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Food Needed for Pets in Fire-Ravaged Little Grand Rapids

Two northeastern communities were evacuated because of fires, but their pets had to be left behind and are now in desperate need of food.

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Indigenous Gardens Get More Green

A garden in downtown Winnipeg is looking fuller.

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Green Action Centre Kicks Off Commuter Challenge

Upwards of 8,000 Manitobans and around 300 workplaces are expected to take part in this year’s Commuter Challenge.

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It's The First Show Of June on The Wide World Of Classical Music

Turn those calendars over and greet June with The Wide World of Classical Music. Join host Michael Wolch this Saturday for another journey into Classical music and into territories beyond its borders. Make sure you bring your Passports!

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The Listening Party Presents the 5-Star Classic Horace Silver: Song For My Father

One of the many classics in the Blue Note catalogue, Horace Silver's Song for My Father will be featured this weekend on The Listening Party with your host Roxane Gagne, Saturday begining at 10pm.

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Rain Helped Drought, Still Not Enough

Manitoba has finally seen rain after a near-record stretch without, but it's still not enough to beat the drought. 

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Remaining Emergency Department Consolidation Set for 2019

The Province and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority have released timelines on when emergency departments will be closed at Concordia and Seven Oaks hospitals, and when emergency departments will be expanded at St. Boniface and Health Sciences Centre.

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Steel tariffs "absolutely ludicrous": mayor of Selkirk

With significant tariffs on imported steel and aluminum going into effect, Selkirk's mayor is worried about what happens to his constituents. 

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Winnipegger Using Animation to Make MS Info More Accessible

They haven't officially been put to use yet, but an occuptional therapist at Health Sciences Centre's MS Clinic has made animated shorts to better relay information about the disease to clients.

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Ballet Schools Hosting Giant Dance Festival

A celebration of a program that aims to improve access to quality dance education for Canadians returns to Winnipeg tomorrow.

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Ride for Dad Brings in Hundreds of Thousands More for Cancer Research

Motorcyclists from Manitoba and the surrounding area have once again stepped up in support of prostate cancer research and education.

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Mosquito Outlook Still Positive Despite Sporadic Rain

The city of Winnipeg's superintendent of Insect Control says Winnipeggers can expect a pretty good summer when it comes to mosquitoes. 

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