Cycling for a cause

Dignity House director Shona Stewart hopes the upcoming Ride for Refuge will provide a major boost to the organization.


  • A map of the City of Winnipeg's proposed closing of Raleigh Street and Gateway Road at the boundary between the city and the Rural Municipality of East St. Paul is shown. The closing passed at city council in March, but the RM appealed to the Manitoba Municipal Board, which held a hearing on Sept. 10 and 11.

    Municipal Board hears Raleigh closing case

    09/16/2014 4:38 PM 0
  • Mission Gardens resident Lisa Webinger is shown at the new Bernie Wolfe Community School play structure. She chaired the school's parents' association while fundraising for the upgrade, which was unveiled in 2010.

    Trustee candidate pitches monthly parent meetings

    09/16/2014 4:36 PM 0
  • Ward 4 candidate Brian Olynik is hoping to get back on the River East Transcona School Division's board of trustees.

    Olynik looking to get back on board

    09/16/2014 4:33 PM 0
  • East Kildonan resident Chris Erbus is shown in action at the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America National Apprenticeship Contest in Toronto. Erbus placed first.

    E.K. resident a master builder

    09/16/2014 4:24 PM 0
  • Elmwood MLA Jim Maloway joins the seniors at 505 Monroe for a Fall Tea, along with former Premier and Governor General for Canada, Rt. Hon. Edward Schreyer and his wife Lily Schreyer (third and fourth from the left).

    Improving our schools

    09/16/2014 4:58 PM 0
  • The array of cosmetic products on today's store shelves is sometimes overwhelming. At least, so our columnist thinks.

    Overwhelmed by personal cosmetics

    09/16/2014 4:56 PM 0
  • Calvin Christian School head of school Hank Vande Kraats speaks at the groundbreaking for a new gymnasium at its Transcona campus on Sept. 10.

    Calvin Christian to build new gymnasium

    09/16/2014 4:22 PM 0
  • City of Winnipeg supervisor of waste diversion Randy Park is shown at the new recycling depot on Panet Road.

    Recycling depot lands on Panet Road

    09/16/2014 4:17 PM 0
  • Members of PECSAC and Prince Edward School students are shown near the new play structure, which will soon have trees planted near it to provide shade.
Back row: Shannon Sellar and Marni McCluskey.
Middle row: William McCluskey, Kaia Sellar, and Cohen McCluskey.
Front row: Jessica Lopez and Jillian Suski.

    Major tree-planting session planned

    09/16/2014 4:09 PM 0

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