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Payday loan business penalized

05/29/2015 1:43 PM

The province has handed down $25,000 in administrative penalties under the Consumer Protection Act to a licensed Manitoba payday loan corporation, 3928366 MB Ltd., which operates in Steinbach as The Fast Cash Company and has similar operations in Brandon and Dauphin.

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  • Grazing before the sunset

    Time for one last graze - for now, at least - for the St Malo deer monuments who were removed from their perch Wednesday night to make way for an incoming condo ddvelopment.
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    Time for one last graze - for now, at least - for the St Malo deer monuments who were removed from their perch Wednesday night to make way for an incoming condo ddvelopment.

  • Landmark landing

    The STARS air ambulance was on the scene of a motorcycle accident just north of Landmark on Wednesday morning. The crew arrived at the scene at 5:16 a.m. The helicopter's medical traveled with the ground ambulance to Winnipeg hospital.
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    The STARS air ambulance was on the scene of a motorcycle accident just north of Landmark on Wednesday morning. The crew arrived at the scene at 5:16 a.m. The helicopter's medical traveled with the ground ambulance to Winnipeg hospital.

  • Where's the fire?

    Normally Trevor Wilson would bring more than a bottle of water to a fire fight, but this time the Steinbach firefighter was keeping the water for himself. He was one of four Steinbach firefighters who ran the 5K Let's Run - Steinbach course Saturday in full uniform. It was a warm day, with temperatures nearing 30 degrees Celsius.
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    Normally Trevor Wilson would bring more than a bottle of water to a fire fight, but this time the Steinbach firefighter was keeping the water for himself. He was one of four Steinbach firefighters who ran the 5K Let's Run - Steinbach course Saturday in full uniform. It was a warm day, with temperatures nearing 30 degrees Celsius.

  • World on a swing

    As the sun sets on Steinbach Friday night, a few dozen people could be found checking out amusement park rides which have stationed themselves for their annual stopover at Clearspring Centre this weekend.
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    As the sun sets on Steinbach Friday night, a few dozen people could be found checking out amusement park rides which have stationed themselves for their annual stopover at Clearspring Centre this weekend.

  • Our future

    Grade 10 student Mikayla Shilling, right, and Clearspring Middle School physical education teacher A.J. Neufeld share what characteristics they feel make up the desired Hanover School Division student at a gathering of community leaders Wednesday at the division office in Steinbach. The Grunthal student and Steinbach teacher were among the dozens of leaders from various walks of community life, such as educators, students, business owners and politicians, who took part in the culmination of a year-long examination by the division of what characteristics should be sought after and then nurtured in their 7,700 students so they can be valued members of society post-graduation. The invited guests looked at the brainstorming previously done by HSD staff and students before assembling into groups to choose the skills, values, dispositions and knowledge they feel should be integral in a HSD graduate.
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    Grade 10 student Mikayla Shilling, right, and Clearspring Middle School physical education teacher A.J. Neufeld share what characteristics they feel make up the desired Hanover School Division student at a gathering of community leaders Wednesday at the division office in Steinbach. The Grunthal student and Steinbach teacher were among the dozens of leaders from various walks of community life, such as educators, students, business owners and politicians, who took part in the culmination of a year-long examination by the division of what characteristics should be sought after and then nurtured in their 7,700 students so they can be valued members of society post-graduation. The invited guests looked at the brainstorming previously done by HSD staff and students before assembling into groups to choose the skills, values, dispositions and knowledge they feel should be integral in a HSD graduate.

  • Gruff day

    Farmyard residents of the Mennonite Heritage Village are left with fewer visitors than normal on Victoria Day after unseasonably cold weather resulted in the cancellation of the museum's Spring on the Farm events.
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    Farmyard residents of the Mennonite Heritage Village are left with fewer visitors than normal on Victoria Day after unseasonably cold weather resulted in the cancellation of the museum's Spring on the Farm events.

  • Checking things out

    Steinbach RCMP conduct a check stop at the intersection of Highway 12 and Chrysler Gate in Steinbach on Thursday night. Local RCMP plan to conduct more check stops through the long weekend as part of Canada Road Safety Week.
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    Steinbach RCMP conduct a check stop at the intersection of Highway 12 and Chrysler Gate in Steinbach on Thursday night. Local RCMP plan to conduct more check stops through the long weekend as part of Canada Road Safety Week.

  • Put your hands in the air

    Grade 1 and 2 students at Southwood School perform their spring concert at K.R. Barkman Park at Tuesday night an event that doubled as a fundraiser for the school's nature playground project.
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    Grade 1 and 2 students at Southwood School perform their spring concert at K.R. Barkman Park at Tuesday night an event that doubled as a fundraiser for the school's nature playground project.

  • Manitoba pride

    Grade 2 students from Mitchell Elementary School perform a poetic tribute to Manitoba at Manitoba Day celebrations, commemorating the province's 145th birthday, held at the Mennonite Heritage Village on Tuesday morning.
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    Grade 2 students from Mitchell Elementary School perform a poetic tribute to Manitoba at Manitoba Day celebrations, commemorating the province's 145th birthday, held at the Mennonite Heritage Village on Tuesday morning.

  • Put me in, coach!

    Dozens of children take part in a youth ball hockey tournament Saturday in support of Kleefeld School teacher Kate Hawgood, who is caring for a child with a rare disorder called CKDL5, which causes seizures and major neuro-developmental impairment. Youth hockey, Zumba and a marquee hockey game between Hanover teachers and firefighters comprised the Hockey for Hawgood Cause fundraiser, hosted by a committee of Kleefeld parents and Silver Eye Sports and Entertainment.
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    Dozens of children take part in a youth ball hockey tournament Saturday in support of Kleefeld School teacher Kate Hawgood, who is caring for a child with a rare disorder called CKDL5, which causes seizures and major neuro-developmental impairment. Youth hockey, Zumba and a marquee hockey game between Hanover teachers and firefighters comprised the Hockey for Hawgood Cause fundraiser, hosted by a committee of Kleefeld parents and Silver Eye Sports and Entertainment.

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