The Insurance Bureau of Canada says weather disasters are costing more than a billion dollars in claims every year; a number that will rise unless municipalities can improve things like drainage.
A debate over the Manitoba government’s proposed hike in the Provincial Sales Tax heard the measure would have more support if the NDP held a referendum and put the money raised directly into the coffers of local municipalities.
Stephanie Staples finds an inspirational new friend at the other end of a wrong number and discovers the value of seizing the simple opportunities that are revealed to us everyday.
On June 9, belly dancers from around Winnipeg and Manitoba will take the stage for a fifth year in support of Osborne House.
Forum Art Centre’s Fresh Art Show runs June 14 to 16 and features paintings in all types of media, drawings, pottery and sculptures.
A cross between the likes of curling, shuffleboard, horseshoes and a good dose of rolling moxie…take it from this writer…Belgian bowling is not as easy as it appears!
Event organizers went all out at making the event memorable and enjoyable to not just Christians but any proud Winnipegger who was there to get a peak of the new stadium.
An impressive 25-band line up combined with a picturesque prairie landscape in Cypress River, Manitoba, sets the scene for the 2nd annual Prairie Wind Music Festival on Saturday, June 1.
Everyone loves a good story and this one was a page-turner for Steve Lennon. Part mystery, part history, Steve’s adventure in discovering a national treasure is akin to the Antiques Roadshow meets Canadian Pickers.
There’s no bigger political story this year in Manitoba than the proposed increase in the Provincial Sales Tax. Tonight, all sides square off in a special CNC / Free Press debate.