Those of us who have experienced the fuel economy of diesel engines in larger trucks and smaller cars have long wondered: What would it be like to have a diesel engine in a light-duty pickup?
It's not the easiest story to tell, but it could have a simple ending.
Imagine being forced to subscribe to, and pay for, the Winnipeg Free Press, if you want to look at any other newspapers or magazines.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was like a five-year-old on Christmas morning Tuesday as he got to do what he, and many prime ministers before him, have wanted to do.
MY daughter and I were making a trip to the University of Manitoba bookstore. We went to park at the engineering complex because it is less expensive than the parkade. When I got out of the car to buy parking time, a young man gave us his dashboard ticket, which still had time left on it.
A few weeks ago I met with and photographed Colin Vandenberg, who had just finished challenging himself to eating only about $1 worth of food each day for a month. The effort arose from his trip to Malawi, a country in Africa, and his volunteer work for New Life Centre documenting life there.
Bail — or specifically, how it's granted, revoked and supervised — has been quite the topic today.
Admit it: Being a lawyer looks pretty glamorous.
Winnipeg lawyer-turned-wannabe-politician Brian Bowman jumped out of the gate Friday with a slick looking campaign video promoting his vision for Winnipeg and his campaign kickoff May 14.
First things first - let me be clear that nothing that follows is in any way April Fool's-related. April 1 has to be one of my least favourite days of the year.