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A Conversation with Eckhardt-Gramatté Finalist Maeve Palmer.

Presented by the Women's Musical Club of Winnipeg, the award winning singer and her collaborative pianist – Joy Lee, are perforning Sunday afternoon (Nov 12) at the WAG. Classic 107's Claudia Garcia de la Huerta caught up with Maeve over the phone before making the trip to Winnipeg. Missed it? Listen here!

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Call for Ideas Aims at Improving Early Childhood Education in Manitoba

North Forge Technology Exchange and the Province of Manitoba want residents and innovators to pitch ideas on how to improve early childhood education in the province.

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Vimy Ridge Memorial Park Given an Upgrade

A monument to Canadians who fought at Vimy Ridge, first dedicated in 1926, has undergone another round of restoration.

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Lest We Forget...............On The Wide World Of Classical Music

This weekend on The Wide World of Classical Music we will Remember music and composers from WWI; play songs of peace & serenity; uplifting classics and more. Tune in from noon - 6:00pm with host Michael Wolch.

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Salvation Army Getting Ready to Ring the Kettle Bells

The Salvation Army's kettle campaign begins next week.

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Large Donation Leads to State-of-the-Art Tech at HSC

The Health Sciences Centre Foundation is crediting one man's $5-million donation for its new Varian EDGE, a machine that allows for more precise radiation treatment.

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Province Unveils Public/Private Hybrid Model for the Sale of Marijuana

The provincial government will oversee the supply and distribution of cannibus in Manitoba, and the private sector will sell it to consumers.

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Canzona's Kathleen Allan in the Diamond Lane

Kathleen Allan, Artistic Director of Canzona, joined Simeon Rusnak for a conversation ahead of their season opening performance! Missed our conversation? Watch the video here!

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Study Says Having Kids in Care Worsens Mental Health for Mothers

A study out of the University of Manitoba says mothers whose children are taken into the child welfare system see a significant deterioration in their mental well-being.

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City Hall Finds Its Christmas Tree

A Charleswood resident has donated a 42-foot blue Colorado spruce tree to city hall in honour of his late wife.

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The November Edition of What To Read, With McNally Robinson's Chris Hall

It's time again to bring in Chris Hall from McNally Robinson Booksellers to discover some highlights from their yearly Books of the Season, the special Holiday edition of their Newsletter. Here is a preview:

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Grade Six Students Remember

Students from eight different Winnipeg schools were at Transcona Cemetery this morning, honouring veterans.

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