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The promenade garden or the tropical house is going bananas.

This week I head on over to the park to see the new exhibit at the Conservatory, The Promenade Garden. It’s a collection of spring flowers and bulbs. 340 more words


Slice of Life

It has been a rather busy week! Although I didn’t have a lot of time to take photos – between a hectic schedule and the weather still being a bit miserable at times – I still managed to capture a few imagesĀ I thought were interesting enough to post on here. 76 more words

Mike Pratt Photography

Soft-boiled eggs and Winnipeg: Thank you, Mrs. Carsted

One of my favorite leisure-morning breakfasts is the soft-boiled egg. I love eggs anyway, for breakfast, lunch or dinner, but the soft-boiled egg is special to me for several reasons. 1,196 more words

Just Fun

RCMP charge man with murder in 2011 death of 14-year Manitoba old girl

WABOWDEN, Man. – RCMP have charged a man with murder in the death of a girl whose body was found in a remote community in central Manitoba almost three years ago. 80 more words


Manitoba ombudsman will investigate opposition cover-up accusation

WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s NDP government shot down an opposition demand for an inquiry into the actions of Premier Greg Selinger and one of his former cabinet ministers Friday, but the controversy remained far from over. 583 more words


Night stage

The marquee on the Manitoba Theatre Center in Winnipeg’s Exchange District, lights up the street as it announces a coming production with no uncertainty.
April 17, 2014. Lyle Stafford/Image


Cap tax increases at rate of inflation, says Coun. Scott Fielding

A city councillor mulling a run for mayor is proposing a tax cap.

Coun. Scott Fielding (St. James-Brooklands) said on Thursday he plans to introduce a motion at the April 30 city council meeting that would prohibit increasing taxes more than the rate of inflation. 186 more words