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Winnipeg’s Nestaweya River Trail Shuts Down Shortly After Opening

Winnipeg’s Nestaweya River Trail Shuts Down Shortly After Opening

In an unexpected turn of events, the entire stretch of the Nestaweya River Trail has been shut down, just days following its partial opening. The closure encompasses all segments of the trail, including the

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Winnipeg 150 graphic unveiled

Winnipeg 150 graphic unveiled

The City of Winnipeg unveiled the Winnipeg 150 graphic. The graphic was designed by local artist, Jordan Stranger of Totem Doodem. Stranger’s work is deeply rooted in the traditions within contemporary Indigenous culture, and

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Hockey’s New Chapter: Filipino Kids Take to the Ice at Filipino Heritage Night

Hockey’s New Chapter: Filipino Kids Take to the Ice at Filipino Heritage Night

Ron Cantiveros

The once distant dream of a Filipino minor hockey team in Winnipeg is now a burgeoning reality, thanks to Filipino youth hockey initiatives over the last year. The Winnipeg Jets’ 2nd Annual Filipino Heritage

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Manitoba’s Winter Wonders: Top 5 Family-Friendly Destinations to Explore This Season”

Manitoba’s Winter Wonders: Top 5 Family-Friendly Destinations to Explore This Season”

Ron Cantiveros

“From Thrilling Toboggan Hills to Cozy Culinary Delights, Manitoba Has It All” It’s been a pretty warm winter compared to the winters we’ve had in the past. As we head into January, we can

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2024 – 2026 Immigration Levels Plan unveiled

2024 – 2026 Immigration Levels Plan unveiled

Photo Source: CIC Facebook The Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, recently unveiled the 2024-2026 Immigration Levels Plan, a strategic initiative aimed at bolstering Canada’s economy while addressing the challenges posed

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Exploring Paris:  Notre-Dame & Sacre-Coeur

Exploring Paris: Notre-Dame & Sacre-Coeur

Gem and Lita

Gem at Notre-Dame The Notre-Dame Cathedral Paris or Notre-Dame de Paris (meaning “Our Lady of Paris” in French) is a must-see in the romantic capital City of Lights. Victor Hugo, French writer and politician

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Landmark Victory: Wab Kinew Becomes Manitoba’s First Indigenous Premier in NDP Election Triumph

Landmark Victory: Wab Kinew Becomes Manitoba’s First Indigenous Premier in NDP Election Triumph

Photo credits: Travis Golby/CBC In a historic turn, the Manitoba Legislative Elections on October 3, 2023, witnessed the New Democratic Party (NDP) securing a resounding victory, solidifying Wab Kinew’s position as Manitoba’s first First

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Filipino Arts, Cultural & Sports awarded over $240,000 in Community Funding

Filipino Arts, Cultural & Sports awarded over $240,000 in Community Funding

Monday was an incredible day for Arts, Cultural and Sports organizations across Manitoba as Premier Heather Stephanson and Minister Obby Khan announced the funding of $50M towards the development and renewal of spaces and

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Gimli Film Festival – RBC Beach Screenings

Gimli Film Festival – RBC Beach Screenings

The Gimli Film Festival is less than a week away and RBC Beach Sunset Screenings are back for another year of shoreside films! Check out this year’s lineup of films and bring your beach

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Growing Filipino community in Steinbach joins Summer in the City fest

Growing Filipino community in Steinbach joins Summer in the City fest

During the Summer in the City festival held on June 16-18, 2023, in Steinbach, Manitoba, the South Eastman Filipino Association (SEMFA) actively participated and made a significant impact. The president of SEMFA, Greg Carlos,

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