Winnipeg’s city-wide spring cleanup is set to begin this weekend.
Crews will begin sweeping city streets, including back lanes, on Sunday, April 22 at 10 p.m. Over the next five to six weeks, work will initially focus on the downtown area, major routes, bridges and overpasses.
The union representing Winnipeg Transit employees has a plan to finance additional electric buses in the city’s fleet.
The proposed financing partnership would rely on a pay as you save (PAYS) model, with the province providing the city with an interest-free loan to cover the difference in capital costs of electric buses.
OTTAWA – A charitable group dedicated to preserving the country’s broadcasting heritage is calling on the CBC to stop destroying original television and radio broadcast materials as it moves to digitize the content.
The Canadian Broadcast Museum Foundation says the public broadcaster’s English service earlier this month began destroying acetate transcriptions, as well as audio and video recordings that span eight decades, after converting the master copies into a digital format.
WINNIPEG – Now is not the time for the Winnipeg Jets to change their game.
That’s the message head coach Paul Maurice will deliver to his players as they prepare to possibly clinch their Western Conference opening-round playoff series against the Minnesota Wild at home Friday night.