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Fans raise the roof after Manitoba’s gold medal victory in women’s volleyball

Manitoba won its first gold medal in women’s volleyball at the Canada Summer Games since 2009.

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Banner cherry year prompts free neighbourhood u-pick

I could make a sour cherry pie with fresh organic local fruit I had picked myself: a quintessential summer experience.

Fringe fave funny as heck

Fringe fave funny as heck

Paco Erhard’s jokes went places I couldn’t believe he’d gone but his honesty was refreshing.

"Leash Your Potential" needs to go off leash sometimes

“Leash Your Potential” needs to go off leash sometimes

Fringe play takes aim at absurdity of many office jobs.

Run don't wander to this play

Run don’t wander to this play

A must see for everyone who’s ever traveled and anyone who’s wanted to.

Definitely not a primer on how to hug

Definitely not a primer on how to hug

A surprisingly profound performance from a charismatic actor who seemed to genuinely care about his audience.

Fringe is all about taking chances

Fringe is all about taking chances

The Ballad of Frank Allen – about a janitor who is shrunk and ends up living in a stranger’s beard – is a great pick: interesting, fast-paced and well produced.

Free Slurpee Day has special meaning for Winnipeggers

Free Slurpee Day has special meaning for Winnipeggers

Celebrate Winnipeg’s crowning as “Slurpee Capital of the World” for the 18th year in a row by grabbing a frosty one during Free Slurpee Day on 7-11-2017.

Book lovers encouraged to go on summer read trip

Book lovers encouraged to go on summer read trip

Experience Canada from your living room with the help of a book list compiled by the Winnipeg Public Library.

L to R: Tulane, Tristan Shumaker and Riel.

Students hone skills building Canada Games props

Canada Games YouthBuild MITT partnership helps reduce ‘To Do’ list for event organizers.