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Saturday Mass

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A girl is framed by her father's arms during a mass Saturday morning at St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church. The local Latino community conducts Spanish-language services at the downtown church.

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A girl is framed by her father's arms during a mass Saturday morning at St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church. The local Latino community conducts Spanish-language services at the downtown church.

Turkey Run

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A turkey and its seven chicks scamper across the Brandon cemetery in search of food, Saturday afternoon.

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A turkey and its seven chicks scamper across the Brandon cemetery in search of food, Saturday afternoon.

A Place of Honour

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Dancers and other dignitaries file into the Healthy Living Centre for the Grand Entry to start an All Nations Powwow, Saturday afternoon at Brandon University. The celebration started in 2010 and honours indigenous, M�tis and Inuit graduates, with approximately 30 of the dancers being new diploma holders.

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Dancers and other dignitaries file into the Healthy Living Centre for the Grand Entry to start an All Nations Powwow, Saturday afternoon at Brandon University. The celebration started in 2010 and honours indigenous, M�tis and Inuit graduates, with approximately 30 of the dancers being new diploma holders.

PM in the AM at BU

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Former prime minister Paul Martin laughs after receiving an honourary degree from chancellor Michael Decter during Brandon University's 2016 convocation ceremonies, Friday morning.

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Former prime minister Paul Martin laughs after receiving an honourary degree from chancellor Michael Decter during Brandon University's 2016 convocation ceremonies, Friday morning.

In your face!

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Jacob Savage catches Silas Young with a flying dropkick during Canadian Wrestling Elite’s tag-team match held in the gymnasium at Assiniboine Community College on Thursday night. Savage, one half of the The Covenant duo with “The Dark Prophet” Orin Veidt, squared off against Young and Frankie Kazarian.

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Jacob Savage catches Silas Young with a flying dropkick during Canadian Wrestling Elite’s tag-team match held in the gymnasium at Assiniboine Community College on Thursday night. Savage, one half of the The Covenant duo with “The Dark Prophet” Orin Veidt, squared off against Young and Frankie Kazarian.

Under cover

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Spectators huddle under the protection of umbrellas as they cheer on their teams from the sidelines of Thursday's high school girls soccer match between the Plainsmen and the Vikings at Vincent Massey High School.

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Spectators huddle under the protection of umbrellas as they cheer on their teams from the sidelines of Thursday's high school girls soccer match between the Plainsmen and the Vikings at Vincent Massey High School.

Early bird

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A magpie hovers over the lawn outside of the Agriculture Research Centre, searching for a meal of earthworms and grubs on Thursday morning.

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A magpie hovers over the lawn outside of the Agriculture Research Centre, searching for a meal of earthworms and grubs on Thursday morning.

Overtime loss eliminates Wheat Kings

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Brandon Wheat Kings forward Reid Duke checks Red Deer Rebels defenceman Josh Mahura during first-period MasterCard Memorial Cup action in Red Deer, Alta., on Wednesday night. The Rebels scored late in the third period and again in overtime for a 2-1 victory, which eliminated the Wheat Kings from further play.

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Brandon Wheat Kings forward Reid Duke checks Red Deer Rebels defenceman Josh Mahura during first-period MasterCard Memorial Cup action in Red Deer, Alta., on Wednesday night. The Rebels scored late in the third period and again in overtime for a 2-1 victory, which eliminated the Wheat Kings from further play.

Lighting our way

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Maintenance crews work to change out bulbs in the overhead signal lights at the intersection of 18th Street and Park Avenue on Wednesday afternoon.

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Maintenance crews work to change out bulbs in the overhead signal lights at the intersection of 18th Street and Park Avenue on Wednesday afternoon.

Walking horses

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Jolene Drake walks horses with her father Ken down a street in Kenton on Monday afternoon. The pair were taking their horses from their nearby property to a waiting trailer for a ride on a sunny Victoria Day.

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Jolene Drake walks horses with her father Ken down a street in Kenton on Monday afternoon. The pair were taking their horses from their nearby property to a waiting trailer for a ride on a sunny Victoria Day.

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Fears rise after Baldur ambulance service axed

BALDUR — Doris Smout is terrified that the next time she has to call the ambulance it won’t make it to her in time.

It was approximately a year ago when the 76-year-old Baldur resident was forced to call 911 after her upper body began to fill with fluid. The ambulance, which was staffed by a driver from nearby

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