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THE JIG IS ON AT FESTIVAL DU VOYAGEUR

THE JIG IS ON AT FESTIVAL DU VOYAGEUR

Announcing an anticipated hybrid format of the popular winter festival The largest French event in Western Canada, Festival du Voyageur, anticipates offering programming that continues to shine that famous joie de vivre and Voyageur

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The Winnipeg Foundation announces 2021 distributions totaled a record-breaking $84.9 million to approximately 1,100 charities

The Winnipeg Foundation announces 2021 distributions totaled a record-breaking $84.9 million to approximately 1,100 charities

This responsive and reliable community support is possible because of generous donors Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2021. For immediate release – In a year when we have all been deeply affected by the pandemic, The

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SOIS Holds Teachers’ Panel for IETs

SOIS Holds Teachers’ Panel for IETs

As a frontline organization that helps newcomer individuals and families in the North-West Winnipeg community and other parts of the city by offering information, support systems, enhanced skills and community connections to attain better

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Canadian Labour Organization donates to victims of Typhoon Rai

Canadian Labour Organization donates to victims of Typhoon Rai

AP Photo/Jay Labra The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) has supported Oxfam Canada’s humanitarian response to Typhoon Rai (locally named Odette) that struck the Philippines in December 2021, recorded as the

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Winnipeg Artist Jovelle Balani Releases Single “Ode to a Lover”

Winnipeg Artist Jovelle Balani Releases Single “Ode to a Lover”

Jovelle Balani is a Filipino singer-songwriter noted for her sultry, contralto voice. She draws her influences from artists such as Norah Jones, Adele, Sara Bareilles, Nat King Cole, to name a few. She is

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Manitoba tightens public health orders amid rise in Omicron variant cases

Manitoba tightens public health orders amid rise in Omicron variant cases

Due to the increased threat of the omicron variant of concern, rising COVID-19 cases and a growing strain on the health-care system, Manitoba is taking additional steps to help curb the spread of the

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Shakespeare in the Ruins (SIR) extends digital run of “Shakespeare’s Will” until December 12

Shakespeare in the Ruins (SIR) extends digital run of “Shakespeare’s Will” until December 12

(December 1; Winnipeg, Manitoba) — Inspired by the spirit of the holidays, SIR’s digital production of the award-winning show Shakespeare’s Will will be available a little longer for online viewing! Audiences will now have

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Basketball is Back!

Basketball is Back!

The Philippine Basketball Association is back after a long hiatus. This year, they’ll be opening their season with the smaller league, reduced number of teams and reduced spectators! Filipino basketball in Peg City has

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Our First Canadian Winter

Our First Canadian Winter

Photo by Mark Godilano Winters in Manitoba is part of our life and culture and as new immigrants, the first experiences with snow and winter are always interesting. As we looked out the window,

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Manitobans now eligible for 3rd doses

Manitobans now eligible for 3rd doses

A third dose of COVID-19 vaccine is currently recommended for: ● individuals who have only received a viral vector vaccine, such as two doses of AstraZeneca or a single dose of the Janssen vaccine;

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