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12 Ways to Stay Warm and Safe in Winter

Winter of 2018 is proving to be merciless to many households. From blizzard-like weather in the northeast to unusual snowfall in the south, we are seeing a colder than usual winter. 779 more words


Manitoba Metis Federation brings Christmas hampers to Churchill

It’s been an ongoing struggle for residents in Churchill over the past few months, but after a Christmas hamper donation by the Manitoba Metis Federation, Christmas is looking up. 411 more words


Ice road to Churchill complete; goods to arrive by Wednesday

The town of Churchill will be getting an early Christmas present this year.

A winter road link has been completed between Gillam and the northern community that lost its rail line in the spring. 326 more words


Supplies could get to Churchill in time for Christmas

Residents of the stranded town of Churchill could be getting first loads of supplies on a new ice road by Christmas.

Mark Kohaykewych, president of Polar Industries Ltd., said the crews working on the road from Gillam to Churchill are making great progress. 373 more words


Manitoba businesses and First Nation to build ice road to Churchill

A trucking company, Churchill-based business and First Nation have collaborated to create an alternate supply route to the isolated northern Manitoba port city.

Supplies have had to be flown in to Churchill at significant cost since its main access, the Omnitrax rail line, was badly damaged by flooding this spring. 233 more words


Reflection: Raucous' Ice Road

Original review: TheReviewsHub Raw realism is at the heart of this truly impressive, immersive, and emotive performance

It’s late. We’re walking into a snow-covered scene, carrying a rose to ‘pay our respects’, and we’re greeted by rows of radios that remind us of gravestones that we pick up and put around our necks – and just like that, in walking from one room to another, Raucous’ … 543 more words


Ice Road- Jacobs Wells Baths ☆☆☆


The crème of Bristol artistic talent has come together for Ice Road, an immersive work at a former Victorian bathing house near the centre of town, places its audience directly into the terrible siege of Leningrad in 1941 where it was estimated over 800,000 people died, many from starvation. 342 more words