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This Winnipeg golf business is a family affair

30 years of golf and community at Shooters

Shooters Family Golf Centre breaks down its success on 30th anniversary. Family-run golf business thanks Winnipeg for three decades of success. Shooters Family Golf Centre credits its great service catered…

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CEDA: Raymond Ngarboui, Community Organizer of Rainbow Community Gardens, coordinates food security initiatives with refugee and newcomer families.

CEDA gives Winnipeg youth a new lease on life

Winnipeg residents have already seen the makeover of the Merchants Hotel from the outside, but the next transformation is going on inside. Originally built as a hardware store in 1914…

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Winnipeg’s tasty new ice cream shop could be instantly iconic

Who’s crazier…us for opening the first day of winter, or everyone coming for ice cream in this weather?” Winnipeg’s newest spot for cool treats was born out of the warmth…

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Signing the Indigenous Accord

The Road to Reconciliation: ACU’s Progress on Indigenous Accord Commitments

In 2017, ACU was the first financial institution in Manitoba to sign the Winnipeg Indigenous Accord in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action. Winnipeg’s…

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Meet Ed, ACU’s new live chat service

Ed is helping “Ed-ucate” members about ACU products and services, as well as assisting with their banking needs. ACU’s new live chat service is designed to be convenient, secure and…

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Donation to Astum Api Niikinaahk Tiny Homes Village helps a little home go a long way

The houses are tiny, but their impact is huge. The Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Astum Api Niikinaahk Tiny Homes Village is the first of its kind in Manitoba—a community…

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