Empty chair inspires children’s tale

Adrian Hawaleshka, author of The Chair by the Side of the Road, and his son Luka.

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  • On Oct. 3, Stanley Knowles School teachers Torrie Vicklund (left) and Jessica Mayor-Rodrigues, along with students (left to right) Cole Zimmer, Skylar Campbell, Thanesh Harrinarine, Akshat Rawat and Becca Whitmore (hidden) cut the ribbon on a new play structure at the school. Funding for the $142,000 play structure was collected over two years through school fundraising, the Winnipeg School Division’s Children’s Heritage fund and city and provincial grants.

    Ribbon cut on new play structure

    10/14/2014 2:14 PM 0
  • Winnipeg mayor Stephen Juba turns the first sod at the site of Winnipeg’s new $7-million City Hall in June 1962. Juba was Winnipeg’s longest-serving mayor.

    Past mayors were a colourful bunch

    10/14/2014 2:24 PM 0
  • Helena Bohonos, Margaret Pestrak, Alyce Budinsky at the Ukrainian Museum of Canada — Manitoba Branch.

    Museum at Holy Trinity a labour of love

    10/14/2014 2:21 PM 0

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