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Winnipeg Free Press | @WinnipegNews

Feb 10 3:32 pm

Meeting cancelled when Peguis opposes in-common reserve approach for Kapyong wfp.to/zHN

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Feb 10 3:08 pm

Bombers were mindful of cap during spending spree: GM Walters wfp.to/zH0

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Feb 10 2:39 pm

Jurors also heard how police were focused on a high risk sex offender living in area prior to turning focus on Brine. (@mikeoncrime)

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Feb 10 2:38 pm

DNA expert told jurors this morning odds of a wrong match of Brine on victim are "one in 68 trillion." (@mikeoncrime)

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Feb 10 2:38 pm

Training-centre funding makes allegations facing Grant-Jury a public matter: Tories. wfp.to/zHS

Alison Gillmor

Writer - Arts and Life

Studying at the University of Winnipeg and later Toronto’s York University, Alison Gillmor planned to become an art historian. She ended up catching the journalism bug when she started as visual arts reviewer at the Winnipeg Free Press in 1992.

Since then, the long-time Winnipegger has covered books, pop culture and food for the Free Press. (Since picking up the Recipe Swap gig, her pastry has hugely improved.)

She has also written for The Walrus, Canada’s History, Canadian Geographic, Border Crossings, The Winnipeg Review and the CBC's arts and entertainment website. As well, Alison has made a fortunate return to her first love, art history, as a contract lecturer at her alma mater, the U of W.

Alison’s favourite beat is the movies, which she has covered, on and off, for over 20 years. She still feels that prickle at the back of her neck every time the theatre lights go down.


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