A safe place to play

The Dalhousie Parent Advisory Council is hoping to raise over $209,000 to replace the decaying play structure and create a brand new playground behind Dalhousie School (262 Dalhousie Dr.). From left: Jaime Webster, principal Marina Wilson, vice-principal Jennifer Bracken, Suzanne Pothe and daughter Justine Pothe, 3.


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  • Unplugged, starring Robyn Pooley (left) and Eric Rae (right) and written and directed by Brian Richardson (middle) encourages kids to look beyond being stuck in screens all the time.

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery presents Highlights of Inuit Sculpture Exhibition

This display features a few of the outstanding sculptures by Inuit artists in the permanent collection of the WAG. The most common material used by Inuit artists is stone, and the type of stone is ...

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