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  1. WAG tour offers a peek at riverfront residencesRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | My

    "Known as the river city, Winnipeg boasts some of the finest riverfront homes on the prairies and the 2015 Home Tour celebrates this stunning architecture and design," says WAG Director & CEO Dr. Stephen Borys. The self-guided tour allows access into four homes located along the Red River.


  2. Fingerprinting ErosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Water Online

    You may have noticed that after a heavy rainstorm, creeks and rivers often turn the color of chocolate milk. That cloudy brown color is caused by sediments - weathered rock material ranging in size from tiny granules of mud to stones.


  3. Manitoba Inuit Association moves in with Winnipeg Art GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nunatsiaq News

    Throatsingers perform at an event organized by the Manitoba Inuit Association, which has moved in the Winnipeg Art Gallery. With its new location in the Winnipeg Art Gallery's Studio building at the corner of Memorial Boulevard and St. Mary Avenue, the MIA plans to share more than just a space with the gallery, known widely as the WAG. 1 comment

  4. Winnipeg's busy summer saw high tourism numbersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | GlobalNews

    Between the warm weather and dozens of events happening around the city, it was a recipe for a good summer. From the CMHR to the zoo, Winnipeg's biggest hot spots saw an increase in numbers from last year.


  5. Where are the fans?Read the original story

    Sunday Aug 30 | My

    We're almost at the halfway point of the Canadian Football League season, and something is missing. More and more, it is the fan in the stands who's prepared to pay full price for a ticket, and endure all kinds of weather.


  6. Death of red panda at B.C. zoo sparks calls for change from animal activistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 |

    Wind gusts up to 90 km/h knocked down trees, power poles, and sent branches flying, causing travel delays and leaving tens of thousands of residents without power. Red pandas relax in their enclosure at the Beijing zoo on June 24, 2013.


  7. 'Man, a shelter would be nice': $100K for 'homeless hero' statue irks advocatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | CBC News

    Former Winnipeg mayor Sam Katz says he still supports plans to erect a statue honouring Faron Hall, the "homeless hero" who saved two people from drowning in the Red River in 2009, even though some of Hall's friends think money for the statue would be better spent on a homeless shelter. Hall's body was pulled from the Red River on Aug. 17, 2014 .


  8. Vacant Target Canada locations inspire Tumblr pageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | GlobalNews

    It has been months since Target closed up shop in Canada but the company's presence can still be felt across the country. In all 133 stores were shut down.


  9. Winnipeg Dental Practice Renovates Office, Welcomes General DentistRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Market Wire

    Avant Dental Care, a comprehensive Winnipeg dental practice with five locations, has renovated one of its dental offices and hired a new general dentist trained in all aspects of dentistry. Dr. Saba Naghipur, who most recently served communities in northern Manitoba, will join the staff at the newly renovated Broadway Dental Centre, 640 Broadway.


  10. Clean out your closet and win a men's makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | My

    Kildonan Place Shopping Centre is at it again. They consistently support needs in the local community with drives and charity events.


  11. Life at seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | My

    The following is a blog post originally published at and written by U of M postdoctoral researcher Kathleen Munson. Munson reports from aboard the NGCC/CCGS Amundsen and discusses what research is like at sea in the arctic.


  12. Review: Fragility by Sandra Black at Beaver GalleriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Two warm honey coloured celadon glazed bowls in this exhibition are a tangible reminder of Sandra Black's residency at Jingdezhen in China in 2014. Jingdezhen is called the pottery capital of China and is famous for its kaolin clay that has been used to make porcelain for more than 1000 years.


  13. Olive combines music, cycling in cross-country "Blue Dot" tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Southwest Booster

    Derek Olive will be riding into Swift Current for an August 20 concert at the Urban Ground Coffeehouse. He is in the midst of a 3,055 kilometre long cycling trip in support of his new album Mystery and Dust plus sharing details of the David Suzuki Foundation's Blue Dot campaign.


  14. White nose syndrome: the fight to save bats heats upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | CBC News

    Kaleigh Norquay and Erin Segstro, researchers from the University of Winnipeg, stand outside a cave about 20 minutes west of Thunder Bay. They recently carried out equipment tests ahead of a night of swabbing and tagging bats. 2 comments

  15. Winnipeg Roller Derby Bombshell Brawlers host debut tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | My

    Did you know that the Winnipeg Roller Derby League has two travel teams? Back in June, you had the chance to see the All Stars on their home turf. Now is your chance to see the Bombshell Brawlers, the league's B-level team in action as they host their first tournament in Winnipeg.


  16. Demski getting the hang of it with RidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Regina Leader Post

    "He was a dynamic player at the CIS level and it's no different here; he's a dynamic player at this level too," Dyce said Tuesday at Mosaic Stadium. "He's got to have the same confidence that he did going into games there.


  17. Bisons gun for gridiron gloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    If there is one certainty with the University of Manitoba Bisons this season, it's they are certainly going to look different than last year's Herd. Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press The Bisons new starting quarterback Theo Deezar will do his best to replace the prolific Jordan Yantz.


  18. Barbarians make points in first loss of yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Brandon Sun

    The Brandon Barbarians men dropped their first game of the season on Saturday, a 27-24 decision to the Winnipeg Wanderers. The loss leaves the Barbs at 4-1, but they did gain a defensive bonus point for keeping the score tight and an offensive point for scoring four tries.


  19. Mentor fills NEEDS for refugee youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Sarah Kowalski studied international development at the University of Winnipeg, but she hasn't had to travel far to meet people from different parts of the world. Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press Sarah Kowalski has learned as much from the children she mentors as they have learned from her. 1 comment

  20. Drawing attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 15 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Joe Pilapil and Bridget Ellen are the brains behind the Travelling Sign Painters, a mobile operation that creates hand-rendered, retro-looking posters, banners and placards for businesses and individuals. The "travelling" in the twosome's tag refers to their chosen mode of transportation.