This past Wednesday, the Métis Hall at 714 Armit Ave.
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George Christopoulos fitted the spare room on the second storey of his home with a home-made, child-proof gate so his granddaughter could visit without him worrying about the three year-old falling out of a window. As a retired window repairman, he knows how easy it is for inquisitive toddlers to tumble out of windows. “You kidding?” he said. “From second storey? It’s three meters down.
Winnipeg’s night life nearly turned deadly early yesterday morning when a man shot and wounded four patrons outside a downtown nightclub at closing time. Just before 3 a.m., a gunman on foot fired at least seven shots and hit three women and a man in front of Metro Nitelife hip-hop club. Winnipeg has seen a spate of shootings recently—in the last 10 days, nine people have been shot, incl
A local resident is praising boot camp for helping him to discover his full-potential and helping to shape his life into what he had hope for, but couldn’t necessarily achieve on his own. James Ring, 22, enlisted in the Canadian Navy about a year ago. Once he got his clearance he was shipped out to their training facilities in St. Johns, for basic soldier training.
For Nick and Mary Andrusco of Fort Frances, humor and patience are two simple qualities they believe are crucial to a successful marriage. And they should know. Tomorrow (July 19th) the couple will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary. They met here 70 years ago, purely by chance. It’s a moment that Mary Andrusco remembers as if it was yesterday.
Well-known community volunteer and cancer activist Nadine Johnson recently received recognition for her extensive efforts towards the fight against cancer. Johnson was nominated for the local employee recognition award by her fellow co-workers at the Fort Frances Jail, where she is a well respected cook.
The Northwestern Health Unit is excited about the long-awaited arrival of their new staff audiologist here. Jackie McCormick and her family moved to Stratton a month ago so she could assume her new job with the health unit, who hasn’t had an audiologist on staff for close to a year.
Canada’s New Government is enhancing measures to more quickly eliminate bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) from Canadian cattle and to protect producers from the potential consequences of receiving contaminated feed.
With two excellent events behind them, organizers of the third-annual Treaty #3 Bicycle Rodeo wanted to ensure this year’s event was just as good—if not better. And despite Saturday’s hot, sticky temperatures, they got their wish. “It was the best yet—even better then last year,” noted Treaty #3 Police Cst.
The monsoon season in Asia has wreaked havoc in Bangladesh and Pakistan, affecting three million people and leaving 300,000 people homeless. The Canadian Red Cross has sent $75,000 to assist the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to provide emergency relief to that region. “Many people who are already living below the poverty line have lost their homes, c