‘Where’s the newsletter from Pre-School?’
‘Where’s the electricity bill?’
‘What did you do with my ticket for the football?’
These have all been uttered (shouted in exasperation) in the last week. 201 more words
WINNIPEG — In less than a month, about 2000 Syrian refugees will be arriving in Winnipeg and agencies are ready.
Tuesday, the province opened its refugee command centre on Broadway, the same room it uses during floods and major disasters. 118 more words
Well hello my lovely fellow Internet friends. I hope the holidays treated you well.
Now that we are nearly half way through the first month of the new year, I thought I should really check in here, in case anyone was curious what was going on in my corner of the universe. 391 more words
It was, undeniably, an agonizing game to watch. Not only did it go on for about 3½ hours, there were a total of 33 penalties assessed against the Alouettes and Winnipeg Blue Bombers last Friday, the two teams accumulating 328 yards in infractions. 848 more words