Topic: cbc manitoba vault

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CBC archives: Grand Forks battles flood and fire

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.
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From the CBC archives: 1966 Winnipeg blizzard leaves people stranded

Piles of snow fell on Winnipeg March 4, 1966, leaving people stranded in their homes.
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CBC Archives 1996: Neil Young back in Winnipeg after a decade

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.
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From the CBC archives: The beginning of the end for the $2 bill

Winnipeggers were one step closer to saying goodbye to their $2 paper bills 20 years ago today, when the Royal Canadian Mint revealed its design for what became known as the toonie.
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From the CBC archives: Keanu's excellent adventure in Winnipeg

On this day in 1995, Winnipeggers and others lined up for blocks to see Keanu Reeves star in the Manitoba Theatre Centre's production of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
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From the CBC archives: Greg Selinger profile from 1992

Check out this profile of Manitoba's embattled premier, Greg Selinger, in this CBC-TV report from 1992, when he was a Winnipeg city councillor vying for the mayor's job under the Winnipeg in the Nineties (WIN) banner.

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