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Skating options open at The Forks

IT'S time to lace up those skates and channel your inner Gretzky.

Most of the winter attractions at The Forks are now open. The central skating rink under the canopy across from the Johnston Terminal, the Olympic-sized skating rink adjacent to the Scotiabank Stage and 1.2 kilometres of skating trails between The Forks Plaza and The Forks Market, are all ready for action.

The tobogganing hill is also open, while the Snowboard Fun Park, the Red River Mutual Trail and the Great-West Life Snow Lounge are still to come.

The Snow Lounge, a new addition to The Forks' Arctic Glacier Winter Park this year, will be a relaxing spot for skaters to take five on furniture made entirely of snow.

 

Sale on dogs at city animal services

WINNIPEG'S animal services department is holding an adopt-a-dog sale this weekend to find loving homes for the animals in time for the holidays.

All adult dogs will cost $99 and will include a licence, microchip, basic shots, spay/neuter, food and health insurance.

The sale will be held today from noon to 5:30 p.m., as well as on Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4:30 p.m. each day. The agency is hoping to sell 36 dogs.

 

National identity to be discussed

WHAT does Canada stand for?

This Saturday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., help answer the question at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café

Local grassroots organizations have organized a panel discussion on Quebec's proposed values charter. The charter would prohibit public sector workers or those seeking public services from wearing religiously mandated clothing.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 13, 2013 B3

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