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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.
A plan for a new residential neighbourhood in Transcona has run into opposition from nearby businesses, which say homes shouldn’t be built close to heavy industry.
A public hearing at city hall earlier this week for the Transcona North precinct plan was adjourned without a decision after the two
THE first quarter of 2014 was a busy time for Canada Border Services Agency officers working at Manitoba’s largest airport.
Data released by CBSA Thursday show more than 139,000 international travellers landed at Richardson International Airport between January and March. Officers at the airport
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries said expect changes this year. Manitoba is currently the only province without restrictions on the amount you can bring back on top of the duty-free amount.
Forty-nine condemned homes on a Manitoba First Nation hit by flooding in 2011 may have been sold off and moved, said Selkirk-Interlake MP James Bezan Thursday. The federal government had previously paid nearly $2 million to have the condemned homes destroyed.
A new study by BMO InvestorLine says couples in the Prairies plan on spending the most on their weddings, compared to couples in other parts of Canada.
The Manitoba government is proposing a law that would ban misleading advertising about Internet, telephone, cable TV and other services.
News from CTV News: St. James named Manitoba’s worst road for second year 14 hours, 49 minutes ago
Of more than 5,000 votes cast, nearly 900 picked St. James. Drivers also picked it as the worst road in 2012.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled against the Ontario government in a case involving access to some information from the province’s sex offender registry.
Ottawa is proposing to create a new pension plan that would be an alternative to defined-benefit plans, generally favoured by workers, and defined-contribution plans, which are favoured by employers.
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