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.
The Red River Basin Commission North Chapter hosts their annual Fish Gala at the Sunova Centre in West St. Paul on March 22.
The Riverboat is about to set sail as the local restaurant will be heading west, but not that far west. The local family restaurant will be moving less than 60 metres into a new location, but in a way the same location.
Larry Johannson will be seeking a third-term as Selkirk's mayor.
It happens once the annual State of the Region hosted by the Selkirk Biz. The annual event, March 21, marked the ninth annual occasion, which provides a platform for the four mayors in the region to share their successes from the previous year. They also share their particular goals and projects for the up coming year.
With the sun setting over the community of Gimli, a vigil marched in memory of a young man who would have turned 19-years-old, March 16.
Residents of Fisher River Cree Nation can look forward to making more headlines this summer. The federal government announced its support of their one megawatt solar project through the Western Diversification Program of Canada through $1.1 million of funding on March 13.
Camp Arnes is gearing up for the summer season with spring break activities. Located between two major RMs in the Interlake, the Christian faith based camp is approximately 20 minutes north of Gimli and 20 minutes south-east of Arborg.
Lights will be going out all over the world March 24 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. CDT as part of a global lights off moment of solidarity for the planet to raise awareness about global issues which impact Earth.