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Rotary gears up for 7th Peace Days Festival

Rotary gears up for 7th Peace Days Festival

Organizations and citizens encouraged to host events that support peace and compassion.

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Cracks in the glass ceiling

Cracks in the glass ceiling

America may elect its first woman president leaving many to wonder what took so long.

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Urgent investment needed by Canada in Indigenous health

Urgent investment needed by Canada in Indigenous health

Country is good at documenting health crises, collecting evidence; poor at doing anything about it.

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Cornell wraps up tour for adoring Winnipeg audience

Cornell wraps up tour for adoring Winnipeg audience

Sings and plays guitar for more than two hours to cap off his Acoustic Higher Truth Tour.

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Why are so many Canadians using food banks?

Canada plagued by ‘food mirages’ – available nutritious food sources many can’t afford.

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Improving community a collective effort

Improving community a collective effort

Creating an environment of compassion that embraces all citizens would make our city better.

Ontario promises help for Grassy Narrows

Ontario promises help for Grassy Narrows

After decades of neglect, officials aim to clean up mercury poisoned waters of northwestern Ontario.

Clean up for a better city

Clean up for a better city

Citizen suggests getting rid of garbage on streets and sidewalks would make Winnipeg a better community.

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Songs and stories on tap in “Beers About Songs”

Fringe musical serves up fun songs and poignant stories about relationships.

OCD, oh the drama

OCD, oh the drama

Fringe play illustrates the realities of living with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

No home advantage this season

No home advantage this season

Of the first 17 CFL games played this year, the home team has won a grand total of three.

From caricatures to chainmail, variety abounds at Fringe Marketplace

From caricatures to chainmail, variety abounds at Fringe Marketplace

Caricatures, chainmail and silks are among the finds at Fringe Festival Marketplace.

Fridrika Bjornsdottir, Icelandic princess.

Manitoba’s forgotten princess

Royal lineage from the Netherlands has little-known Manitoba connection.

Trump ghostwriter speaks out on presidential nomination

Trump ghostwriter speaks out on presidential nomination

Writer shoulders large measure of blame for controversial Republican presidential nomination

The forlorn Fringer

The forlorn Fringer

A reminder to look on the bright side if you find yourself at a play you don’t enjoy.