• At the Canadian Museum for Human Rights official opening ceremonies Friday.

    CMHR opening: Sept. 19, 2014

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    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights officially opened in Winnipeg Sept. 19, 2014.

  • The first photo of the posters that describe all 10 installations.

    Canadian Museum for Human Rights: Sneak peek at the galleries

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    Photographer Ruth Bonneville captured images from the exhibits which will be on display at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights after it officially opens on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014.

  • Museum goers begin their journey in a dark entrance way, and slowly work their way up a set up ramps which continually get brighter the higher they climb. A beautiful geometric arrangement of alabaster ramps, almost 1 kilometre in length, twist and turn around the museum through all the installations, heading toward the Tower of Hope.

    Canadian Museum for Human Rights: Sneak peek

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  • Country music star Alan Jackson plays at the MTS Centre Wednesday night to a crowd of 9,000 fans.

    Alan Jackson at MTS Centre: September 17, 2014

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    Country crooner Alan Jackson charmed the crowd at MTS Centre Wednesday night.

  • Volunteer Calvin Alexander hurls a home made grappling hook into the Red River Wednesday as a search for Missing and Murdered aborigional women got underway in Winnipeg.

    Drag the Red

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    The idea for the search for missing and murdered aboriginal women, called Drag the Red River, came after the discovery of the body of missing aboriginal teen Tina Fontaine last month. Volunteers have begun dragging the Red River and searching the banks for any clues or remains.

  • Five-year-old Blaze Standingready dances in his traditional regalia while in competition among hundreds of other indigenous dancers at MTS Centre. The annual Manito ahbee festival continues Sunday.

    Manito Ahbee powwow 2014

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    The 2014 Manito Ahbee Festival featured a powwow Saturday. Dancers from around North America showed off their talents.

  • Bombers' Desia Dunn sacks B.C. Lions quarterback Kevin Glenn.

    Lions maul Bombers

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  • Ken Hansell, who will soon turn 99, is the last surviving member of the Winnipeg police department's recruit class of 1936.

    Ken Hansell: The last police witness

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    Ken Hansell is the last surviving member of the Winnipeg police department recruit class of 1936.

  • The Manitoba Bisons battled the Regina Rams Friday night at Investors Group Field.

    University of Manitoba Bisons home opener

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    Bloodied, bruised and absolutely beaten up a week ago, the University of Manitoba Bisons got up off the mat to throw some serious haymakers Friday night in their home opener.

  • Butterflies, designed by aboriginal artist Jackie Traverse, representing missing and murdered aboriginal women and children in Canada were worn by many in attendance.

    Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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    The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, part of Manito Ahbee Festival, were held at the MTS Centre tonight. Photojournalist Joe Bryksa was there to capture all the action.

  • Saskatchewan Roughriders defenders Ricky Foley (95) and Chad Kilgore tackle Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Drew Willy during the first half of the Banjo Bowl at Investors Group Field Sunday. The Riders won 30-24.

    Banjo Bowl

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    The visiting Saskatchewan Roughriders edged the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 30-24 to win the Banjo Bowl at Investors Group Field Sept. 8.

  • Union members walk along Memorial Boulevard and Portage Avenue towards Vimy Ridge Park during the annual Labour Day March.

    Labour Day march, 2014

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    Hundreds took part in the annual Labour Day march in Winnipeg. Photos by Mike Deal.

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