Going to Juno

Garden City Collegiate history, English and drama teacher Paul Longtin is one of 22 Canadian teachers taking part in the Juno Beach Centre’s Professional Development Battlefield Tour for Educators.


  • Emterra Group founder and CEO Emmie Leung (right) presents Winnipeg Harvest board president Gordon Pollard with a cheque for $60,000 towards the food bank’s community garden programs.

    Green goods from blue boxes

    07/24/2014 6:06 PM 0
  • Goldeyes players to visit local libraries

    07/25/2014 8:39 AM 0

    What do you get when you cross books with a baseball?

    Several branches of the Winnipeg Public Library will ...

  • Civic Holiday hours for Manitoba Liquor Marts

    07/25/2014 9:28 AM 0

    Manitoba Liquor Marts will operate on extended opening and/or closing times leading up to the Civic Holiday long weekend from ...

  • Park passes now at Liquor Marts

    07/25/2014 11:31 AM 0

    Now Winnipeggers can pick up a provincial park Explorer pass during a stop at their local Liquor Mart.

    The ...

  • (From left) Vice-president of Centennial Community Improvement Association Gord Dong, Frame Arts Warehouse garden co-ordinator Tanya Blatz and Centennial resident and community gardener Shree Chamlagai in the garden outside of Freight House.

    The art of growing things

    07/22/2014 12:39 PM 0
  • SOSD secretary-treasurer Wayne Shimizu stands next to an organic waste container and garden behind the SOSD head office (830 Powers St.). Shimizu is the inaugural recipient of the Grey Owl Award, which recognizes practices and ideas that contribute to school divisions in Manitoba.

    Sustainable school division

    07/22/2014 12:35 PM 0
  • Alexandra Brezinski is a member of the Manitoba 18U volleyball team at the 2014 Canadian Francophone Games in Gatineau, Que.

    Sisler athlete ready for Gatineau

    07/22/2014 12:34 PM 0
  • (From left) NEFC executive director Kyle Mason with Regan, Zach, Abby and Geoff Archambault. The Archambaults donated $50,000 to the community gathering place.

    Family centre gets $50,000 boost

    07/18/2014 3:18 PM 0
  • Luxton resident Kim Zeglinski performs Mittelschmerz at the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival.

    Playing through the (middle) pain

    07/18/2014 3:09 PM 0

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