1. Skating The Forks river trail
2. Walking (yes, just walking in general)
3. TIE: Festival du Voyageur, sleeping, drinking, tobogganing
1. Lo Pub
2. Royal Albert Arms Hotel Bar
3. Mondragon Bookstore and Coffeehouse
Information on how marijuana retailing will work in Manitoba has been billowing in since the announcement that pot sales will be a “hybrid privatization” with Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries distributing to private retailers.
On Oct. 5, TransCanada cancelled its $15.7 billion plans for the 4,000-kilometer proposed Energy East oil pipeline that would have transported oil from Alberta oil sands projects to supply refineries in the east.
The Wesmen women’s volleyball team might have more potential than their mid-season 1-5 record indicates.
Winnipeg Transit has experienced a near comedy of errors following complete disownment by the provincial government, which used to cover half of Winnipeg Transit’s costs.
One Winnipeg city councillor has declared “all-out war” on illegal rooming houses occupied by students.
As Sears sets to abandon the southwest wing of CF Polo Park, local politicians seek the attention of digital retail giant Amazon.
The political process is seemingly slipping away from policy and legislation and toward celebrity culture.
Winnipeg’s crypto-community covets a currency, and Bitcoin Teller Machines (BTMs) are popping up around the city.
The Manitoba New Democratic Party will elect a new leader on Sept. 16
Cabinet shuffles were in political vogue in August.
Aug. 17 to 20 // Bringing big names that are off the (pop) charts
July 19 to 30 // Filling the lineup and the seats
July 8 // Something fishy at The Forks
Both the Winnipeg city council and the Manitoba provincial government announced budget cuts that will see 2017 public services scaled back, as well as hiring and wage freezes for those employed by both levels of government.