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Post office retrieved from Craig's Store. /SHIRLEY KOWALCHUK

Visit to local museum an unforgettable experience

Above all the amazing artifacts contained within, the Charleswood Museum is a bastion of community.

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Red Rising on Turtle Island

Red Rising on Turtle Island

Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie: a force in the Indigenous political landscape.

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Tolko mill closure latest blow to commodity based economy

Tolko mill closure latest blow to commodity based economy

“Hewers of wood and haulers of water” face uncertain future, especially in one industry towns.

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Uncle Sam needs you!!

Uncle Sam needs you!!

Doing something about the U.S. election by encouraging every American citizen living in Canada to vote.

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Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

Imagining the ‘other side’: coping with the pain after losing a pet.

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Less garbage, lower taxes

Less garbage, lower taxes

Community would benefit if citizens cleaned up after themselves, and if taxes were lowered.

Time for Philpott to cut to the chase

Time for Philpott to cut to the chase

Federal Health Minister must move on from expense controversy and take aim at reforming country’s expensive health care system.

Morris and Area Newsletter

Having a hotdog in Morris with no mosquitoes

Lots to do this fall for residents in the Morris and surrounding area.

I Walk In The History of My People

I Walk In The History of My People

Connie Merasty recites a powerful poem about being Indigenous under the dark shadows of colonization.

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Art meets machinery at pop-up exhibit

Museum of New Ideas creates dialogue by blending art and technology.

A season of transformation

A season of transformation

This year’s lineup from Sarasvàti will challenge audiences to see things differently.

Coal mine canary flies into The Pas

Coal mine canary flies into The Pas

From Martha Street Studios to The Pas, local artist showcases exhibition about barriers faced by artists who are disabled.

Canada opens her heart

Canada opens her heart

Final Tragically Hip concert brings outpouring of love.

Depressingly normal to drive drunk on the prairies

Depressingly normal to drive drunk on the prairies

Rules against impaired driving need to be tougher, for those who should know better and for those who don’t have a clue.

Hose hugger Nick and Dan on the sprayer

Making ice while curling up with a good book

Stories from southern Manitoba: getting ice rinks ready for hockey; self-publishing a book about growing up on the farm.