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Alan Jackson at MTS Centre: September 17, 2014

Country crooner Alan Jackson charmed the crowd at MTS Centre Wednesday night.

  1. Drag the Red

    The idea for the search for missing and murdered aboriginal women, called Drag the Red River, came after the discovery of the body of missing aboriginal teen Tina Fontaine last month. Volunteers have begun dragging the Red River and searching the banks for any clues or remains. 09/17/2014 11:13 PM

  2. Lions maul Bombers

    09/13/2014 11:46 PM

  3. Fight night

    United Boxing Club hosted the first International Olympic style boxing event since the 1999 Pan Am Games, with special guest George Chuvalo in attendance. 09/11/2014 10:52 PM

  4. University of Manitoba Bisons home opener

    Bloodied, bruised and absolutely beaten up a week ago, the University of Manitoba Bisons got up off the mat to throw some serious haymakers Friday night in their home opener. 09/12/2014 11:54 PM

  5. The Pinkertons filming in Manitoba

    The Pinkertons, a "wild-west" action-adventure crime series, is being shot in the lovely town of Grosse Isle, Manitoba. The Free Press was on set to capture some of the filming. 09/11/2014 9:13 PM

  6. Banjo Bowl

    The visiting Saskatchewan Roughriders edged the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 30-24 to win the Banjo Bowl at Investors Group Field Sept. 8. 09/7/2014 7:34 PM

  7. Labour Day Classic

    08/31/2014 8:10 PM

  8. St. Louis suburb besieged by violent clashes

    Ferguson, Mo, a St. Louis suburb, has been besieged by violent clashes between police and crowds protesting the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager by police last Saturday. 08/14/2014 1:40 PM

  9. Prairie Jam

    The first ever MTS Prairie Jam Music Festival, a one-day outdoor music festival featuring some of country music’s biggest acts, was held Sunday, Aug. 10 at Investors Group Field. 08/10/2014 10:04 PM

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  1. A look at Manitoba’s Ukrainian community through their churches

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