Right in the centre - Things that must end, things that should never have been

By Ken Waddell

Neepawa Banner & Press

Last week, there was a story out about a lady in a care home who, even though she had been vaccinated, said she and her fellow residents were still largely confined to their rooms.

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Right in the centre - Advocacy at its best

By Ken Waddell

Neepawa Banner & Press

Every week seems to bring a new challenge and opportunities. With this column being written from a hospital bed (again), it is a challenge. It is tough enough for me to type at any time, but with an oxygen monitor taped to one hand and an IV port taped to the other, the word challenge takes on new meaning.

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Right in the centre - COVID-19 lockdown could be handled better

By Ken Waddell

Neepawa Banner & Press

think just about everyone is at the end of their patience with COVID-19 and it’s hard to blame them.

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Right in the centre - Education review long overdue

By Ken Waddell

Neepawa Banner & Press

The Province of Manitoba has received, and now released, a K-12 education report with 75 recommendations and Education Minister Cliff Cullen said the province has accepted all of them in spirit and principle. Some, but not all, are incorporated into Bill 64.

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Right in the centre - This isn’t what I wanted

By Ken Waddell

Neepawa Banner & Press

They told me, “You have MG.” I would much rather they had said, “You have an MG,” you know, the British sports car, a red one, fully restored and ready to roll. I would have figured out how to fit my somewhat older, chubby body into it. I really would have.

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