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Buckets Full of Goodness

By Charlene Birdsall

What do you keep in your buckets? Stones, gravel, soil, broken concrete, or maybe even bird seed like my husband? Some may even have buckets of beer or champagne chilling on ice. Buckets are used for many different things and come in many shapes and sizes. Some people even keep bucket lists for things they want to do and places they want to go. Continue Reading

The Pan-Canadian proof of vaccination credential (PVC) is available for fully vaccinated Manitobans for domestic travel and upon entry into Canada when returning from abroad.

The PVC may be valid in other jurisdictions and countries as proof of immunization, but please check with destinations in advance to ensure acceptance. The QR code on the PVC contains your date of birth, date of immunization and the brand of vaccine received your name, and your information when scanned by a verifier app will be subject to open data collection.

Request Your PVC: 

https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/vaccine/immunizationrecord/residents.html#pvc

Fully immunized individuals can request their PVC online, through the app, or from the province’s call centre at 1-844-MAN-VACC (1-844-626-8222).

Manitoba is now offering an immunization card for people who are fully immunized.

When you request your immunization card, a digital card that you can carry on your mobile device will be created automatically. If you request a physical card, it should arrive in the mail within two weeks. These cards will include your first and last names and a QR code. When scanned with the Manitoba Immunization Card app. the QR code will show that you are fully vaccinated.

To be eligible to request your immunization card:

  • you must have a Manitoba health card
  • you must have received all required doses of a vaccine
    • (that means for Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca, you require two doses.)
  • you must wait 14 days after getting your last dose of vaccine

Register to create your account and enter the required information - name, birthdate, health card registration number and Personal Health Information Number (PHIN).  If you wish to have a physical card mailed to the address on your Manitoba health card, be sure to check the box before you submit your request. 

- https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/vaccine/immunization-record.html

June 24, 2021

The Hottest Ticket in the Industry: 

Mutual Funds vs. ETFs

Click here to read Charlene Birdsall's Article 

The past year has been full of market events and there are several key elements to watch for in the coming months. Martin Lefebvre, Chief Investment Officer at NBI, provides an analysis and some lessons learned.

June 16, 2021

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