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Tuesday April 18, 2017
Twenty years ago on April 18, 1997 Grand Forks, a city that borders North Dakota and Minnesota, faced two disasters. During a record flood year, the city's downtown caught fire destroying many historic buildings. The double disaster ended up costing billions in damage.
On May 31, 2011, people gathered in hockey jerseys and face paint at The Forks and at Portage and Main to celebrate the return of the NHL to Winnipeg.video
Highs in the 20s, sunny skies and southerly winds. Manitoba doesn't always have a such a nice forecast for the Victoria Day long weekend. Check out the footage we found of past May longs we'd all like to forget.video
On April 5, 1997, a spring snowfall began, then intensified with strong winds that impeded visibility. Over the next 24 hours, the storm dropped as much as 50 centimetres of snow on the Red River Valley (48 cm in Winnipeg).
Chances are you've heard every April Fools' Day prank there is over the years, but did you hear the one in 2008 about burning snow? Watch this CBC archival video from 2008 that really gets into the April Fools' spirit.
It's been 50 years since Winnipeg got absolutely walloped with snow when a blizzard blew through on March 4, 1966.video
In light of the February 2016 trade of Jets captain Andrew Ladd to the Chicago Blackhawks, let's take a look back at another major trade Winnipeg made when it shipped Teemu Selanne to the Anaheim Ducks 20 years ago.video
In this CBC-TV documentary from June 16, 2010, journalist Wab Kinew — now a Manitoba NDP candidate — takes his family to the site of his father's former residential school in Kenora, Ont.
Anne Jorowski, who served on Winnipeg city council for more than 15 years, has died. She was 97 years old.
A film time capsule of Winnipeg recently surfaced on YouTube, offering a glimpse of a city adapting to the jet age and new-found tourism.
Remember the last time there was no snow on Christmas? With mild temperatures turning snow into slush across southern Manitoba this week, we look back to a very non-white Christmas in 1997.
At a 2001 climate change meeting in Winnipeg, experts spoke of a projected 4C rise in temperature in Manitoba during the spring and summer, and how that would impact things like seasonal flooding and forest fires.
Nov. 12 marked Neil Young's 70th birthday. In 1996, he was set to play a show in Winnipeg for the first time in a decade. This piece from 1996 shows the history of Young's Winnipeg years.
From the CBC archives: 'They remember the Canadians,' Winnipeg veteran says of Europeans after WW II
A Winnipeg veteran's experiences in Europe during and after the Second World War shows how the spirit of Remembrance Day extends beyond Nov. 11.
A Calgary mother is hoping a photo of her lying on a hospital bed with her dying son will help steer others away from using the deadly drug fentanyl.
- 'We felt like screaming': Wife says crowded hospital failed her dying husband
- Wild bison calves born in Banff National Park 'a huge step' to reintroduction
- Crash victim's court award for surrogacy fees believed to be a 1st in Canada
- Wilbur Ross says Canada is 'dumping lumber,' as Ottawa vows to push back
- 'Embarrassment to Canadians': Abuse, humiliation occurred at bases across country, soldiers say
- New post-secondary sexual assault policies a start but fall short, experts say
- Hamilton police said crime would flourish if cellphone surveillance records disclosed
- High cost of making calls from Nova Scotia jails is 'predatory,' say advocates
- Liberals repeal Conservative immigrant residency requirement targeting marriage fraud
- Defence lawyers urge Supreme Court not to waver on steps to tackle justice system delays
- Some Canadian bank record information being sent directly to IRS
- Trade minister courts China for softwood as US announces duties on Canadian lumber
- Air pollution in Toronto's subways like 'a typical day in Beijing,' highest of Canada's 3 major systems
- Sex selection in Indian community persists despite years spent in Canada, researchers find
- Let's be friendly to people with dementia
- Calgary mother hopes photo of dying son will deter others from doing fentanyl
- To the bitter end: The broken nation of Zimbabwe awaits the death of a dictator
- 'Everything was hurting so bad': How one Muslim man snuck across the U.S. border into Canada
- Obama wanted to improve U.S. image abroad — what went wrong?
- 'It's not such a secret anymore': Check out Episode 8 of Who Killed Alberta Williams?
- Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tribe Called Red to highlight Northern Lights festival
- Child and youth advocate calls for better access to mental health care in remote communities
- Bail hearing set for Fredericton man charged after fentanyl found at Esgenoôpetitj
- Boat found but no sign of missing hunters from Fort Chipewyan, RCMP say