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Most hoping for rain in the forecast

Most hoping for rain in the forecast

With low soil moisture reserves most Prairie farmers are hoping for snow and rain early this year
MPI continues our look at Fraud Prevention Month

MPI continues our look at Fraud Prevention Month

Bogus auto theft claim and embellished injuries highlight Fraud Prevention Month
Planning a theme garden

Planning a theme garden

Too early to get outside in the garden but the perfect time to design and plan
Growing Your Herd with a Manitoba Livestock Associations Loan Guarantee

Growing Your Herd with a Manitoba Livestock Associations Loan Guarantee

Four years ago, Allen Rawluk began with a herd of eight Black Angus heifers. This spring, he and his brother Jake calved out 180 near Moosehorn, Manitoba, and they plan to expand the herd further.
Lenders, government, railways all promise action on grain movement

Lenders, government, railways all promise action on grain movement

With big expenses on the horizon some farmers are experiencing a difficult cash crunch because grain isn’t moving to market
Birdtail River Fine Arts Festival 2018

Birdtail River Fine Arts Festival 2018

Letter: Saving natural multi-tasking marvels

Letter: Saving natural multi-tasking marvels

They protect us. They clean our water. They add value and beauty to our lives. Now, in Manitoba, we’re working to save these natural multi-tasking marvels. This World Water Day, on March 22, Manitobans can share good news with fellow Canadians.
Meet Virden’s New Economic Development Manager

Meet Virden’s New Economic Development Manager

“I have always believed in and promoted rural Manitoba” – Liza Park
Winnipeg real estate investment totals $426M in 2017

Winnipeg real estate investment totals $426M in 2017

Investment dollar volume is down 12 per cent year-over-year, but expected to increase throughout 2018
Pulse weekly outlook: Manitoba bean acres depend on soy

Pulse weekly outlook: Manitoba bean acres depend on soy

CNS Canada — After Manitoba in 2017 grew its largest edible bean crop in more than a decade, a downturn could be expected in 2018.