July 28, 2016

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Port of Churchill shut down after being refused bailout, premier suggests

Winnipeg SunWINNIPEG—Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister hinted strongly Thursday that the Port of Churchill — the largest employer in the subarctic town of 800 — has...

Premier calls OmniTrax closure of Churchill port a 'leverage tactic'

Pallister said Greg Selinger's NDP government signed a one-year subsidy deal in 2015 that saw OmniTrax receive $800,000 to $1 million that year. He said...

No bailout for Omnitrax: Pallister

Premier Brian Pallister has fired back at Omnitrax, saying its decision to close the Port of Churchill is because the province refused its latest request...

Ice Bucket Challenge funding leads to ALS gene discovery

TIMEBrenda Stamp, human resources director at Weleski Transfer in Tarentum, said she was “thrilled” to hear the news about the ALS research breakthrough. She and...