By Dave Baxter on March 22, 2017
“This may be the nicest group of baseball facilities ever to be utilized in the 50 year history of the Canada Summer Games.”
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on March 21, 2017
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Through her hard work and perseverance, Margaret Morse has changed the lives of many.
By Vivian Ketchum on March 20, 2017
After two Indigenous women were murdered last week, residents gathered to remember the victims and to call for an end to the violence.
By Dave Baxter on March 18, 2017
St. Patrick’s Day show celebrates 20th anniversary of “Transmission” album release.
By Anne Martin on March 17, 2017
3 Doors Down delivers high energy show full of driving rock and power ballads.
By Fred Morris on March 16, 2017
Former city councillor was a dedicated, accessible politician, known for his pursuit of social justice.
By Heather Emberley / Gracie Sweetstory on March 15, 2017
Looking for employment? Check out the Rotary Career Symposium at RBC Convention Centre.
By Anne Martin on March 15, 2017
Opening act provides interesting, gritty set; main event delivers loud, sweaty performance.
By Dave Baxter on March 15, 2017
Photographer catches up to pop/rock group on the Winnipeg stop of their tour across Canada.