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Lawyer Andrew Synyshyn and office administrator Danielle Guenther 
stand outside Synyshyn’s new law firm, AJS Law, on 10th Street on Thursday.

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Lawyer Andrew Synyshyn and office administrator Danielle Guenther stand outside Synyshyn’s new law firm, AJS Law, on 10th Street on Thursday.

Sand Hills posts deficit, looks to rebound

For the second financial year in a row, the Sand Hills Casino Resort near Carberry has posted a deficit.

And, with no profit yet, that means it hasn’t flowed any money to Manitoba First Nations through the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, as intended.

That’s disappointing, but the operation is working hard to ...

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