Rain forces Goldeyes to cancel game

Sunday baseball at Shaw Park has been cancelled due to rain. The Winnipeg Goldeyes (26-14) were scheduled to take on the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks (23-19) in game three of a four-game series. Instead, the two teams will play a double-header (two seven-inning games) on Monday at 5 p.m. The… Read More

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Three charged with drug, weapons offences

Police arrested three people and seized thousands of dollars in drugs and weapons after a warrant was executed Friday in the West Alexander neighbourhood. Police seized two loaded guns, ammunition, almost $5,000 in cocaine, $1,600 in marijuana, marijuana resin, prescription medication as well as Read More

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Police nab teen robbers during attack on woman

Two teenage girls are in custody, charged with robbery, after allegedly attacking a woman at a West Kildonan bus stop Saturday morning. Police said the two accused were walking along Main Street near Kilbride Avenue around 6:25 a.m. when they confronted a 24 year-old woman waiting for a… Read More

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Rain in forecast until Wednesday

It’s going to rain for at least a few more days, but it’s the wind that’s worrying Winnipeggers right now. Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 21 C with rain starting later this morning. The wind is from the south at 50 km/h, and gusting up to 70 km/h. […]

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Wonderful Wolseley

Mocked for years as “the yogurt and granola belt” of Winnipeg, Wolseley is getting the last laugh. Residents of the Wolseley district, located south of Portage Avenue to the Assiniboine River, have long been at the forefront of “green” development. This little neighbourhood has grown so Read More

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Cold Comfort

Licks Ice Cream Patio at 20 Britannica Rd. is marking an important milestone with some new menu items. “Every season we try to add something new to the mix, and this year that includes Belgian-chocolate sundaes, Butterfinger flurries and bubblegum shakes,” says Warren McLean, who purchased Licks Read More

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Judge wants back behind bench

A MONTANA judge who made disparaging remarks about a teenage sexual-assault victim and issued an unusually light sentence to her attacker last year is asking the state’s Supreme Court to withdraw his suspension. Judge G. Todd Baugh, who was soundly rebuked when he suggested the 14-year-old… Read More

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First Nations theme to fun parade

There were no lions and tigers… but there was a gigantic rapping bear, so that counts for something, right? A veritable safari shook down in the streets of West Broadway on Sunday with more than 100 participants dodging raindrops as they queued through the residential neighbourhood. Art Read More

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Coming to A STOP

2Since I moved to Winnipeg from the Interlake in November, my daily commute has involved the bus stops at Graham Avenue and Vaughan Street. Every morning while attending university, I would wait for Anonymous Woman’s voice to signal me to pull the yellow wire and alert the bus driver — […]

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