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Sudanese Women Describe Awfulness of Refugee Life

Canadian Foodgrains Bank and Sudanese refugees are trying to draw attention to famine in the region, and the people suffering there.

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New Neighbourhood Watch Group Takes to Winnipeg Streets

Inspired by the Bear Clan Patrol, a group of Filipino residents in Winnipeg's Maples area have started a community watch group of their own.

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Kurt Tittlemier From The Winnipeg Classical Guitar Society Announces Their 2017/2018 Season

What International guitar stars will be on the stage here next year? Winnipeg Classical Guitar Society President Kurt Tittlemier dropped by the Morning Light with Michael Wolch to tell us more! Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Governments Invest in Low-income Home-building Initiative

Habitat for Humanity is getting money from the Manitoba and federal governments as it gets set to build several new homes through the Carter Work Project.

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Organized Crime Duo's Rachel Mahon & Sarah Svendsen on Morning Light

It was a fun conversation with the Organized Crime Duo Monday moirning with host Michael Wolch. Known for their onstage antics, costume changes and fantastic organ playing, Rachel Mahon and Sarah Svendsen are performing in Winnipeg Wednesday night. Missed Michael's interview? Watch the video here!

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Suboxone Made More Accessible for Opioid Addicts in Manitoba

Suboxone, a replacement therapy drug used in treating opioid addictions, is now covered by Manitoba Health under Pharmacare.

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Big News Announcement! The 2018 WSO Winnipeg New Music Festival Reveals Its Headlining Composer---Phillip Glass!

WSO New Music Festival curator Matthew Patton was Sarah Jo's guest to make the announcement. Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Saturday On The Wide World Of Classical Music

Summer is here! Well, at least technically it is, though so far we can't say the weather has been an indication. Tune in to The Wide World of Classical Music for a musical voyage to escape the weather blues.

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Rent Increases for Low-income Earners Will Mean Difficult Choices, says Advocate

Rent is going up for some low-income Manitobans, both in private and public housing.

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Study into Protected Bike Lanes for The Exchange Continues

Some Winnipeg cyclists got some added protection at Old Market Square this week.

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Centennial Torch Lit by '67 Front Runner

A man denied the honour of lighting the Centennial Torch in 1967 got to do so 50 years later.

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Telling Human Rights Stories Through the Photographer's Lens

A display of 70 stunning photographs based around the theme of human rights opened as part of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ (CMHR) Canada 150 celebrations.

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