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Winnipeg Folk Festival 2018: Sheryl Crow, Bahamas & The Strumbellas

Winnipeg Folk Festival 2018: Sheryl Crow, Bahamas & The Strumbellas

Winnipeg Folk Festival

A star-studded musical lineup will have Winnipeg Folk Festival fans racing to snag tickets to the 45th annual edition of the summer festival.

This year’s headliners include Sheryl Crow, Bahamas, Courtney Barnett, The Strumbellas, Elle King, Passenger, John Butler Trio, Natalie MacMaster, A Tribe Called Red, and many more.

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Tickets for 2018 Winnipeg Folk Festival Now on Sale

Tickets for 2018 Winnipeg Folk Festival Now on Sale

Winnipeg Folk FestivalMusic lovers are having warmer thoughts today thinking about next year’s Winnipeg Folk Festival.

Tickets for the 2018 edition of the popular four-day music festival went on sale Monday at special early bird prices.

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Manitoba RCMP Investigating Multiple Weekend Shootings

Manitoba RCMP Investigating Multiple Weekend Shootings

RCMP Logo VehicleRCMP in Manitoba are investigating a series of shootings reported early Saturday morning in multiple locations.

Police say at 4:30 a.m., someone fired a gun at a vehicle in the parking lot of the East Beach at Birds Hill Provincial Park. A witness spotted a dark-coloured pickup truck leaving the area.

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Vehicle Catches Fire at Birds Hill Park

Vehicle Catches Fire at Birds Hill Park

Birds Hill Park Fire
Smoke billows at Birds Hill Park as firefighters extinguish a vehicle fire on Sunday, July 23, 2017. (CHRISD.CA)

Plumes of black smoke were sent billowing into the air at Birds Hill Park Sunday afternoon after a vehicle caught fire.

The blaze began in a sedan at around 5 p.m. in the East Beach parking lot, quickly spreading to three other vehicles.

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Winnipeg Folk Festival Stocking Naloxone Kits

Winnipeg Folk Festival Stocking Naloxone Kits

Winnipeg Folk Festival
The Winnipeg Folk Festival in this 2014 file photo. (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA)
Naloxone Spray
(RCMP HANDOUT)

The Winnipeg Folk Festival is stocking naloxone kits for the first time this year to respond to any opioid overdoses.

Festival medical staff were trained by a pharmacist on how to administer naloxone, which can be given in the form of a nasal spray or injection.

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Manitoba Implements Staggered Campground Bookings

Manitoba Implements Staggered Campground Bookings

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WINNIPEG — Booking a campground site in Manitoba on the morning reservations open can sometimes feel like competing in an Olympic sport. Fast fingers, Internet browser queues, and rapidly hitting ‘redial’ seem like the norm.

The Manitoba government is hoping to alleviate some of that stress and frustration by introducing staggered bookings.

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Man’s Body Pulled from Lake at Birds Hill Park

Man’s Body Pulled from Lake at Birds Hill Park

Jean-Baptiste Ajua
Jean-Baptiste Ajua, 22, has been identified as the man who drowned at Birds Hill Park on Saturday, August 20, 2016. (FACEBOOK)
Birds Hill Beach
Rescuers attend Birds Hill Park on Saturday, looking for a missing 22-year-old man. (@PARASHVORA / TWITTER)

For the second time in a week, emergency crews rushed to Birds Hill Park on Saturday for the report of a missing person in the lake.

The 22-year-old man, who friends have identified on social media as Jean-Baptiste Ajua, was swimming with a choir group when he went missing at around 3 p.m.

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