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Power of Movement 2010 - Winnipeg Art Gallery Event

By 2026, over 6 million Canadians will have arthritis. Power of Movement 2010: Thousands participate in world’s largest yoga fundraiser for arthritis research

Winnipeg's Jonathan Toews Named Top Forward For the 2010 Olympic Hockey Tournament

Team Canada wins hockey gold at the 2010 Olympics. Jonathan Toews named top forward for the tournament.

AIMS and the Frontier Centre release an Interim High School Report Card for Western Canada

Grading Western Canadas schools: The good, the okay and Manitobas information omission

Celebrate Family Literacy Day on January 27

Frontier College, Canada’s original literacy organization, invites all Manitoba families to celebrate Family Literacy Day on Wednesday January 27th by taking time out to read to your children, read online or even sing from a songbook to celebrate the importance of literacy.


Coca-Cola uses Olympic Games sponsorship to motivate Canadians to live positively

Winners announced in National Bridal Search

Seven brides dish for Weddingbells


Coca-Cola uses Olympic Games sponsorship to motivate Canadians to be environmentally responsible and live active.

Winnipeg Brides Finalists in National Blogger Search

Will all eyes be watching Winnipeg for Emily Wood and Judith Manzano’s big “I dos”?

Luncheon invitation: Goodbye Unemployment, Hello Labour Shortages

Thought-provoking, meticulously detailed and ultimately polarizing, Fearful Symmetry: The Fall and Rise of Canada's Founding Values is required reading for anyone who is interested in where this country began, where it's been, and where it's going.

Video » The First Vector Based Drawing Program was Created in 1963

Unbelievable but true, the very first vector illustration program was written in 1963 as a thesis by Ivan Sutherland.

Frontier College Summer Reading Tents Open House

A Fun Way for Kids to Keep Reading all Summer

Power of Movement 2009 brings thousands of Canadians into balance for arthritis research

On Sunday, February 22, thousands of Canadians will be striking their best downward-facing dog pose for Power of Movement 2009, the world’s largest yoga fundraiser designed to celebrate mobility and raise money for critical arthritis research.

Possible Transit Strike?

On Wednesday, the members of the Amalgamated Transit Union will vote on a settlement reached by union execs and transit managers.

Apple Provides A Further 60-Day Extension To MobileMe Users

Continuing problems with their MobileMe web applications have forced Apple to apologize to customers yet again.

Rockin the District

Coors Light Trauma Series and MTS present Rockin' the District Block Party, join us June 13 - 15 at Old Market Square in Winnipeg¹s Historic Exchange District for the biggest block party of the year: Wake Demos! Fashion Shows! Rooftop DJ's! Live Bands! With Special Musical Guest GOB!!!

Rush Contribute to Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Canadian Rock Trio Rush Donates $100,000 to Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Time to 'Spring' into action at FortWhyte!

May Events at the FortWhyte Centre.

Mom gives birth to 12 Pups: Foster Homes Needed

Two litters of Mom’s and pups presently being cared for at The Winnipeg Humane Society require immediate foster home care.

Musica Speciale Concert Series

Musica Speciale Concert Series presents Prelude of Spring

FortWhyte in April - Good for the Body, Mind & Soul

Events happening at the FortWhyte Centre over the month of April

Spring Break at the Manitoba Museum

The Manitoba Museum and the new Science Gallery. Come see how science and nature can both teach and entertain.

Video » A More Perfect Union

Barack Obama speaks in Philadelphia about racial unity. Winnipegers would do well to pick up the message here.

Live It! at FortWhyte Centre in March

March Events at the FortWhyte Centre.

Musica Speciale Concert - Music 'n' Mavens

Musica Speciale concert series presents "Music 'n' Mavens" Tuesday, Feb 26, 2008.

Got Art?

Manitoba Arts and Culture week will be from March 8th to 15th, 2008. The week of organized activity and promotion of the arts and culture in Manitoba is lead by a steering committee of the Arts Manitoba Arts Network representing a host of other arts and culture organizations from all over the province.

Winter and Spring Activities at the Manitoba Museum

New and exciting things to see and do at the Manitoba Museum.

Winnipeg Writer Makes it Big With First Novel

Winnipeg writer, Andrew Davidson, is making a splash on the literary scene with his first novel.