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What is one thing that would make our community better and why?

What is one thing that would make our community better and why?

That’s the first question we’re asking Winnipeggers at CNC’s new video booth – Express Yourself.

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100 years young

100 years young

Soccer victories aren’t the only thing Icelanders are cheering about these days; they’re also celebrating a century of service in Manitoba by the IODE Jon Sigurdsson Chapter.

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Trombone Shorty energetic, powerful

Trombone Shorty energetic, powerful

Jazz Fest concludes with rocking, jazzy, funky show that had audience dancing, clapping and jumping.

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Manitoba cool to idea of sweetening CPP

Manitoba cool to idea of sweetening CPP

Feds get support from all but two provinces in effort to bolster old age security benefits.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band sizzles at Jazz Fest's Blues/Rock night

Tedeschi Trucks Band sizzles at Jazz Fest’s Blues/Rock night

There’s something special about this band and how their music touches the crowd.

Unique farmer's market pops up in Exchange alleyway

Unique farmer’s market pops up in Exchange alleyway

FIrst of four Alleyways Markets planned for the Exchange this summer kicked off on Friday with Manitoba foods and products on the menu.

Community devastated by revelations of mercury poisoning

Community devastated by revelations of mercury poisoning

Former paper mill employee admits to dumping toxic chemicals near Grassy Narrows First Nation, a community still fighting to prevent their water from being poisoned.

NHL bets on Vegas, not Quebec

NHL bets on Vegas, not Quebec

Las Vegas hockey team should be a “can’t miss” for success.

Turtle Island by Mark Wagner

Reflections on reconciliation

National Aboriginal Day saw one Winnipeg teacher engaging young people in a dialogue about Canada’s Indigenous reality.

Sometimes the best things in life are free

Sometimes the best things in life are free

Kudos to Winnipeg’s Jazz Fest for their series of free concerts at The Cube, like the sensational performances by Dawn Pemberton.

Epic show raises the bar

Epic show raises the bar

It will be hard for Jazz Winnipeg to top the masterful performance by Kamasi Washington and his band.

Affordable music fest kicks off summer

Affordable music fest kicks off summer

Third annual Real Love Summer Fest features imported talent along with diverse, homegrown indie acts.

Aboriginal spirituality bridges gap

Aboriginal spirituality bridges gap

Non-Indigenous community can connect deeply to Aboriginal culture and heritage.