Triple threat taking her moves down south

Nov. 19, 2014 - Jaydee-Lynn McDougall dances at the Triple Threat Dance Convention in Winnipeg. (SUPPLIED PHOTO/CANSTAR COMMUNITY NEWS/SOU'WESTER)


  • Nov. 19, 2014 -

    River muse for mural

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  • (From left) Scott Thomson, president and CEO of Manitoba Hydro, James Allum, MLA for Fort Garry-Riverview, Bev Mehmel, director, corporate social responsibility at Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries, Ward Keith, executive director, driver safety, DVA administration and registrar of motor vehicles at Manitoba Public Insurance, Operation Red Nose mascot Rudy, Guylaine Beaupré, executive director of Opération Nez Rouge National, Mayor Brian Bowman and Judy Murphy, president and CEO of Safety Services Manitoba.

    Operation Red Nose takes flight

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  • Nov. 7, 2014 -  St. Paul’s AA Crusaders team faced the Steinbach Sabres, winning 30-6. The Crusaders claimed the championship title for a second year in a row.

    Slideshow Local high school teams celebrate success, win or lose

    11/18/2014 3:26 PM 0
  • Corydon-Osborne Area Plan heads to council

    11/18/2014 2:30 PM 0

    During the City Centre Community Committee’s Nov. 12 meeting, the Corydon-Osborne Area Plan was forwarded to the standing policy committee ...

  • Before his death last week, Dr. George Yee donated $500,000 to the University of Manitoba.

    He remembered where he came from

    11/18/2014 2:39 PM 0
  • In the picture at right, Peter Muir (far left), chair of the Winnipeg Soccer Federation, holds a goal net. Cutting the net with Subway’s mascot is Paul Karam, Subway franchise owner and local board chair, while Craig Kitching (far right), Subway franchise owner and local board member, also holds the net.

    Soccer and Subway

    11/18/2014 3:10 PM 0
  • New councillor means new era

    11/18/2014 3:21 PM 0

    Last month, Janice Lukes was elected city councillor for St. Norbert ward, which includes the Waverly West area.  

    Local residents ...

  • Fort Whyte MLA Brian Pallister, far left, and wife Esther, far right, with University of Manitoba basketball player Montana Kinzel. The Pallisters are pictured presenting Kinsel with a $1,000 Brian and Esther Pallister Athletic Scholarship.

    Education and sport a winning combination

    11/18/2014 2:58 PM 0
  • The speed at which the gas station at Bridgwater Centre has been going up bodes well for the arrival of other shopping necessities -- such as a place to buy milk when other stores are closed.

    Please, let a convenience store be in our future

    11/18/2014 2:48 PM 0

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