Dauphin’s Countryfest is celebrating 30 years in 2019 with a slate full of the industry’s biggest names next summer.
During a news conference in Winnipeg on Tuesday, organizers revealed additional headliners fans can look forward to June 27-30.
By The Canadian Press
EDMONTON – A homeless man who found an authentic animation cel from the classic Disney movie “Bambi” in a tattered, dirty frame will use his earnings to reunite with his family in Ontario.
Adam Gillian, who is 38, brought the item into Curiosity Inc., an antique shop in Edmonton, and the owner bought it for $20.
‘Tis the season to donate to the Winnipeg Jets Toy Drive.
Beginning December 7, Jets fans can donate new unwrapped toys at the home game versus the St. Louis Blues at Bell MTS Place (outside section 101). The Jets Toy Drive game will be on Sunday, December 9 against Philadelphia, where fans will have another opportunity to provide new unwrapped gifts and cash donations.
WINNIPEG — An ill-timed selfie has landed a man behind bars, but not for Highway Traffic Act violations.
Winnipeg police were on patrol in the area of Portage Avenue at Edmonton Street at around 1 a.m. Tuesday when they noticed a man driving while taking a selfie using both hands.
Winnipeg police took five people into custody following a convenience store robbery in the 1400 block of Pembina Highway over the weekend.
Two men and a woman entered the store at around 5 a.m. November 11 and left with a large number of cigarettes and lottery tickets.
Valour FC, Winnipeg’s professional soccer franchise, has chosen local midfielder Dylan Carreiro to began shaping its inaugural roster.
Carreiro was selected from York University following the 2018 U SPORTS Men’s Soccer Championship at UBC in Vancouver.
The Manitoba government has launched an initiative in Thompson meant to spark economic development in the northern region of the province.
Northern Economic Development Tours are hosted by the Manitoba Chamber of Commerce and provide an opportunity for business leaders to visit local businesses in the north and meet with key decision-makers and stakeholders, highlighting potential economic development opportunities in the communities.
By Donna Spencer, The Canadian Press
CALGARY – Scott Hutcheson carries a volunteer medal from the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary with him these days.
His parents Bob and Jane relocated from Ontario for a month to donate their time at the Nakiska alpine ski venue during those games.