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Jazz Recording Of The Month With McNally Robinson Booksellers

It's back! Sorry we missed May, but glad to be able to bring you Charlie Watts for the June Jazz Recording of the Month.

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Congratulations to May's Classic Kid of the Month Alexis!

3 1/2 year old Alexis Pacak was nominated by her nanny Fiona. Alexis wins a $50 gift certificate to the wonderful and magical Toad Hall Toys in the Exchange! See Fiona's touching entry here.

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Police Used AIR1 Helicopter Less in 2016 than 2015

The Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) used the AIR1 helicopter far less in 2016 compared to 2015, according to the Flight Operations Annual Report.

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Guess Who?

No, it's not Pavarotti, Jonas Kaufmann, Roberto Alagna or Juan Diego Florez. To find out, check here....

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Asian Heritage Month Events Aim to Break Stigmas

The Asian Heritage Society of Manitoba and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights held a number of events yesterday to celebrate Asian Heritage Month in the province. 

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Renaissance Voices' Dr. Janet Brenneman and Guest Artist Andrew Erickson in the Diamond Lane

The chamber choir is performing this Sunday afternoon! Host Sarah Jo Kirsch sat down with Janet and Andrew to learn more about the group's season finale. Missed it? Watch the interview here!

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Former Winnipegger Trying to Prevent Tragedy After Son Killed by Soccer Net

A former Winnipegger and well-known radio personality is using the death of his son to bring awareness to a problem, in hopes of preventing further tragedies.

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City of Winnipeg Raises Pride Flag to Kick Off Week-Long Festivities

Pride Week in Winnipeg kicked off its 30th year celebrations with the raising of the rainbow flag at City Hall this past Friday, May 26, 2017. 

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Doors Open Winnipeg Returns for 14th Year

The annual event that gives you a glimpes into Winnipeg's past and the freedom to explore some of the oldest buildings in the city that are typically closed to the public is back for another year.

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Maison Gabrielle Roy Fundraising for New Walkway

The historic home of a Canadian writer from Saint Boniface is getting a new sidewalk, but it needs a bit of a top off financially.

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City Councillor Proposes Extending Exemptions for U-Passes

The councillor for St. Vital wants to change the rules for mandatory student bus passes at the Universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba.

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CMHR Could be the Best in Canada

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is in the running to be named Canada's top attraction.

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