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Co-operative living — maybe the way to go.

In 1989 Alex Merrill and Glenn Morison were founding members of a housing co-operative in New Brunswick, alas they moved before it was finished and never got to live in what they helped start. 338 more words

Celebrate Two Anniversaries With Manitoba Shorts At Moving Images Exhibit

There are two anniversaries being celebrated at the University of Winnipeg this year, and what better way to have a party than to hold an exhibition of short films made by current and former staff and students at its own art gallery. 868 more words

Indie Film

Stephanie & Justin

This was so fun to do! Here is a video I produced for a wonderful couple on their wedding day. Stephanie and Justin were a pleasure to work with, and I’m so happy with the end result (and so were they!).   13 more words

Manitoba

Satire in News

How does humor add to information?

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This week we sit down with Chad Anderson, a local comedian in Winnipeg, about the role of satire news sites like The Onion, how humor works over Twitter, and the role of humor in life. 43 more words

News Analysis

New year, new budget

Hi Winnipeg,

It’s the start of a new year, which is always exciting. I hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful holiday season with loved ones!

A new year means a new budget, and preparing a city budget is no easy task. 717 more words

Winnipeg

Weekend Reflections- Reflective Warming Hut

Continuing with the theme in my last post from yesterday, reflections on a warming hut on the frozen river(you can see 2 other reflections here… 47 more words

Winnipeg

Police investigating West End homicide

WINNIPEG – Police are investigating a homicide that happened in the West End.

The police service’s identification unit was on scene Friday morning of a home on the 600 block of Sherbrook Street. 60 more words

Crime