How many of us have made the trek east, to our neighbor past Kenora. We don’t hear a lot about our neighbor to the east, we are more obsessed with making fun of the provincial cousin to the West.
RE/Max issued a report recently that said farmland in southwest Manitoba was selling for an average $1,350 an acre, a jump of 35% in less than two years, and a 300% jump in a little over 15 years.
Imagine yourself sitting atop a two thousand pound bull trying to get a grip. Who would you want in your little corner of the rodeo ring?
Back in the days of Lesage and the Quiet Revolution, before Pierre Trudeau came to power in Ottawa, the question asked most often was What Does Quebec Want ?
Just over 160 Canadians have been killed in Afghanistan since our military was first committed to go there more than a decade ago, and it ain’t over yet.
I am not what you would call a world traveler, even in my own region of Canada. But this month I pushed the envelope a little with a rare visit to the near north.
A recent survey has found a potent liver toxin, contained in blue-green algae, infects many of our lakes, and could potentially have dire consequences for human health.
B’nai Brith is in its 93rd year of delivering incredible camping experiences at its Lake of the Woods-based outdoor camp.
This summer marks the 80th anniversary of a brutal Manitoba murder that was never solved. Here is the story of the Lees of Rossburn, Manitoba.
With Gimli’s Icelandic Festival fast approaching, CNC takes a look at the central role that Winnipeg plays in the storied history of New Iceland.