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Organizers Put on Concert for Evacuees at The Forks

A group of Winnipeggers wanted to give evacuees from a number of Northern Manitoba First Nations a chance to listen to music, eat good food and take their minds off the situation they're in. 

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Fundraiser for Woman Injured in Car Crash Surpasses Goal

Friends of a Beausejour woman hurt in a vehicle collision this past weekend are raising money for her family through an online fundraiser, and in two days they've already passed their goal.

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Forgotten Louis Riel Monument Back in Spotlight

Turns out a concrete structure that was being used as a bulletin board at a St. Vital skate park is actually a monument to Louis Riel.

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More Evacuees Expected to Arrive in Winnipeg

The Canadian Red Cross announced 1,500 more evacuees from northern communities will come to Winnipeg as wildfires continue to burn in the region. 

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Canadian Red Cross Providing Shelter for Evacuees at Convention Centre

Approximately 1,000 people from various Northern Manitoba First Nations are expected to hold up in Winnipeg's Convention Centre over the next couple weeks as wildfires wreak havoc in their communities.

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Second Emergency Shelter Opens at Indoor Soccer Complex

The remaining forest fire evacuees from three Manitoba First Nations are expected to arrive at a second emergency shelter opened in Winnipeg.

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A Call for Blood Donors

With a long weekend around the corner, Canada needs blood donations.

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Thousands Being Evacuated from Communities Near Forest Fires

The Canadian Red Cross is trying to get as many planes as possible to help evacuate people from three First Nations threatened by smoke from nearby forest fires.

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Youth Staff at FortWhyte Put Their Homemade Boats to the Test

Two-months of skiff-building culminated today when members of the FortWhyte Farm junior staff put their boats out on the water.

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Wasps Coming to Dinner are Hunting for Food

You may have noticed more wasps being a nuisance during outdoor dining these days.

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Cellist Travelling Western Canada Performing on Trains and Street Corners

Ezra Poplove has been on the road throughout the month of August, travelling Western Canada and playing music on trains, street corners and at people's houses. 

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Stretch of McDermot Changes to One-Way, Bike Lane Being Installed

Construction begins today on an active transportation corridor on McDermot Avenue from Arlington to Furby.

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