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Home Hardware CEO Terry Davis gives the keynote address during the Credit Union Central of Manitoba’s annual convention at the Victoria Inn on Thursday.

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Home Hardware CEO Terry Davis gives the keynote address during the Credit Union Central of Manitoba’s annual convention at the Victoria Inn on Thursday.

Police investigate Sioux Valley deaths

Sioux Valley Dakota Nation residents say they’re stunned by the deaths of a man and woman whose bodies were found in a home on the reserve on Friday.

The Dakota Ojibway Police Service and Brandon RCMP Major Crimes Unit are investigating but have released few details.

“We’re all in shock,” said one ...

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