General store moves to Main

Monique Buckmaster recently moved her Red River General Store from Narol to the North End.

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  • Chantel Marostica

    Fan favourite

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  • Winnipeg Boldness Project director Diane Roussin is one of 60 Manitoba women nominated for the YMCA-YWCA Women of Distinction Awards.

    Nominee working hard on Boldness Project

    04/10/2015 3:47 PM 0
  • Seven Oaks School Division was well-represented at the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra’s MTS Rising Stars concert on April 8. The show featured a 300-voice choir made of students from nine Manitoba high schools, including Garden City Collegiate, Maples Collegiate and West Kildonan Collegiate. The students sang Requiem, the last piece Mozart ever composed.

    Rising Stars Pay tribute to mozart

    04/10/2015 3:45 PM 0
  • (From left) DirectBuy of Winnipeg owner Dwight Till, Renee Yap, Jonachiu Yap and DirectBuy of Winnipeg owner Lynn Till. Jonachiu Yap won DirectBuy’s annual $25,000 Home Makeover contest.

    Big payoff for store visit

    04/10/2015 3:42 PM 0
  • From left to right: Demi Badmus, Madison Reynolds, Sydney Reynolds, Speranza Albensi and Joyce Ormshaw. The longtime coach was working with the twirlers at Greendell Park Community Centre on April 11.

    Twirling time coming to a majestic end

    04/14/2015 4:42 PM 0
  • Windsor School students Tommy Bennet and Cara Spurrill with CWF horticulture education manager Ken Beattie and Winnipeg Harvest director of development Kate Brenner.

    CWF, Harvest team up to teach kids

    04/10/2015 3:41 PM 0
  • Late Luxton resident and activist Judy Burns will be honoured at the Luxton Residents’ Association community dinner on April 19.

    A dinner for Judy

    04/10/2015 3:40 PM 0
  • Elvis impersonator Daylin James performs at Marigold Restaurant on Aug. 21.

    Supporting Team Aunt Leslie for seventh year

    04/10/2015 3:35 PM 0
  • Argyle students Zachary Mayham-Mousseau (left) and Montana MacLeod reveal that the school won $25,000 in new technology from Staples Canada as part of the Superpower Your School contest. Also pictured: Staples Unicity general manager Mary Ray applauds.

    Big surprise for high school

    04/8/2015 3:29 PM 0

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