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The third annual Niverville Collegiate Institute Middle Years Science Fair was held on Thursday. Roughly 150 students had their projects on display for parents, teachers and other students, all of whom were encouraged to ask questions. NCI teacher Riley Desautals says the students had five weeks to complete their projects, and th...
Thousands of Christians throughout southeastern Manitoba will participate in church services and family gatherings today to celebrate Easter. Rob Reimer, President of Steinb ...
Every year since the mid 1990's, an Easter Sunday sunrise service has been held at Grace Mennonite Church. This year was no exception, as congregations once again gat ...
The province is funding 10 more RCMP officers in Manitoba. Premier Greg Selinger says the investment is part of the provincial government's ongoing commitment to increase ...
The South East Prairie Thunder's Allan Cup run is over. The Prairie Thunder dropped a 3-2 decision to the Kenora Thistles on Thursday night in the quarterfin
13 Manitoban's were among 102 players invited to attend Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Program strength and conditioning camp which will place May 7th -
The confirmation of glyphosate resistant weeds in southern Manitoba did not come as a surprise, says the provincial weed specialist. However, the location of
If Canadian farmers are going to meet the Canola Council of Canada's goal of 26 million tonnes of canola production by 2025, they're going to need some major