19

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Trudeau promises economic help for COVID-19

59 minute video Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic closing businesses and causing layoffs all over the world, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledges the federal government will spend big to help Canadians get through it.

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Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

Everyone must act now to slow spread of COVID-19: Canada’s top doctor

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Everyone must act now to slow spread of COVID-19: Canada’s top doctor

116 minute video Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

Dr. Theresa Tam, the chief public health officer, says the time is now for all Canadians to work together to slow the spread of COVID-19. She is urging everyone to avoid all public gatherings of 50 people or more and stay home when possible to delay transmission of the novel coronavirus and protect the most vulnerable.

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Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

Testing COVID-19 vaccine in people

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Testing COVID-19 vaccine in people

127 minute video Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

U.S. researchers have given healthy volunteers the first shot of an experimental coronavirus vaccine as anxiously awaited testing opens. The Associated Press observed as the study's first participant received the injection inside an exam room.

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Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

Canada closes borders to many visitors over COVID-19

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Canada closes borders to many visitors over COVID-19

149 minute video Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

The federal government is going to close Canada's borders to most non-residents in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19. In making the announcement, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the decision was based on the advice of public health officials, and explains why American visitors will be exempt from the new rules. The decision is one of several the Liberals are implementing to in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Monday, Mar. 16, 2020

Direct help coming for Canadians: Trudeau

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Direct help coming for Canadians: Trudeau

109 minute video Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is looking at ways to get money directly into the pockets of Canadians so they can cover their bills should their lives be upended by COVID-19. Speaking to reporters outside his residence at Rideau Cottage, where he is in self-isolation after his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, tested positive for COVID-19, Trudeau said it can be frustrating, but this what needs to be done

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Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Don’t travel outside country, says Canada’s top public health doctor

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Don’t travel outside country, says Canada’s top public health doctor

128 minute video Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Dr. Theresa Tam, the chief public health officer, said Friday Canadians need to stay in this country to protect themselves and others from COVID-19. Health Minister Patty Hajdu said she knows the measures being recommended are disruptive but they are necessary to slow the spread of this potentially fatal illness.

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Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

House of Commons suspends until April 20

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House of Commons suspends until April 20

171 minute video Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Following an extraordinary agreement, all the federal parties agreed to suspend the House of Commons until April 20 to keep MPs from spreading COVID-19 by moving around the country. Liberal Pablo Rodriguez, New Democrat Peter Julian and Conservative Mark Strahl say the move is needed for the common good.

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Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Player paralyzed during on-ice collision thanks hockey community for support

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Player paralyzed during on-ice collision thanks hockey community for support

234 minute video Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Reese Ketler says he is optimistic for his future and thankful for the support from the hockey community. The 20-year-old was paralyzed during an on-ice collision in December.

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Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

This is the right way to wash your hands

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This is the right way to wash your hands

71 minute video Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

Dr. John Embil, professor of medical microbiology and infectious diseases at the University of Manitoba, gives the low-down on the best way to wash hands to effectively stop the spread of germs.

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Friday, Mar. 13, 2020

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