Kids have been checking off the days on their calendars with anticipation of the 14th Annual Festival of Fools, an initiative of the Winnipeg International Children’s Festival Inc.
At one time trains were the lifeblood that transported people and goods across this vast country. Nowadays in western Canada, the shipment of grain and passengers is nowhere near what it used to be.
The grand-daddys of Progressive Rock, YES, were at the historic Pantages Playhouse this week where they performed three albums in their entirety.
Eat, drink and be charitable is the official theme for Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation, and there was a bounty of all three at the sold-out event.
Sobeys recent purchase of Safeway will see the closing of the Lucerne cheese and ice cream plant in Winnipeg. The 41 workers to be laid off were told the company wants to ‘improve efficiencies’.
Despite the hazards associated with river ice that is melting and breaking up, many people continue to walk and drive onto the not so frozen waterways, venturing out to their tents to fish.
A Red River College Creative Communications student has won a journalism award for a series she wrote on the subject of restorative justice, which she published on Community News Commons.
Whether you’re looking for a hard-to-find LP, some vintage memorabilia, or just enamoured by the history of the ever changing music industry, Rockin’ Richard’s Record and CD sale is the place to be.
April 8th is the day Microsoft will stop supporting XP. It will still work, but there will no longer be patches or security updates, which means the software will be vulnerable to attack by hackers.
When a dog owner started looking for a pet-friendly rental, she expected it to be more work considering she has two large dogs. What she didn’t expect was it to be near impossible to find a place.