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Headstones own Club Regent

Headstones own Club Regent

Audience totally engaged by band’s high energy performance.

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Clean up on aisle 3

Clean up on aisle 3

Grocery giant Loblaws set to close 22 ‘underperforming’ supermarkets despite doubling third quarter profits.

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Manitoba by the Book: Minneapolis to York Factory by canoe

Manitoba by the Book: Minneapolis to York Factory by canoe

Two Minneapolis boys set out to paddle to Hudson Bay on an ambitious journey by a pair who had dreams of “Indians and rapids and Mounted Police”.

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Manitoba harpist comes home with a new Christmas album

Manitoba harpist comes home with a new Christmas album

Janelle Nadeau Ensemble set to breathe new life into classic songs, just in time for the holidays.

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Public response to building more nuclear weapons

Public response to building more nuclear weapons

The freedom at stake in the nuclear issue is life itself.

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Each $5 gift is worth $7 during 24-Hour Giving Challenge

Each $5 gift is worth $7 during 24-Hour Giving Challenge

The Province of Manitoba joins The Winnipeg Foundation to offer the biggest stretch available during the 24-Hour Giving Challenge.

A voice that could melt glaciers

A voice that could melt glaciers

Wiliam Prince warms up West End Cultural Centre with his smooth, rich, golden voice.

Thanks for your service

Thanks for your service

“They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old .. We will remember them”.

Paradise found

Paradise found

Spring trip to remote Magdalen Islands: a beautiful way to celebrate Canada 150.

A lasting memorial to the fallen

A lasting memorial to the fallen

Remembrance Day, poppies and celebrating every day leadership.

Event helps kick poverty out of Winnipeg

Event helps kick poverty out of Winnipeg

The Y-Not? Double Bill Movie Night Fundraiser at The Park Theatre features the original “Karate Kid” and “Bloodsport”.

Floodgates open

Floodgates open

It goes way beyond the casting couch, and it’s by no means limited to the world of show business.

Celebrating the life of Gord Wheaton

Celebrating the life of Gord Wheaton

A fixture of Winnipeg’s blues scene will be honoured at a special social this weekend.

For the love of jazz

For the love of jazz

I get that jazz isn’t for everyone, but when you watch someone enjoying what they’re doing so much, it’s infectious and it always makes my day.

Free Sahaja Yoga sessions return to Winnipeg

Free Sahaja Yoga sessions return to Winnipeg

Attendees encouraged to go deeper into the knowledge of yoga, and experience the true benefits of attaining the state of “self-realization”.