New direction for The Forks

Back in the 1980s, the architects of the inner-city renewal project known as The Forks envisioned a mix of green space, retail stores, restaurants and residential buildings rising on the blighted patch of former railway land near the site of the city’s birthplace. Since The Forks opened in 1989, Read […]

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Lotteries

In the event of a discrepancy between this list and the official winning numbers, the latter shall prevail. PICK 3 Winning number Friday was 872. EXTRA Winning number Friday was 5363711. LOTTO MAX Winning numbers Friday for an estimated jackpot of $21,000,000 were: 4, 6, 7, 16, 18, 40, 46. […]

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Artists to say so long to Walters

Winnipeg’s music and cultural community will gather at the the Burt next week to say farewell to Kevin Walters. The longtime promoter and friend to musicians and agents alike died from cancer earlier this week. The 54-year-old was responsible for some of the biggest events on the Canadian Read More

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Maple syrup forever

Some Canadians see Canada Day as just another day off in the summer. Others see the national holiday as a chance to celebrate what makes us Canadian. Yet others take the opportunity to develop a sunburn and a hangover, which together hwave the power to transform the faces of people […]

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Limited train service to Churchill to resume

Churchill will soon see the resumption of trains carrying freight, although the resumption of trains carrying people is not yet planned. Omnitrax North announced Friday that repair work on the track to Churchill — which has been out of service from Gillam to Churchill since early June — is… Read […]

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Feds’ stance on CMHR ridiculous and insulting

For anyone looking for the ultimate definition of nonsense, we humbly submit the following. A dispute panel, created by the federal government, decided the federal government owes the City of Winnipeg more money in lieu of property taxes for a federally owned museum. If you’re confused, don’t Read More

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