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Members of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505 and CUPE walk along Memorial Boulevard as part of the Labour Day parade on Monday.
We are feeling a little emotional as we sit in the confines of our office cubicle and ponder the beauty and majesty of the final weekend weather forecast for the last month of summer.
In addition to accents, Sky Onosson says it is often easy to tell where a person is from by the words they use.
Bernadette Smith the sister of Claudette Osborne who has been missing since 2008 lays placards, of 94 women who have been murdered or are missing in Manitoba, at the Manitoba Legislature in Winnipeg, Wednesday, August 26, 2009.
In this file photo, a detection dog from the Montana-based Working Dogs for Conservation searches a boat for zebra mussels.
In a news release Friday, police said four suspects were arrested during a drug investigation "regarding the African Mafia Street Gang" August 27th at a home in the 300 block of Regent Avenue West.
Having made their way to City Hall, Cree elder Emil Bell addresses supporters of his solidarity walk for missing and murdered indigenous women.
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES , SUPPLIED PHOTO ABOVE: Holt Renfrew first entered the Winnipeg marketplace with its store at the southeast corner of Portage Avenue and Carlton Street in 1910.
The murder earlier this month of Tina Fontaine, a wisp of a girl found by Winnipeg police divers who were looking for someone else, has rightly set off a public outcry about the alarming violence against Aboriginal women.
Habitat for Humanity Manitoba says it has received donations of tools and cash after a number of its tools were stolen from two Winnipeg construction sites earlier this month.
A crash at St. Mary's Road and St. Anne's Road sent a pedestrian to hospital in critical condition early Wednesday morning.
The racial divide is obvious in America. After the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
A soldier from CFB Shilo holds the baton high in front of a statue that reads: "Lest we forget."
KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS files The province is putting together a game plan with the goal of reversing Manitobai 1 2s poor record of diverting waste from garbage dumps such as the Brady Road Landfill site .
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 02:36 pm
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