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Manitobans could face more than week-long delay to get power back after snowstorm

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Hundreds of people are seeking shelter in Winnipeg after being evacuated from First Nations communities as Manitoba reels from a snowstorm that has left tens of thousands without power, and forced the province and city to declare states of emergency.

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Reconciliation, Indigenous engagement in question ahead of election

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Weeks after Justin Trudeau was elected in 2015, many Indigenous peoples found hope in his pledge of “sunny ways” and a new “nation-to-nation” relationship with Indigenous communities. But progress has been slow and some are wondering what the future of reconciliation could look like under the next government.

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