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Andrew Harris runs for career-high to lead Bombers past Argos
Matt Nichols threw two TD passes and scored another while Andrew Harris ran for a career-high 161 yards and had two touchdowns to lead the Winnipeg Blue Bombers past the Toronto Argonauts 38-20 on Saturday afternoon.
Instagram post says Dave Wheeler to return with new podcast
Dave Wheeler appears poised to make a return to the morning airwaves in Winnipeg.
'Better late than never,' Manitoba Stampede includes Indigenous space for 1st time in 55 years
For the first time in its 55-year history, the Manitoba Stampede has a dedicated space for Indigenous culture.
Pregnant woman says she was punched at south Winnipeg dog park
Meghan Dobbs, who is 39 weeks pregnant, says she was punched in the face by a man at Maple Grove Park after their dogs got into a fight.
Get Fringey: 10 of the weirdest, wildest shows at the Winnipeg Fringe
The theme of the 2018 Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is 'take a chance'. That's why we've rounded up the year's 'fringey-est' shows.
$37K in fines for 3 men after investigation into northern Man. hunting lodge
Why so serious? Reviews of 4 dramas at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival
Want weird? Manitoba has plenty of peculiar places to visit this summer
Pedestrian in critical condition after being hit by car
Doctors said Alec would never speak. Now, he's recording a song for the first time
Man missing from Thompson since June found safe, RCMP say
In tune: Reviews of 7 musicals at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival
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