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The Tragically Hip
One of Canada's most recognized rock bands, The Tragically hip makes another stop in Winnipeg at MTS Center January 26th, 2013.
You can see upcoming concert dates and times on our Events Page.
WIN A $250 IKEA CARD
Winnipeggers is giving out a full house of IKEA Gift Cards for our grand re-launch! Stay tuned for different ways you can bring one of these bad boys home!
Keep an eye on our Contests page for further details on how to win.
After all the protests, rallies and picking sides, a quiet noon-hour gathering is planned this Tuesday in response to the violence in Gaza and Israel, in Ukraine, Syria, Libya and many other places around the world.
Winnipeg faith groups and human rights organizations are
Winnipeg police likely know who — and what — killed Andrew Baryluk. But they’re not about to share that information yet with the man’s family or with the public.
An autopsy has been completed following the death of the 53-year-old man during a 17-hour standoff. The biggest question that
A standing hearing will take place next month to determine who can participate in the upcoming inquest into the death of Craig Kucher, 24, of Brandon.
Kucher had a history of medical, emotional and behavioural issues. He went to the Brandon Regional Health Centre’s emergency department on June
News from CTV News: Curling rink honours Jennifer Jones’ team with mural 10 hours, 5 minutes ago
A mural of Jennifer Jones’ gold-medal winning curling team now adorns the St. Vital Curling Club.
The province is giving the Village of Winnipegosis and the Community of Crane River some money for dikes.
Relatives of the man found dead after a 17-hour police standoff said the incident should have never escalated to violence.
The federal government hopes new rail transportation rules will speed up deliveries of grain and harvest some goodwill with farmers hard-hit by a shipping bottleneck.
Winnipeg mayoral candidate Gord Steeves wants to sell more city property to fix crumbling roads.
They say truth is often the first casualty of war.
Wayne Selby’s family can attest to that.
Grandfather John Falloon was shot in the chest during a First World War battle, but the bullet never pierced his heart. It was stopped by a shaving mirror and divine intervention… at least
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