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Dozens Sign City's Indigenous Accord, Door Open for More

Winnipeg now has an Indigenous Accord, a step the city is taking towards reconciliation.

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Siloam Mission in Need of Donations

One of Winnipeg's inner-city homeless shelters is in desperate need of blankets, towels and personal hygiene products. 

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CAA Manitoba Hosts Annual Document Shredding & Identity Theft Education Day

It's estimated Canadians lost over $290 million to fraudsters from January 2014 to December 2016, according to the Competition Bureau of Canada. 

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This Week on Intermezzo: Five Recordings Featuring the Late Conductor Sir Jeffrey Tate

As a featured guest conductor in nearly every major orchestra hall and opera house throughout the world, even Jeffrey Tate himself expressed astonishment at his own career. Tune in every day at one o'clock when host Chris Wolf will feature a different recording by the English conductor.

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Saturday On The Wide World Of Classical Music

Getting closer to the first official day of summer and Father's Day! Why not celebrate them both this weekend on The Wide World of Classical Music.

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Family of Missing Winnipeg Man Asking Residents to Keep an Eye Out

Scott Hadath's family made a plea to the public at the Winnipeg Police Service Headquarters this morning, asking people to keep an eye out for the missing 39-year-old. 

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Bike Week Begins

Cyclists in Winnipeg's Exchange district will get a chance to ride in the area in a pop-up protected lane next week.

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Michael Bumsted, From Whodunit Mystery Bookstore On Morning Light

Co-owner and bookseller Michael Bumsted joined Morning Light's Michael Wolch  to do the inaugural draw for our Classic Whodunit Mystery Tune of the Week. Up for grabs is a $25 Gift Card from the bookstore. Missed it? Watch the video here!

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A Unique Way to Take In This Year's Agassiz Chamber Music Festival--The Listening Booth

The Agassiz Festival presents a new and novel hyper-intimate performance experience this year: small-scale solo cello recitals intended for a single audience member in a singular venue in Winnipeg's exchange district. Cellist Leanne Zacharias stopped by the Diamond Lane to tell Sarah Jo  Kirsch all about it. Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Victoria Emergency Department Closing Oct 3

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority has laid out its plan for restructuring, including a timeline for emergency department closures.

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MB portion of Great Trail now Linked East to West

After 25 years, the Trans-Canada Trail is soon to be fully connected from coast to coast to coast.

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Bernadette Smith Wins Point Douglas

The NDP has held onto its Point Douglas stronghold.

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