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David Sanders promises hands-on management at city hall, 311 overhaul

City Hall’s most persistent critic promises he’ll be the most hands-on manager it has had in years if he’s elected mayor.

In the first announcement of his campaign, David Sanders outlined several ideas to overhaul the civic administration and identified the infrastructure deficit as a top priority. 168 more words


Update: Gord Steeves takes tax talk to front of Judy Wasylycia-Leis' campaign HQ

Gord Steeves made his Tuesday mayoral announcement in front of the frontrunner’s campaign office.

The former councillor took several swings at Judy Wasylycia-Leis on Tuesday, contrasting his taxation record with Wasylycia-Leis’ as an MLA. 191 more words


Update: Brian Bowman promises completion of Rapid Transit corridors by 2030, wifi on buses

If elected Winnipeg’s next mayor, Brian Bowman vowed Tuesday to have all six phases of the city’s long-planned bus rapid transit project completed by 2030. 139 more words


Goldeyes finish regular season with record-setting numbers and pitcher of the year

To wrap up a record-setting regular season, the North Division champion Winnipeg Goldeyes started the 2014 American Association Pitcher of the Year Nick Hernandez.

And while Hernandez was protected after two innings of hitless shutout baseball in front of the 7,345 at Shaw Park, his 12-2 record and sparkling 3.11 ERA entering Monday night will highlight the record books for years to come — while Winnipeg’s 5-4 loss to the Gary SouthShore RailCats still has the club finishing with franchise records of 63 regular season wins and 33 coming on the road. 137 more words


#wpg14 begins! Day after Labour Day brings five Winnipeg mayoral policy pressers

While the campaigning in Winnipeg has been happening for months, it’s time to finally pay attention, Winnipeg.

The Tuesday after Labour Day is the traditional, if unofficial, start to the civic election campaign, and the city’s mayoral candidates have come out kicking, especially after… 153 more words


Moisturize your Feet!

Use your Moisturizer daily to keep dry skin from itching and cracking. But Don’t Moisturize between the toes! This will cause this delicate skin to break down and can lead to irritation, infections or potential ulcers. 72 more words

ElectionFest 2014 Winnipeg's chance to easily meet candidates face to face

With polls showing almost 40 per cent of people have yet to decide whom they’re going to vote for in the Oct. 22 civic election, we’ve come up with a way you can meet the candidates face-to-face and ask them the questions you want answered. 198 more words