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Death Tree: The Story Of How I Could Have Died Before Even Graduating From College

It’s February of 2016. It’s cold, but not unseasonably so. Cold enough, however, that you feel it in your bones, especially if you’re spending the entirety of the weekend outside, like we are. 1,443 more words

Edmonton-based scientist urges 'mutual respect' on climate debate after winning award

Canadians need to turn down the heat and start listening to each other when they discuss global warming, says the winner of a major scientific award for his work on Arctic ice and climate change. 467 more words


'You're on your own,' walking Winnipegers feeling unsafe on snowy sidewalks

WINNIPEG — People travelling on foot in Winnipeg feel like they’re being left to fend for themselves.

The City of Winnipeg has put all hands on deck to manage the roads following the first winter storm of the season. 182 more words


Mall shopping on decline, experts say

Shopping during the holiday season is almost always a guarantee, but where consumers are spending their money is beginning to change, according to retail experts. 390 more words


Fab Boss Babes - A Year in Recap

A year in Boss Babes – Re Cap  2016

Each month I  featured a bad ass boss babe who is making waves within the nutrition, fitness or beauty industries. 610 more words


Let It Snow

We awoke this morning to a winter wonderland.

Winter came down to our home one night
Quietly pirouetting in on silvery-toed slippers of snow,
And we, we were children once again.
~Bill Morgan, Jr.


Fun with Manitoba Opera

Falstaff – “L’Orchestre symphonique de Winnipeg, sous la direction de Tyrone Paterson, a donné un accompagnement musical de très grande qualité”…Pierre Meunier, La Liberté – November, 2016… 213 more words