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Saturday On The Wide World Of Classical Music

Join host Michael Wolch for another adventure this weekend on The Wide World of Classical Music. PLUS! A feature interview with jazz singer Jazzmeia Horn in the 1:00 hour.

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The Listening Party Presents Jeb Patton: Tenthish, Live In New York

The Listening Party presents a new CD by pianist Jeb Patton. Hear the whole recording begining at 10pm with host host Roxane Gagne on Jazz on the Rox.

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Anti-Poverty Advocates March through Downtown

An anti-poverty rally in Winnipeg is calling for action from the city and the province.

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Recreational Cannabis Legalization One Week Away

Oral fluid marijuana screening kits won’t be in the hands of Manitoba police officers by the time recreational cannabis consumption is legal in Canada.

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Artyom Dervoed was in the Diamond Lane on Friday!

The lauded guitarist joins Simeon Rusnak in the Diamond Lane for a conversation!

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WFPS And Province Mark International Day Of The Girl

Young girls from across the city got a firsthand look at what its like to work for the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service today. 

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Here Is An Interview And 107 LIVE! Performance With Violinist Aisslinn Nosky

Aisslinn Nosky was in our studios for a conversation with host Michael Wolch, Plus we were treated to a little Bach on her violin.

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Arts and the Economy. Alan Freeman on the Role of Arts & Culture in the Municipal Election

With the municipal election only weeks away, we thought we'd delve into the role arts and culture plays in civic politics. Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Survey Finds CFS a Common Thread among Many Experiencing Homelessness

A look into homelessness in Winnipeg finds many of the people living on the streets were once a part of the child welfare system.

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Manitobans Encouraged to Get Immunized against Influenza

Last winter saw a record number of Manitobans get vaccinated for seasonal influenza. Last winter also had the highest number of deaths by lab-confirmed flu in three years, at 46. But don't let that discourage you from getting a flu shot.

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Baby-Changing Stations Installed in Legislature Bathrooms

Parents of newborns visiting or working in the Manitoba Legislature can feel a little more comfortable bringing along their little ones, with the installation of new baby-changing stations.

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Oppression through Language among Subjects at MMIWG Hearing in Winnipeg

After a week in Winnipeg, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will head to the Maritimes for the final public hearing that will gather evidence from Knowledge Keepers, experts, and institutional representatives.

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