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Local vet dismayed by latest gov't move

News that the federal government is heading back to court with a group of veterans over benefits doesn’t sit well with one local veteran.

“I don’t know if I have a word strong enough to tell you how displeased I am about this,” said Al Dunham, second vice-president of the ANAVETS ...

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    Man arrested after allegedly brandishing knife in McDonalds parking lot

    A 59-year-old man allegedly pulled a knife and threatened a group of people in the parking lot of McDonalds at 1906 Richmond Avenue on Sunday evening.

  • A young boy keeps dancing during speeches at an All Nations Powwow, Saturday afternoon at Brandon University. The celebration started in 2010 and honours indigenous, Métis and Inuit graduates, with approximately 30 of the dancers being new diploma holders.

    Powwow celebrates BU grads

    Indigenous dancers, singers and drummers from all over Manitoba and Saskatchewan came together on Saturday afternoon to celebrate Brandon University’s 2016 graduating class.

  • Ice skaters take advantage of the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba on Monday December 15, 2015. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rate opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.

    Sun staffers win national awards

    Two Brandon Sun staffers returned home with hardware from the National Newspaper Awards and The Canadian Association of Journalists conferences in Edmonton this past weekend.

  • Ivan Provorov #9 of the Brandon Wheat Kings moves the puck up ice during the evening's WHL bout against the Prince George Cougars at Westman Place.

    CHL award 'means a lot' to Provorov

    The Brandon Wheat Kings were eliminated from the Memorial Cup following a 2-1 overtime loss to the host Red Deer Rebels on Wednesday, but Ivan Provorov was back in the central Alberta city on Saturday to pick up some hardware.

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