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Astronaut adjusting to 'earthling' life
Canada's space ambassador, Chris Hadfield, is still readapting to life on this planet after spending 146 days in zero gravity as commander of the International Space Station.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Winnipeg Free Press
Man charged, victims identified in double homicide
A man known to have a relationship to the female victim in a double slaying discovered in Charleswood Friday has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder.
The Guelph Mercury
Travel: Museum tells the story of Canadians who served their country at war
And if something can be fired, shot or hurled, chances are it's on display at The RCA Museum located at Canadian Forces Base Shilo, a two-hour drive from Winnipeg in southwestern Manitoba.
Man,44, charged in Charleswood double homicide
Winnipeg police have charged a man in connection with a double homicide after two bodies were found inside a Charleswood home Friday.
Kelowna B722 at Regina on May 13th 2013, laser beam incapacitates first officer
A Kelowna Flightcraft Boeing 727-200, registration C-GLKF performing freight flight KFA-290 from Regina,SK to Winnipeg,MB with 3 crew, was climbing through 1200 feet out of Regina when the aircraft was hit by a green laser beam from the ground.
Power Thrashers Edge Of Attack Announce 'Northern Destruction Tour'; New Music Video 'In Hell'
Website: http://www.edgeofattack.com Music: http://youtu.be/qBRj84u-i50 Grande Prairie, AB power-thrash five-piece Edge of Attack are proud to announce they will be trekking across Alberta for the month of June along with a tour date in Winnipeg, MB for their Northern Destruction Tour in promotion of their debut self titled album released on Spread ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
Jo Dee Messina reschedules Canadian shows to be with ailing mom
Country songstress Jo Dee Messina has postponed several late May Canadian shows, explaining that her mother's heart complications are the cause.
Pattison group looks to buy castoffs from Bell Astral deal
Jim Pattison is expanding his radio empire in Calgary and branching out into Winnipeg thanks to Bell's proposed $3-billion acquisition of Astral Media Inc.
Police, RCMP descend on two Winnipeg neighbourhoods
An ambulance and police cruiser cars sit outside of a home in the 4300 block of Roblin Boulevard on Friday.
Winnipeg head shop reopens after police raid
A Winnipeg head shop shut down after a police raid earlier this month has reopened with a slightly different name.
Family reunification program changes worry some in Winnipeg
She knew no English, she had no income, she had no idea how she would support herself, and she had even planned to bring family members from home once she got here.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg play shines light into cells of women awaiting trial
During the recent media call for the new play Jail Baby, a scene is performed in which a woman outfitted in an orange prison jumpsuit is kneeling beside a toilet bowl and seems to be carrying on a conversation with something inside it.
Wed May 15, 2013
Winnipeg police make drug arrest during traffic stop
Winnipeg police officers were stationed on Maryland Street between St. Matthews and Ellice avenues on Wednesday evening as vehicles drove past automatic licence plate readers.
Fraser Road residents on alert as brush fire burns
A water bomber has been brought in to help firefighters battle a grass fire in a south Winnipeg neighbourhood this hour.
Winnipeg magazine features art focused on mental health
Kaleidoscope, Wellness through Creative Expression is a magazine featuring artwork and literature by people who are affected by mental health issues.
UFO sightings soar in Manitoba, across Canada
An annual UFO survey released this week by Winnipeg-based Ufology Research, shows record-breaking UFO sightings in the province last year.
Firefighter hurt battling garage fire in Winnipeg
Firefighters work to extinguish flames at a garage fire on Cormorant Bay in Winnipeg's Southdale neighbourhood Wednesday.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Restaurant Dubrovnik demolished
Restaurant Dubrovnik first opened in 1976 and closed its doors on Assiniboine Avenue in February 2012.
Tue May 14, 2013
Growing wheat from 'common' Faller could get expensive
The Canadian Plant Technology Agency is warning unauthorized seed sellers and potential buyers to avoid trading in "common" seed for the Faller wheat variety.
Aamodt Plumb Architects' Smokehouse Looks to Primitive Structures for Modern Building Solutions
Aamodt Plumb Architects , a young design studio based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, saw its second completed project built this January along The River Trail at The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba.