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A look back: Sou'wester's 2016 in review

A Canada goose nests on the roof of a sod house at FortWhyte Alive.  (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
A look back: Sou'wester's 2016 in review
Photos by: Staff
Dozens of community members came out for the unveiling of Doug Jacobs’ memorial plaque at the Victoria site of the Fort Garry Community Centre on Dec. 30. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Jennifer Howard, foreground, announced she would not seek re-election in Fort Rouge at the end of January 2016. Wab Kinew, background, successfully ran for the NDP in Fort Rouge during the provincial election. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Protestors Derek Engen and Lisa Waldner were among the demonstrators who came out to a Feb. 10 open house to protest potential development of the Parker Wetlands. (Scott Billeck)
Jennie Baragar-Petrash will run in the Pan Am Cross-Country Cup with Team Canada on March 4 and 5. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The Lytics emcees Anthony and Andrew Sannie say their new EP Hold On will show a different side to the group. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The St. Paul’s Crusaders are the 2015-2016 AAAA Provincial High School Hockey Champions. (Supplied photo/Rusty Barton)
Liberal leader Rana Bokhari embraces supporters after losing her bid in Fort Rouge. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Longtime Progressive Conservative MLA Heather Stefanson was re-elected in Tuxedo by a large margin. (Jared Story)
Owner of The Round Table (800 Pembina Hwy.) Kristjan Kristjansson raises a toast to the business, which closed its doors on May 14. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Kylo Prince organized a traditional Indigenous ceremony, including sweatlodges, a feast, and a warrior dance, on the grounds of Kapyong Barracks. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The Winnipeg Soccer Complex (900 Waverley St.) will be renamed after Ralph Cantafio (pictured) on Sun., June 12. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The Naso Family arrived in Winnipeg from Turkey on July 11. They toured the city and stopped at Canadian Footwear to get some new shoes, donated by the business. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
A runner signs a giant card at a memorial five-kilometre run held Aug. 30 in Assinniboine Park to celebrate the life of glioblastoma victim Joanne Schiewe. (Danielle Da Silva)
Participants hug at a memorial five-kilometre run held Aug. 30 in Assinniboine Park to celebrate the life of Joanne Schiewe. (Danielle Da Silva)
The team at Churchill was surprised with $10,000 worth of new jerseys, helmets and cleats on Sept. 17 thanks to the Nissan Kickoff Project.  (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Artist Ivan Eyre and Assiniboine Park Conservancy CEO Margaret Redmond speak next to Eyre’s newly unveiled Plains Call sculpture in front of The Pavilion.  (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Trevor Olfert is pictured in the organ booth at the MTS Centre. Olfert will be providing live organ music during Winnipeg Jets home games. (Supplied photo)
St. Paul’s Crusaders Brody Williams (left) and Shae Weekes embrace after the team defeated the Vincent Massey Trojans on Nov. 10 at Investors Group Field to win the Winnipeg High School Football League ANAVETS Bowl.  (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press Files )
Professors at the University of Manitoba held a 21-day strike to demand an end to arbitrarily increased workloads, job protection, and collegial governance. (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The St.Mary's Academy Flames celebrate their victory over Brandon's Vincent Massey Vikings in the AAAA varsity girls high school volleyball championship match at Investors Group Athletic Centre on Mon, Dec., 5. (TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
A Canada goose nests on the roof of a sod house at FortWhyte Alive. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Dozens of community members came out for the unveiling of Doug Jacobs’ memorial plaque at the Victoria site of the Fort Garry Community Centre on Dec. 30. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Jennifer Howard, foreground, announced she would not seek re-election in Fort Rouge at the end of January 2016. Wab Kinew, background, successfully ran for the NDP in Fort Rouge during the provincial election. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Protestors Derek Engen and Lisa Waldner were among the demonstrators who came out to a Feb. 10 open house to protest potential development of the Parker Wetlands. - (Scott Billeck)
Jennie Baragar-Petrash will run in the Pan Am Cross-Country Cup with Team Canada on March 4 and 5. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The Lytics emcees Anthony and Andrew Sannie say their new EP Hold On will show a different side to the group. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The St. Paul’s Crusaders are the 2015-2016 AAAA Provincial High School Hockey Champions. - (Supplied photo/Rusty Barton)
Liberal leader Rana Bokhari embraces supporters after losing her bid in Fort Rouge. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Longtime Progressive Conservative MLA Heather Stefanson was re-elected in Tuxedo by a large margin. - (Jared Story)
Owner of The Round Table (800 Pembina Hwy.) Kristjan Kristjansson raises a toast to the business, which closed its doors on May 14. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Kylo Prince organized a traditional Indigenous ceremony, including sweatlodges, a feast, and a warrior dance, on the grounds of Kapyong Barracks. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The Winnipeg Soccer Complex (900 Waverley St.) will be renamed after Ralph Cantafio (pictured) on Sun., June 12. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The Naso Family arrived in Winnipeg from Turkey on July 11. They toured the city and stopped at Canadian Footwear to get some new shoes, donated by the business. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
A runner signs a giant card at a memorial five-kilometre run held Aug. 30 in Assinniboine Park to celebrate the life of glioblastoma victim Joanne Schiewe. - (Danielle Da Silva)
Participants hug at a memorial five-kilometre run held Aug. 30 in Assinniboine Park to celebrate the life of Joanne Schiewe. - (Danielle Da Silva)
The team at Churchill was surprised with $10,000 worth of new jerseys, helmets and cleats on Sept. 17 thanks to the Nissan Kickoff Project. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Artist Ivan Eyre and Assiniboine Park Conservancy CEO Margaret Redmond speak next to Eyre’s newly unveiled Plains Call sculpture in front of The Pavilion. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
Trevor Olfert is pictured in the organ booth at the MTS Centre. Olfert will be providing live organ music during Winnipeg Jets home games. - (Supplied photo)
St. Paul’s Crusaders Brody Williams (left) and Shae Weekes embrace after the team defeated the Vincent Massey Trojans on Nov. 10 at Investors Group Field to win the Winnipeg High School Football League ANAVETS Bowl. - (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press Files )
Professors at the University of Manitoba held a 21-day strike to demand an end to arbitrarily increased workloads, job protection, and collegial governance. - (Danielle Da Silva - Sou'wester)
The St.Mary's Academy Flames celebrate their victory over Brandon's Vincent Massey Vikings in the AAAA varsity girls high school volleyball championship match at Investors Group Athletic Centre on Mon, Dec., 5. - (TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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