Mike Clynes, project director for Stuart Olson Dominion Construction Ltd., builders of the city’s new stadium, unveiled a list of interesting facts about the project and was candid with the crowd about the experience of building the new facility
With a frying pan for a head, Peter Pan is one of 150 guffelwarfs who welcome visitors to Len Van Roon’s Charleswood home. “The neighbors love them,” he says.
Normally as October draws to a close we finalize playoff matchups in the CFL, remember the baseball season that was, and watch to see how our draft picks are doing in the early games of the NHL.
This column is read and heard by many who don’t live in Winnipeg, but the story of the month, possibly the story of the year as it relates to what is news involves Winnipeg’s new police chief.
The only newspaper of its kind that covers the Icelandic community in Manitoba and abroad, this modest publication has been publishing since the early years of Icelandic settlement in North America.
Community News Commons fall training workshops kicked off last night with a lively and engaging Advanced Writing workshop presented by Winnipeg Free Press columnist Dan Lett.
Wasylycia-Leis said that she would like to run again and continues to “keep abreast of the issues and keep visible in the community” but didn’t rule out choosing to work behind the scenes.
Whether you grew up in Winnipeg, Neepawa or Clear Lake, the cinema likely played a big role in your childhood. Here’s a chance to check out some of your old haunts.
The evidence shows that older drivers are not the group responsible for the most accidents, but it should be clear by now that all of us should have to pass more than one driving test in our lifetime.
On November 7 Alpha House, a home for women who have left abusive partners, will hold its 17th annual fundraiser dinner.