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MBlog Winnipeg 2014 Conference: Raising the Bar on Blogging

The Women’s Enterprise Centre of Manitoba (WECM) and New Media Manitoba (NMM) are joining forces to co-host Manitoba’s very own blogging conference — MBlog Winnipeg 2014 — on January 31 and February 1. With the theme of ‘Raising the Bar on Blogging’, this year’s conference focuses on quality of content generation with an exciting lineup of speakers. […]

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Awakened Spirit - Art Exhibition

Lisa Delorme Meiler’s Paintings Inspire at Neechi Commons

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This often-repeated idiom reflects Assiniboine Credit Union employee Lisa Delorme Meiler’s vision for her art. And starting in February, her talent and inspiring artwork will be on display at the Awakened Spirit Art Exhibition at Neechi Commons.  My art resonates differently with each person, each having different […]

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Shifting to greener and more active types of commuting

Assiniboine Employees Moving Toward Greener Commuting

Over the last five years, many Assiniboine Credit Union employees have shifted to greener and more active types of commuting. These changes in commuting patterns have been tracked through several annual Employee Commuting Surveys, first used in 2009. These surveys have proven to be an incredibly informative tool that offer a very detailed snapshot of employee […]

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Responsibly disposing of the redundant gadgets

Disposing of Electronics Responsibly

Receiving an electronic gift (computer, TV, tablet, smart phone, etc.) is exciting and now that the holidays are over, some new gadgets may have found their way into your home. Looking after these electronic gagets is important to you, and making sure you dispose of the redundant electronics responsibly should be just as important. According to the United Nations StEP Initiative […]

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Improving your financial health - spend less, save more

3 Simple Tips to Help You Spend Less and Save More

The key to most financial plans is directing more money into savings, debt repayment and investments. Not surprisingly, this is also the hardest part of turning a financial plan into action. If spending less and saving more was easy — everyone would be in great financial shape. Not to worry though, here are three practical […]

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