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Farquhar: Disrupting our hospitals beyond the pale

Do you wake up one morning and decide it’s OK to stand outside a hospital yelling at nurses and doctors? Do you then decide it’s OK to impede patients and family members from going in and out?. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues...
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I’m A Winner!

During the pandemic when I wasn’t reading as much as I wanted to, I decided to join the Winnipeg Free Press book club. Look at all the wonderful books I’ve read from the interesting titles they have been discussing. I watched the most recent book club meeting where author Kelly...
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Winnipeg gets new Acting Deputy Mayor after COVID-19 vaccine controversy

Councillor Markus Chambers will be serving in a new (ish) role. In a Thursday statement, Winnipeg's Mayor Brian Bowman announced the councillor for the St. Norbert – Seine River region will be stepping in as Acting Deputy Mayor. Chambers previously served as deputy mayor between 2018 and 2020. "As we...
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DeChambeau, Koepka should be left off team

The world of golf needs shaking up, so how great would it be if U.S. Ryder cup captain Steve Stricker said ‘to heck with the rules, I’m leaving Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka off this year’s team.’. Unfortunately, he apparently can’t do that, so the two golf stars embroiled in...
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Das Kapitalization

A press release from Mount Royal University in Canada:. dr. linda manyguns, phd, is the associate vice-president of indigenization and decolonization at mru. I wonder what % of dr. manyguns, phd’s students find her name triggering?. this is a beginning effort at describing the use of lower case on the...

Another Church in Chin State Reportedly Desecrated by the Junta

Another Baptist church in Chat also had their Bibles and the generator destroyed. The Tatmadaw is especially hostile towards Christians in Myanmar, not only because of their religion, but also because many of them belong to the country’s ethnic minority groups seeking autonomy. Knowing how their Christian faith is sacred to them, the soldiers venomously target their place of worship, grieving many Christians and their leaders.

Azeri MP Threatens Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh to Leave or be Destroyed

Mammedov spoke against the Armenians remaining in Nagorno-Karabakh regions such as Ivanyan (Khojaly) saying, “We will not tolerate it, we will not be patient”. He is advocating for an “anti-terrorist operation” against the Armenians. Several regions, including Hadrut, Shushi, Lachin, and Kalbajar were granted to Azerbaijan following the November 9...

7 Jets Who Could Play in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

If negotiations go well, NHL players will make their return to Olympic competition next February at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. While not yet official, the NHL included an Olympic break in its 2021-22 schedule (the Jets have no games scheduled between Feb. 2 and Feb. 22.) NHL players last played at the Winter Games in 2014, having not participated in 2018 when the Olympics were hosted by Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Deceased Rohingya Christian Refused Burial at Cox’s Bazar

After burying the deceased in the Christian cemetery, Bethel Church pastor Rev Peter Saiful told Asia News, “Mohi Uddin died of illness, but we could not bury him in the Kutupalong cemetery due to a Muslim protest.”. “The camp manager and the UN staff tried to solve the problem but...

Pastor’s Wife Bedridden after Attack on Church in India

“Pastor Lal’s wife, Raj Rani, underwent two surgeries on her left leg, and 19-year-old Lovepreet Singh received 18 stitches for a wound on his scalp,” reported the news agency. The victims of the attack had gathered for a meal at the Evangelical Church of God in Fazailka District, northern India....

Mob of 100 Brutally Attacks Pastor and His Family in India

“As per the preliminary information, a crowd of over 100 people stormed into his house and allegedly damaged articles of worship and household items, and tore scriptures,” Mohit Garg, the superintendent of Kabirdham Police, told the news source. “They allegedly beat up Paraste and manhandled his family members, including women,...

Armenian Cemetery Destroyed in Turkey

Armenian cemeteries often hold significant meaning for the people group as a way to connect with their heritage and lost family members who died in the 1915 genocide. The destruction of this cemetery robs families of their ability to connect in varied ways to their past. Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP)...

Afghanistan’s Christians After the Withdrawal

The withdrawal creates an uncertain future for the country’s Christian community, which has been severely persecuted already and remembers the days of Taliban dictatorship in the late 1990s. Those years were marked by oppression, violence, hate, and discrimination against various communities, including Christians. Images of Taliban brutality have already surfaced, documenting the Taliban using U.S. aircraft to hang an unidentified individual as they flew over the capital city of Kabul.

Episode 76: A Nation Championing Persecuted Christians

08/28/2021 India (International Christian Concern) –16-year-old Nitish Kumar was attacked with acid last week in north India’s Bihar state, leaving him with burns covering 60% of his body. The victim’s sister, Raja Davabi, told ICC that the incident occurred at 6:30am, when Nitish left the house to go to market. Almost immediately after leaving, Nitish was carried ...

Ehlers: Denmark qualifying for 1st Olympics 'one of the best feelings'

Words can't quite describe just how proud Winnipeg Jets winger Nikolaj Ehlers was to help his home nation of Denmark qualify for its first-ever Olympics. "It was emotional. It was one of the best feelings I've ever had," Ehlers said. Ehlers led the way for Denmark with nine points across...