The Tragically Hip
One of Canada's most recognized rock bands, The Tragically hip makes another stop in Winnipeg at MTS Center January 26th, 2013.
You can see upcoming concert dates and times on our Events Page.
WIN A $250 IKEA CARD
Winnipeggers is giving out a full house of IKEA Gift Cards for our grand re-launch! Stay tuned for different ways you can bring one of these bad boys home!
Keep an eye on our Contests page for further details on how to win.
News from Winnipeg Free Press: Pallister returns prominent critics to familiar roles in shadow cabinet shuffle 6 hours, 16 minutes ago
Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister announced a shuffling of his shadow cabinet this morning, with some prominent critics returning to familiar roles.
Steinbach MLA Kelvin Goertzen will again become a thorn in the side of the provincial justice minister, a role he held when Hugh
News from Winnipeg Free Press: Fire-hall, photo-radar records among ombudsman reports posted online Friday 9 hours, 42 minutes ago
Manitoba’s ombudsman’s office posted 15 new investigation reports on its website Friday, five under the Ombudsman Act and 10 under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA).
Acting ombudsman Mel Holley said the reports reflect complaints Manitobans raise with
News from CTV News: Teacher shares passion for winter unicycling with students 10 hours, 9 minutes ago
Bitter cold temperatures don’t deter Keith Holm. The industrial arts high school teacher makes an unconventional commute on a unicycle to and from Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute every day.
As if Winnipeggers don’t get enough of the cold already, they love to dine on ice as well.
RAW: almond returns to the frozen Red River on January 24, 2014 and will be serving up gourmet meals in a heated tent on the river ice.
The pop-up restaurant, originally created by deer + almond
News from Winnipeg Free Press: Collision at Waverley and Perimeter snarls traffic 11 hours, 42 minutes ago
RCMP are asking drivers to avoid the Perimeter Highway at Waverley Street. A collision is tying up traffic.
Police say there are no serious injuries in the single vehicle collision, but traffic is badly backed up.
As with all journeys, my 12,000-kilometre trip to Chengdu, China, began with a first step — meeting researcher Ken Klassen at a restaurant in August.
There, he told me he had been travelling to Chengdu for more than a decade, had met his partner, Nuo Yang, there and that they now live in her
News from Winnipeg Free Press: Retired Mountie charged with sexually assaulting young relative 14 hours, 2 minutes ago
A retired Manitoba RCMP officer has been charged with sexually abusing a female relative on numerous occasions between 1976 and 1981.
The 76-year-old accused was arrested this week in Nova Scotia following an investigation that actually began in 2006 when the now-adult victim made a complaint.
Canada’s ambassador to the United States took aim at American politics Friday by saying the country has spent the last four years lurching from one budgetary crisis to the next and by criticizing the influence money has on politicians.
At three months old, Bailey Phillips has had 40 blood transfusions and she will need dozens more before she’s big enough to crawl.
When Bailey was in the womb, her mother Kristen contracted a virus called cytomegalovirus. CMV is a common and usually symptomless illness, but it can cause
News from CTV News: St. Vital family loses Christmas gifts in garage fire 17 hours, 18 minutes ago
A newspaper delivery man alerted the family to the fire and they were able to move their cars.
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