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Joe Job offers many lessons

Joe Job offers many lessons

Fringe show gets it right as sold out audience laughs heartily, sheds tears, throughout performance.

What were their thoughts, today

What were their thoughts, today

Centennial anniversary of First World War battle at Vimy Ridge resonates with local Army Cadet Corp on a visit to this historic site.

Fringe play "The Last Night of the World"- a romantic comedy about the end of everything

Fringe play “The Last Night of the World”- a romantic comedy about the end of everything

Play ponders the question “How would you spend your last night?”

Bhaktimarga Swami (center) with actors in India

Walking Monk brings Bhagavad Gita to stage

The Walking Monk is back in town with traveling youth group presenting ancient Vedic drama, magic show and Kirtan tonight.

Someone to talk to

Someone to talk to

For the first time, clinical psychologists will be joining the medical team as volunteers at the Canada Summer Games, available to assist participants with a wide range of emotionally taxing issues.

Cracking open the time capsule

Cracking open the time capsule

Time to sit by the pond and reflect … in a historical kind of way.

Honouring Jack Jacobs

Honouring Jack Jacobs

He was one of the few Indigenous men to star on a football field in Canada, and we should remember all his history, as ‘incorrect’ as it might be.

Dylan's moody performance delights fans

Dylan’s moody performance delights fans

Forever a song and dance man, Bob Dylan lets his music, and his lounge style movement, do all the talking at recent Bell MTS Place concert in Winnipeg.