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Wasps Coming to Dinner are Hunting for Food

You may have noticed more wasps being a nuisance during outdoor dining these days.

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Cellist Travelling Western Canada Performing on Trains and Street Corners

Ezra Poplove has been on the road throughout the month of August, travelling Western Canada and playing music on trains, street corners and at people's houses. 

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Stretch of McDermot Changes to One-Way, Bike Lane Being Installed

Construction begins today on an active transportation corridor on McDermot Avenue from Arlington to Furby.

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Volunteers Baking Birthday Cakes for Kids

A new family-run volunteer group in Winnipeg is operating under the belief that a child deserves cake on their birthday.

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Siloam Mission Celebrates 30th Anniversary

A homeless shelter in the Exchange District celebrated and reflected on 30 years of helping Winnipeg's homeless population today. 

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SummerChör's Neil Weisensel in the Diamond Lane Thursday at 4!

Mozart's Requiem, one of the most popular choral works of all time, happens tomorrow (Friday) at Knox United Church in downtown Winnipeg. Neil Weisensel, co-founder and director of Winnipeg's newest summer season community choir SummerChör, joins Sarah Jo at 4 today (Thursday) to talk about the ensemble's summer journey and its coming culmination.

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Saturday on the Wide World of Classical Music

As Michael enjoys the last of a much deserved summer vacation, join guest host Paul Von Wichert for your dose of classical and world music on Saturday afternoon.

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Art Group Providing Therapy for People Living with Parkinson's Disease

A Winnipeg woman diagnosed with Parkinson's at a young age is sharing her passion for art with other people living with the disease.

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Temporary Curbs Adding Extra Protection for Cyclists

The City of Winnipeg continues to test out protected bike lanes on a couple of streets.

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Manitoba No Longer Holding Out on Health Funding, But Still Battling Feds

Manitoba has signed a health agreement with the federal government, ending its holdout, but the province still plans on fighting Ottawa over the Canada Health Transfer.

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Cloud Cover May Ruin Eclipse Enthusiasts' Fun

UPDATE:

It doesn't look like Winnipeggers will be getting a view of today's celestial phenomenon.

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Winnipeggers Disappointed by Cloud Coverage During Partial Eclipse

The cloudy skies during today's partial solar eclipse may have dampened the mood surrounding the event in Winnipeg, but that didn't stop people from enjoying it as best they could. 

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