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JOE BRYKSA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESs archives In this January 2013 photo, elder Velma Orvis packs a ceremonial pipe as she and elder Albert McLeod prepare the key elements for a smudge ceremony prior to an event at the Nine Circles Community Health Centre.
LEONARD is a typical high school student who plays video games, spends time with his girlfriend and works at the L'Arche Tova CafA© where he greets customers and helps serve beverages.
Zeke's Jewellers has brought back its popular Christmas angel ornament. The ornament is an original design by Zeke's Jewellers and 50 per cent of the proceeds from the Christmas angel will go to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Buildings ringing Tianfu Square in Chengdu put on a light show after dark. CHENGDU, China -- I arrived in Chengdu so exhausted I remember nothing about that night except thinking, as we drove up a broad avenue lined with buildings alive with moving light shows, I had mistakenly landed in Las Vegas.
Welfare recipients in Manitoba get enough money for a bare-bones existence but they live far below several different poverty lines.
WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS archives A new provincial law could mean an end to last-minute reprieves when drivers dodge ticket placement.
A youth in a stolen vehicle nearly struck a police officer, then collided with a police cruiser and finally smashed into a pole before being arrested Thursday night.
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.
A gold mine being developed in Northern Manitoba, Canada, has some more elbow room thanks to a deal with an Australian resources fund.
Three Canadian Armed Forces leaders are being recognized among Canada's top 100 most powerful women by the Women's Executive Network this month .
A shotgun stolen from a residence on Nairn Avenue over four years ago may be the weapon in a recent shooting, say Winnipeg police.
'These complaints about municipal administration are reflective of the issues Manitobans raise with our office about local government,' Acting Ombudsman Mel Holley says.
Brandon Police Service Staff Sgt. Rod Koscielny recently received the Provincial Excellence in Law Enforcement Award, which recognizes officers who have made outstanding contributions to the community and public safety.
Venture out of the Beach and you might end up hating a whack of Canadian cities.
Roughly one in four Winnipeggers suffers from anxiety or depression, a remarkably high figure that hasn't improved much in the last decade.