Two Interlakers were recently presented with awards for their philanthropic efforts aimed at improving their local communities.
A local, first-time writer has launched his book “The Secrets of Strongwood”, with a tour at various Interlake libraries and venues.
In the wake of growing concern over plastic bags, the Selkirk Bix hosted a Let's Talk Plastic events.
In a prepared statement members of the Victoria Beach Fire Department and medical first responders, stated that long time Fire Chief Brad Patzer, who also served as the community's emergency measures coordinator and health and safety officer, received his termination papers on April 19.
TORONTO — Accused Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian made a brief court appearance Tuesday and has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 of attempted murder.
In the early hours of the morning of April 20, Gimli RCMP responded to a call about a deceased male in a residence 20 minutes north of Gimli, in Silver Harbour.
A Grade 11 student at St. Laurent School has raised and donated $752.35 to the mourning families of the Humboldt Broncos Junior A team that was involved in a fatal bus crash on April 6, by selling paper hockey pucks.
If you build it, they will come. At least that’s what Eleanor and Randy McMahon have had in mind for some time and are now making that dream a reality. “We always wanted to do something in retirement and always talked about having a
An Anishinaabe man named David Dorian Boulanger has gone on an amazing journey for his community of Peguis First Nation. Earlier this year, he was selected to research Anishinaabe history
When it comes to women in business in the Tri-S area, they are leading the way.
Camp Arnes hosted its annual Easter Carnival on March 31 with an easter egg hunt and a special prize for finding the golden egg.
Manitoba continues to push concepts for solutions to greenhouse gas emissions. With northern communities such as Fisher River Cree Nation implementing geothermal technologies and introducing solar power to their building strategies,
Easter long weekend was a success at Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre March 30 to April 1.
As holistic approaches to personal health care have become more widely acknowledged in the west, ancient practices from the east like yoga and meditation are becoming more accessible.
It was a balmy, sunny day with lots to see and do during the Gimli Ice Festival, including the Fire on Ice Car Racing demo, free Kubota rides, the Sons of Lugh Viking re-enactment and more March 3 and 4.
Interlake Tourism Association Manager Gail McDonald had some important tips for her comrades at the annual general meeting for ITA, March 22. “Keep thinking outside the box,” she said. “As ITA members, you are an integral part of a large regional picture, your role in providing superior products and services is the tie to moving the Interlake forward.”
Matt and Shannon Foster of St. Andrews brought their friend Brent Auringer of Winnipeg, to share in their ice fishing trip prize, courtesy City Cats Guiding Service. They were flown in via Gimli by helicopter as part of their prize, which included the ride and a day of ice fishing pampering March 24.
A holistic health business will open up on Gimli Beach in June, just in time for the busy summer months.
Attention Manitoba artists. The Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Fund Enhancement Artwork Stamp Competition is underway. Monetary prizes will be awarded to the top three artists.