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A friend request from the MJHL

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League is considering using social media to keep fans up to date.

Residents stand up for their footbridge

Winnipeg residents are taking to Facebook to express concerns about the possibility of a new bridge at Omand's Creek Park

2010 Winter Paralympics: More pride than eyes

With the Winter Paralympics just wrapping up. Kellen looks to see who, if anyone, took in the games.

Keep your cat virus free

Outdoor cats are at greater risk of contracting potentially deadly viruses feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV). Spaying or neutering, vaccines and hygiene can help keep kitty healthy.

Yappy Hour 2010 Presents 'Viva P'aws Vegas"

The Winnipeg Humane Society's 6th Annual Yappy Hour is a site to behold. If you have never been to this event - this is the year!

Wedding socials - are they worth the fuss?

Some couples report raking in thousands of dollars at their wedding socials while others barely break even. How do you know if you should take the plunge?

Buckle up, pups

Safe options for car travel with your dog

Exchange District welcomes sports complex

Sport Manitoba needed a new home after its lease wasn't renewed at 200 Main Street. But its new digs will be used for more than just administration. The Sport for Life Centre will bring the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, as well as sport training amenities, to the Exchange District.

Winnipeg developer curls onto Wii

Winnipeg-based Complex Games is hoping to rock the house with their new release, Wee Curling for the Nintendo Wii.

With a little help from their friends

The University of Winnipeg has been continually expanding across downtown in the last couple of years. But they couldn’t do it alone.

Wedding sweet tooth

Her business was inspired by her own wedding. Almost a year old, Sweetness Buffet has 28 bookings for this summer.

Canadians seeing red at the Olympics

Vancouver 2010 red mitts have been the hottest commodity during the games... and also the hardest to find.

AIMS and the Frontier Centre release an Interim High School Report Card for Western Canada

Grading Western Canadas schools: The good, the okay and Manitobas information omission

Celebrate Family Literacy Day on January 27

Frontier College, Canada’s original literacy organization, invites all Manitoba families to celebrate Family Literacy Day on Wednesday January 27th by taking time out to read to your children, read online or even sing from a songbook to celebrate the importance of literacy.

COCA-COLA UNVEILS VANCOUVER 2010 OLYMPIC TORCHBEARERS FOR WINNIPEG AND SURROUNDING AREA

Coca-Cola uses Olympic Games sponsorship to motivate Canadians to live positively

Winners announced in National Bridal Search

Seven brides dish for Weddingbells

H1N1 threat stops post-game handshakes

The Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association is taking steps to reduce the spread of H1N1.

Support the arts in style

Hilary Druxman Inc. is creating a new line of jewelry inspired by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Half the proceeds from the jewelry sales will go to the David Moroni School Endowment Fund.

The grub is greener on the other side

The University of Winnipeg has hired Ben Kramer from Dandelion Eatery to help bring local, fair trade options to students, staff, and the surrounding community.

Hockey Manitoba short a few zebras

Hockey Manitoba is looking for reasons why fewer officials are registered this season than last season.

Big Dream a Tiny Reality

A rude awakening to the hockey-crazed parents who think their little superstar is heading to the NHL.

Winnipeg restaurants scammed: recycling deal turns out to be garbage

Earls Restaurants in Winnipeg thought they were being green by paying extra to have their glass recycled, but the deal ended up in the dumps.

Tombstone tipping low in ranks of pranks, priest says

$5,000 worth of damage was done over Halloween 2009 when gravestones dating back to the 1800s were tipped and smashed at a St. Boniface graveyard.

Canadian Diabetes Association & Manitoba Hydro team up to fight disease

The Best Banting Evening charity and awareness event will take place at the new downtown Hydro Building and will emphasize the need for continued study in the field of diabetes research.

Winnipeg Brides Finalists in National Blogger Search

Will all eyes be watching Winnipeg for Emily Wood and Judith Manzano’s big “I dos”?

Video » The First Vector Based Drawing Program was Created in 1963

Unbelievable but true, the very first vector illustration program was written in 1963 as a thesis by Ivan Sutherland.