Mural a division-wide effort

(From left) WSD art consultant Joe Halas, Daniel MacIntyre students Sumer Elk, Wali Korane, Anabelle Salonga, Hayder Al-Saeedi and art teacher Robyn Rypp in front of the Everybody has the Right mural at CMHR.

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  • Shop local last minute

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    Frame Arts Warehouse is enabling last-minute Christmas shoppers to shop local.  

    Frame (318 Ross Ave.) hosts the Last Minute Holiday ......

  • From left: Niomi,13, Faron,15, Jonathan Wong, Michelle, and Julia, 1, in the new home in Centennial. Michelle and her family presented Wong with a thank-you gift.

    Coming home to the sound of music

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  • Ocean White, a Grade 12 student at Children of the Earth High School, presents Mayor Brian Bowman with paper butterfly artwork.

    Encouraged by action

    12/9/2014 2:14 PM 0
  • The Manitoba Badminton Association Access Program runs four days a week at Wheelies. Pictured (from left): Access Program head volunteer organizer Khanh Mai and badminton players Jojo Agapito, Jade Pojol and Larry Olid.

    Batting birdies at Wheelies

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  • Melanie Wight, MLA for Burrows with Seven Oaks School Trustee Greg McFarlane, and Carol Kalinsky at the LITE Wild Blueberry Pancake Breakfast.

    Great time at annual breakfast

    12/16/2014 1:37 PM 0
  • Tatiana Moroz and Kristen Malec are resource officers with the Manitoba Forestry Association and they urge you to “think trees” at this time of year.

    Foresters urge consumers to “think trees”

    12/16/2014 1:34 PM 0
  • In October, Porchlight and Homes for Hope held a groundbreaking ceremony for the first Canadian “home for hope” which is located in the Life in Amber Trails townhouse development in Amber Trails. Pictured (from left): Coun. Devi Sharma (Old Kildonan), Porchlight CEO Neil Braun, Homes for Hope executive director Jack Nulty and Porchlight director of sales, leasing and marketing Karen Dansie.

    A little hope goes a long way

    12/9/2014 2:10 PM 0
  • Louis Riel Insitute Adult Learning Centre student Janet Busch reads from her desktop publishing textbook.

    Learning centre focuses on individual

    12/9/2014 2:03 PM 0
  • A TB!S customer (left) rings a bell to signify she made a donation to the store’s Christmas toy drive. The store, located at 1674 Main St., is set to close Jan. 21. Sylvia Maksymchuk (right) has been working at the store for nearly 22 years.

    Shop staff going out on high note

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