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Here Comes The Bride! A Special Wedding Edition On The Wide World Of Classical Music

All eyes will be watching the wedding of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle on Saturday morning, so we will celebrate their marriage with music.

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Meet Ruby Fraser, the Jets Oldest Fan

Hockey has been important to Ruby Fraser since she was a little girl. Now, 105-years-old, the Jets are still her first love and she is excited for the chance at winning a Stanley Cup.

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Painting the Pavement

After months of winter driving and drivers having to guess where the lanes are, crews are busy with the City's biggest annual art project.

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Measurable rain fell Tuesday, more on the way

Winnipeg received measurable rainfall for the first time in a month Tuesday. More rain is in the forecast. 

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Liquor Allowed in Provincial Parks for May Long

The May long weekend liquor ban has been lifted in provincial campgrounds.

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Jets Wins Now Count for Extra

If the Stanley Cup wasn't enough incentive, Domino's Pizza Canada CEO Michael Schlater is giving the Winnipeg Jets something else to play for.

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Attendence at Whiteout Declines for Second Straight Game

Attendance at the highly anticipated street party declined for the second straight game Monday.

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12 Manitobans to Receive Order of Canada

The highest honour in the province, The Order of Manitoba, will be handed to 12 individuals in July.

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Manitoba's Addictions and Mental Health Treatment Needs Overhaul: Report

The Government of Manitoba is set to tackle addictions and mental health issues.

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Family of Missing Winnipeg Woman Takes Part in MMIWG2S Mother's Day March

Family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirits (MMIWG2S) gathered for their 14th annual Mother's Day Walk on Sunday. 

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Province Announces Manitoba 150 Committee

Though the 150th anniversary of Manitoba joining Canada as the 5th province is still two years away, the provincial government wants to be prepared. 

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True North Disappointed in Scalpers Trying to Capitalize on Whiteout Party

True North Sports & Entertainment's Vice President, Venues and Entertainment says he's not surprised scalpers are re-selling free tickets to Saturday's Winnipeg Jets Whiteout Street Party, but that doesn't take away the sting. 

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