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You're graduating high school in the middle of a pandemic
Let’s Hear it for the Grads - This is CBC Manitoba’s online, virtual yearbook for the Class of 2020 - and we’re calling all high school students from across the province to add your reflections and experiences on the less than typical graduation year due to COVID-19.
Take 3 for Climate Justice
Middle and high school students in Manitoba will have the opportunity to hear CBC hosts Bob McDonald and John Sauder on March 3, 2020.
Take a tour of CBC Manitoba
CBC Information Radio celebrates 50 years of waking up Manitoba
QUIZ: So you think you know Manitoba's winter weather?
Métis mark Manitoba's 150th with heritage trek from Kenora to Winnipeg
Who is Winnipeg's ultimate winter warrior?
Healing through hockey: Mom builds backyard rink for son, who lost his father last year
'That's a very rare sight': Driver spots family of lynx crossing Manitoba highway
'Everybody judged me. Everyone made fun of me': Winnipeg designer finds his place in fashion
'It didn't seem right to leave': Willie Jefferson talks about re-signing with Bombers
These books by Black female authors are turning 20. Here's why they're worth revisiting
A Festival first: Peguis First Nation represented in annual snow sculpture contest
'She was passionate about the game': Ringette tournament celebrates life of late player
Bring it on! Show us the best darn backyard hockey rink in Winnipeg
Lake of the Woods shack-turned-cafe lures in winter fishers, ice road travellers
'A battle no one knows about': Jordin Tootoo talks mental health at Red River College
Retracing the steps of a misunderstood predator: A biologist's search for a wayward wolf
Kent Monkman exhibition extended at Winnipeg Art Gallery
Nationally endangered monarch butterfly winters in Winnipeg — and lays an egg
Furry fandom: Westman Furries break barriers and create smiles 1 sparkly dragon at a time
Connecting strangers across the world, one postcard at a time