The Manitoba Karting Association ran its 10th day of racing at the Gimli Kart Track Sept. 7.
Jan Keryluk has been a certified fitness leader for the last 15 years. During that time, she’s seen a few fitness trends come and go. One of those tre
One common thread that ran through three of the stories I was working on this week was the idea of going out and exploring new cultures. It came up as
On CheapOair, an internet booking sight for flights, a round trip ticket to London, England costs roughly $1000. A round trip ticket to Manila, Philli
Arborg Play Group Inc. is building a new child care facility in town. The total cost of the project is $1.1 million. To date, through grants and other
The road construction season continues in high gear this fall and it remains important to use caution, follow all signage and slow down when passing c
Good news for Manitoba’s Greg Selinger: a new poll reveals he’s no longer the least liked premier in Canada. The bad news: at least one, if not both,
The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has developed a new online tool that gives farmers an opportunity to express their concerns about
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is extending its loan program to help young farmers purchase or improve farmland and buildings for a third year.
Manitoba has a new Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO), and she’s originally from the Interlake.
September 4, 1984: 30 years ago, I was on an Air Canada flight from Ottawa, heading home to Calgary to start law school.
I was born missing my left leg below the knee, and I am a member of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program. Recently, I had the opportunity to att