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A man’s a man for a’ that

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January brings many things, but it ends with a proliferation of events around the world, within Scotland and within the…

How does this work?

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The COVID-19 pandemic and our response to the threat was priority #1 and with the House of Commons only sitting…

MLA Adams death should never have happened

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By Volker Beckman The shocking and tragic death of MLA Danielle Adams in a car accident on Highway 6 highlights…

Youth Parliament of Manitoba

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As Speaker of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, I have had the privilege over the past five years of working with…

Joy to the world, Happy New Year, the sun will shine again!

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The sun was out today for the few magical hours that comprise daylight north of 49 on the solstice, the…

Gratitude from A to Z

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Alpha, beta, delta and now omicron. I don’t know about you, but I’d like to return to some happier ABCs!…

Janice Lukes and Year of the Garden Winnipeg 2022

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The Year of the Garden 2022 is a celebration of our national garden culture and also commemorates the 100th anniversary…

Remembrance is for every day

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Bill Blaikie joins us with a monthly column starting with this issue. Bill Blaikie The season of Remembrance has given…

The magic of earth’s natural cycle

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Kevin Twomey returns home from an eco-conference in the United States. He is filled with wonder and excitement over what…

All about healthy houseplants with Shea Doherty

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Dorothy and Shea discuss how to keep your favourite houseplants alive and healthy. They talk about why poinsettias lose their…

The International Peace Garden with Charlie Thomsen

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When was the last time you went to the International Peace Garden or even thought about the fact that this…

Democracy matters!

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“Democracy is the worst form ofgovernment – except for all theothers that have been tried.” Winston ChurchillNovember11,1947 I was horrified,…

Female Speakers of Manitoba

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The Speaker’s job is to preside over events in the Legislative Assembly, acting as a kind of referee to ensure…

Winnipeg votes to declare 2022 as Year of the Garden. Boissevain joins in.

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Dorothy Dobbie Janice Lukes sent us this note: “Thrilled to have brought forward a motion recognizing 2022 as Year of…

An open letter to the new Premier

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Dear Heather: Congratulations Premier Heather Stefanson. As the first female premier, you have a big job ahead of you as…

Podcasts are taking over the “airwaves”

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And Lifestyles 55 Digital Radio is leading the way When you were young, and if you were lucky enough to…

Mr. Tomato, The Prairie Garden Guest Editor, talks small spaces

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Mr. Tomato, the creator of the gardeners’ aids, Sea Magic and Kosy Coats, shares his thoughts on the upcoming Prairie…

Curbing fossil fuel emissions through technology

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Gerry McAlpine A combustion engine is the most economical form of power in just about every industry in today’s economy. What…

CentrePort Canada: A thriving inland port in the heart of Manitoba

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By Diane Gray While most of us in Winnipeg have been hunkered down, focussing on COVID-19, business has forged ahead…

What is social health and why is it so important?

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Have you ever measured your social health? We all know how important it is to care for our physical and…

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