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October sunset over the aspen forest

Friends focus on conserving Birds Hill Park’s natural heritage

The more people understand natural ecosystems, the more likely they are to protect them.

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Jets a success despite being swept

Jets a success despite being swept

The hopes that Mark Chipman and David Thompson had four years ago when they bought the Atlanta Thrashers and moved them to Winnipeg have paid off big time.

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Renaissance along Selkirk Avenue

Renaissance along Selkirk Avenue

An iconic Winnipeg neighbourhood steeped in history, struggles through adversity to flourish once again, thanks to generosity and vision of donors, and a community focused on working together.

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Heartwrenching stories show impact of bike re-use program

Heartwrenching stories show impact of bike re-use program

“The last memory he had of a bike is of the one that transported him to a hospital when his leg was blown off at the age of ten.”

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Taking a bite out of food insecurity

Taking a bite out of food insecurity

Nor’West Co-op Community Health Centre tackles big issues as it opens the first Community Food Centre in Western Canada.

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Tristan Zaba is a multi-instrumentalist who started playing at a  young age (supplied photo)

Local musician’s Prog Rock CD takes listener on a journey through the depths of the mind (and back)

The young and talented musicians who make up the band ZABA are set to play tonight at 72 Princess with a new line up.

Recognizing Anzac Day is an important annual event for the Down Under Club of Winnipeg. Photo: Brian Hydesmith.

A time for Aussies and Kiwis in Manitoba to remember

Local club will celebrate Anzac Day, a national occasion Down Under, this year marking the 100th anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces in WWI.

Measuring Winnipeg’s walk-ability

Measuring Winnipeg’s walk-ability

Pedestrian friendly neighbourhoods and good community design will be examined in upcoming forum.

Without national energy strategy, cash strapped provinces resort to all sorts of stunts

Without national energy strategy, cash strapped provinces resort to all sorts of stunts

When I used to get my Hydro bill in Ontario, very often my first thought was, “Boy, I could sure use a drink!”

Jane's Walk helps community members get to know their neighbourhoods.

Jane’s Walk celebrates diversity and vibrancy of neighbourhoods

Winnipeggers can choose from more than a dozen guided walks across the city presented in an innovative and uniquely neighbourly fashion.

Successful politician reflects on the challenges growing up gay

Successful politician reflects on the challenges growing up gay

A typical high-profile jock in high school, Glen Murray hid his sexual orientation throughout his teen years, but went on to become North America’s first openly gay mayor and a champion of gay rights.

Government sells half the Wheat Board to Saudi Arabian company

Government sells half the Wheat Board to Saudi Arabian company

Long running Canadian farm marketing institution now just a memory.

Fostering futures

Fostering futures

Former scholarship winner pays it forward to other youth in care.

MTS employees send a message to Anaheim Ducks

MTS employees send a message to Anaheim Ducks

Knowing the Anaheim Ducks are staying across the street at The Fairmont Hotel, MTS employees have some fun placing giant letters in the windows of their office tower.

Unique treatment centre successfully uses traditional healing practices

Unique treatment centre successfully uses traditional healing practices

Helping clients along their healing journeys, Eyaa-Keen Healing Centre Inc. was created by Indigenous People for Indigenous People.