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Gift your dad a new joke this Father's Day
This week, we asked our Instagram community to give us the best/worst dad joke they've heard from their pops, and boy did they deliver.
Artbeat looks to drum up support for therapeutic music program
A therapeutic drumming circle that people living with mental illness say has helped them heal has ended with its funding, but the drummers hope the beat goes on.
New murals at Spence area centre reflect vibrancy, values of community: director
Four new murals and fresh lighting at a Spence neighbourhood community hub are colourful symbols of the values and ownership of young people in the area, a director says.
Exhibition brings images, voices of Rohingya refugee crisis to Winnipeg
A new exhibition at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights brings together the voices of Rohingya Canadians and Winnipeg-born photojournalist Kevin Frayer's images of Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution and genocide in Myanmar.
Skindigenous: How tattooing relates to Indigenous culture
'They want to bless each other': New Winnipeg pizzeria lets customers donate a slice to others in need
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Electrifying Manitoba: How hydro power 'absolutely revolutionized' the province
Centenarian who paved way for women in sport inducted into Manitoba Hall of Fame
'That's a crazy question': CBC Kids News contributor stumps Raptor Kyle Lowry
5 fashion trends we can thank Canadian musicians for
Last year was fun, so let's try this again: What's your favourite place to see art?
Canadian triathlete Tyler Mislawchuk takes home another World Cup gold
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Sheep to shear weeds from prairie preserve in Winnipeg pilot project
Winnipeg church becomes sanctuary for family facing deportation
Oh ya! Parliament declares Mennonite Heritage Week
Winnipeg group invites local Catan players to trade, build, settle their way to national championships
Can a wrestling ring be a safe space? This promoter tosses hate out of the ring
'Wild Woman of the West': Labour leader Helen Armstrong fought with courage and compassion during 1919 strike
10 Canadian books coming out in June we can't wait to read
Pride Parade makes its way through downtown Winnipeg