Peace on the agenda at CMHR

Give peace a chance, Winnipeg. That’s what officials at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights will be asking for when the museum unveils its first temporary exhibit next month. Peace — The Exhibition will showcase Canada’s role in various wars and conflicts around the globe,… Read More

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Man arrested for chasing and grabbing teen

Winnipeg police have made an arrest after a young girl was chased in the Westwood area Wednesday night. The incident occurred about midnight in the area of Rouge Road and Browning Boulevard when a 15-year-old girl noticed she was being followed by an unknown male. Concerned for her safety, she […]

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New Flyer riding high

NEW business acquisitions and a generally stronger market has boosted revenue at Winnipeg bus maker New Flyer Industries by 30 per cent for the second quarter. The company posted total sales of $346.5 million on a 19 per cent increase in deliveries and a 57.1 per cent increase in aftermarket […]

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Kildonan Place mall gets new owners

WINNIPEG’S third-largest regional shopping mall — Kildonan Place — has been sold to a Toronto-based investment trust for $138.5 million. H&R Real Estate Investment Trust acquired the 460,498-square-foot mall from Toronto-based Ivanhoé Cambridge, which had an 80 per cent ownership Read More

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Supernatural… In Latin

Carlos Santana has a flair for the dramatic. When asked about his current run of arena shows with Rod Stewart — an 18-date tour dramatically billed The Voice. The Guitar. The Songs, which arrives at the MTS Centre on Friday night — he responds: “I feel very honoured to be […]

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Council gadfly Sanders in race

And then there were eight. David Sanders, the former provincial deputy minister of urban affairs, who for nearly a year and a half has acted as the self-appointed representative of Joe and Joanne Public, will officially become Winnipeg’s eight mayoralty candidate this morning. The proudly Read More

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