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Comedy team’s art auction picks your pocket in support of AIDS transition home

Comedy team’s art auction picks your pocket in support of AIDS transition home

You’ll go home with great art and a smile on your face, knowing folks living with HIV can continue to thrive in their loving transitional residence.

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Why Saskatchewan won’t join the Daylight Savings parade

Why Saskatchewan won’t join the Daylight Savings parade

Call it what you will – Land of the Living Skies, Roughrider Nation – this is likely the one place where the clocks will never change.

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Winnipeg Arena’s Queen is coming home!

Winnipeg Arena’s Queen is coming home!

The portrait of Queen Elizabeth that hung in the Winnipeg Arena from 1979 to 1999 is coming home thanks to two Manitobans.

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Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to work we go … but how do we get there?

Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to work we go … but how do we get there?

Innovative workshops are geared towards individuals who want to support their co-workers to bike, bus, walk or carpool to work.

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Guilty with an explanation

Guilty with an explanation

Win or lose, one can feel lucky to live in a country where you are given the chance to have your day in court.

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It’s not all bad news when it comes to the environment

It’s not all bad news when it comes to the environment

Billed as an evening of “films, food and fun”, Reel Green promises to inspire people and celebrate nature.

Gay athlete fears coming out, leaves college’s homophobic environment

Gay athlete fears coming out, leaves college’s homophobic environment

Talented athlete and coach struggles with decision to announce his sexual orientation in a sports world filled with discrimination.

Exposing the truth about eating disorders

Exposing the truth about eating disorders

This week is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week and the focus is on busting many of the myths surrounding these conditions that afflict thousands of Canadians.

Laugh until you shart

Laugh until you shart

Comedy film festival brings laughs for third year in honour of namesake’s final wishes.

From canvas to clay: new works shed light on daily life

From canvas to clay: new works shed light on daily life

Charlene Brown’s sculptures and paintings blend colours and shapes in an abstract way, so the viewer can think outside the structure of realism and focus on the spirit, energy and expressions portrayed.

Strong women building strong communities, one monologue at a time

Strong women building strong communities, one monologue at a time

Sarasvàti’s Cabaret of Monologues provides a different perspective on gender and equality. This year’s theme: SuperWomen.

Impressive cast to stage musical version of beloved film

Impressive cast to stage musical version of beloved film

On the heels of several successful premieres, Rainbow Stage brings Sister Act to Manitoba for the first time.

2nd coldest Festival du Voyageur still packs them in

2nd coldest Festival du Voyageur still packs them in

While attendance was down slightly due to the cold weather, the Festival saw larger than usual crowds in their indoor night time venues.

The reason (other than the weather) February is so cold

The reason (other than the weather) February is so cold

Be it birthdays, Christmas or Valentine’s Day – giving gifts to my significant other has been one romantic ship wreck after another.

Grain fights crude oil for spot on Canadian rail cars

Grain fights crude oil for spot on Canadian rail cars

With little pipeline capacity, shipping oil by train is increasing even if it means less grain is moved and communities face threats of potential derailments.