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Contact: Shaun Thompson
Work Phone: 204 753-2131

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Graphic design services.

Categories: Professional Services
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Contact: Lisa Thomas
Work Burrows Rd. PO Box 70 Pinawa Manitoba R0E 1L0 Work Phone: 204 753-2697

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Visit the Solo Market for:

fresh produce – meats – deli
liquor, wine, beer vendor
coffee stop

Categories: Restaurants and Food Services
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Contact: TJ Scharer
Work 40 Burrows Rd. Pinawa Manitoba R0E 1L0 Work Phone: 204 853-5200

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bank brighter
Our members value the fact that at Sunova Credit Union, we work towards providing our membership with superior financial service that exceeds all expectations. We work to respond to your current financial needs and to anticipate those of the future. Superior financial service is what we are all about.

Categories: Financial
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Contact: Marie Hiebert
Work 181 Blueberry Rock Drive Lac du Bonnet Manitoba R0E 1A0 Cell Phone: 204 345-2841 Website:

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Deciding to build a Sunroom is more than just putting a structure on your house, it’s a commitment to a way of living. A way that includes sun, health and nature in your life. No more dark damp basements or
cramped family rooms.

Embrace the open air feeling and panoramic views of a wonderful
Sunspace Sunroom. Don’t be surprised if your Sunspace Sunroom becomes your favorite room in the house!

Categories: Construction, House & Home
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Contact: Holly Parcey
Work 24 Aberdeen Ave. Pinawa Manitoba R0E 1L0 Work Phone: 204 753-5353 Website:

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Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre’s primary role is to support survivors and secondary victims of sexual assault. The organization works closely with regional service providers to ensure sexual assault survivors and secondary victims in north-eastern Manitoba receive the best possible support for healing. We provide this support through our SARAH Program.
We also recognize the importance of information sharing to address the myths and misinformation that support sexual violence and relationship abuse. Survivor’s Hope engages community members of all ages in conversations through workshops, presentations, the Internet, radio, and publications. We partner with service providers, service groups, schools and businesses to keep the conversation going. The conversation is supported through our SADI Program and our Reaching Out Program.
Sexual violence and relationship abuse affects all of us. Information helps us recognize the problem; conversation gets us working together to solve the problem.

Categories: Government
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