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Splash Dash Tours Resume Seasonal Run at The Forks

Splash Dash Tours Resume Seasonal Run at The Forks

Water Bus
Splash Dash Tours will begin operating for the season at The Forks this weekend. (CHRISD.CA)

If you’re staying in the city this long weekend, why not hit the water at The Forks?

The Splash Dash Tours are now operating again for the season on the Red and Assiniboine Rivers.

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Red Ember Pizza Becoming Saucy Fixture at The Forks

Red Ember Pizza Becoming Saucy Fixture at The Forks

The Red Ember
The Red Ember is opening up a year-round location at The Forks. (FACEBOOK)

A popular Winnipeg food truck serving up wood-fired pizza will soon be a year-round operation.

The Red Ember, known for popping up at events and markets across Manitoba, will open a permanent location in The Common at The Forks.

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Skating Trail at The Forks Reopens After Mild Spell

Skating Trail at The Forks Reopens After Mild Spell

Red River Trail
A portion of the Red River Mutual Trail at The Forks has reopened after temperatures dropped this week. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

UPDATE: Due to the province’s warning, the trail has since been closed again.

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WINNIPEG — A bonus run of the Red River Mutual Trail is back for another blast of winter at The Forks.

After closing last week amid unseasonably warm temperatures, crews have been able to groom the trail again as cooler weather has returned the last few days.

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Festival du Voyageur Alters Plans Due to Warm Weather, Closed River Trail

Festival du Voyageur Alters Plans Due to Warm Weather, Closed River Trail

WINNIPEG — Festival du Voyageur organizers are rolling with the punches being dealt by Mother Nature on the opening weekend of the 10-day event.

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Festival du Voyageur Melting
Snow sculptures at Festival du Voyageur were melting and creating puddles on Saturday, February 18, 2017. (CHRISD.CA)

A rapid thaw and spring-like temperatures on Saturday forced the closure of the Red River Mutual Trail at The Forks, where many Festival activities had been planned to complement the fun to be had at Voyageur Park across the river.

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