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Scot McTaggart From Fusion Grill Will Be In Friday 8:30am To Discuss Food Day Canada

Food Day Canada is an annual celebration that gives Canadians a chance to join hands in one massive celebration in praise of our farmers, fishers, chefs and researchers. Join host Michael Wolch and Fusion Grill waiter/owner Scot McTaggart for more information and to hear about Fusion Grill's tasting menu.

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Saturday On The Wide World Of Classical Music

For a preview of this week's journey on The Wide World of Classical Music with host Michael Wolch, check here: PLUS, if you are the first person to guess what type of flowers are pictured in the article, you will win 5 great CDs. Email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Be quick! Congratulations Sheila Selluski, the first to identify the portulacas from Jensen's Nursery in the photo and win the prize!

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Two Men Facing Drug Possession Charges After One Of Them Slams Into Police Cruiser

Two men are facing charges after Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) officers made an odd drug bust on Thursday night.

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City Council Votes to Support Main Street Project Redevelopment

Winnipeg City Council voted to support Main Street Project's redevelopment project, which gives the shelter confidence going forward. 

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Free Provincial Park Entry July 20-22

It won't cost you anything to take in Manitoba's provincial parks this weekend.

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Smoke from Wildfires Could Affect Air Quality Tonight

It smells a bit smokey in Winnipeg, but that doesn't necessarily mean there should be concerns about air quality -- not yet anyway.

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Five People Make Daring Escape from Burning House

Five people are fortunate to be alive this morning after jumping to safety from an early morning house fire.

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What's Killing the Birds in Southern Manitoba?

Concerns are being raised over the number of dead birds showing up this summer in Manitoba. This has prompted Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre near Ile des Chenes to make a request to Manitobans.

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Province Announces Funding for Community Projects

The province is shelling out $848,000 in funding for 120 projects in various Manitoba communities.

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Bump to Defence Spending Could Help Smooth US/Canada Relations, says MB MP

In the midst of a trade war between Canada and the United States, the Member of Parliament for Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman believes Canada could improve its relations with its closest neighbour with a gesture of good will in another portfolio.

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Inner-city youth given hands-on science experience

140 students from inner-city Winnipeg and northern Manitoba had a chance to learn about science at the University of Manitoba's annual Biomedical Youth Program Summer Camp. 

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Province Announces Tax on Marijuana

The Manitoba government would like to eliminate the illegal marijuana market and promote safety with the implementation of new components in its recreational cannabis regulatory regime, according to a news release.

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