Manitoba Blue Cross and the Tribal Councils Investment Group have formed a new company, Canadian Medi Health Solutions Inc. The entity will process health care claims for First Nations people across the country. It will also provide clients with insurance and wellness products.

The Manitoba Labyrinth Network is one of two Winnipeg-based organizations benefitting from donations from The Home Depot's Evergreen Rebuilding Nature Grant Program. The network's Carol Shields Memorial Labyrinth receives $11,000 in combined funding and materials to help create a space to celebrate the author's life. As well, the St. Matthew's-Maryland Community Ministry of Winnipeg receives $5,000 for its North McGee Garden Project, which transforms vacant lots into green spaces.

Bieber Securities has opened an office in Manitoba's second-largest city. Company namesake, founder and president Guy Bieber hails from Brandon, where he once played for the Brandon Wheat Kings. The Brandon branch is the sixth outlet for the investment chain, which also operates in Portage la Prairie, Dauphin, Swan River, Arborg and Winnipeg.

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