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Mock disaster at ACC's open house

 Students take part in a mock disaster exercise at Assiniboine Community College during the college’s open house on Thursday. The scenario had students and faculty from several programs showcasing careers in different disciplines and how they're connected.

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Students take part in a mock disaster exercise at Assiniboine Community College during the college’s open house on Thursday. The scenario had students and faculty from several programs showcasing careers in different disciplines and how they're connected.

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The wooden grain elevator on Pacific Avenue is slated to come down this summer, according to its owners.

Downtown developers Robyn and Jason Sneath intend on using the property for parking.

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