The festival was started in 1982 by the Manitou Rapids Art Council of Pine Falls / Powerview and is dedicated to Paper, Power, Pea and Pickeral. Thus the four Ps.
It sort of startled me. No the police did not say they are there to serve and to protect, they are telling us to be meek and let ourselves get mugged
A passenger from BC caused quite a ruckus on a WestJet flight from Vancouver to Winnipeg last week. He apparently verbally and physically attacked crew members and did 5000 Dollars worth of damage.
How twisted are these people that belong to the Westboro Baptist Church? They use a dreadful slaying on a Greyhound Bus for their hate mongering.
These people are just as wacky and dangerous as the original perp.
The plane had started off at St. Andrews Airport with a pilot and three passengers ( two women and a baby ) aboard, bound for Bloodvein.
No injuries were reported, though a truck driver on the highway got a scare when he had to pull over into the ditch and was still narrowly missed by the plane.
Now is also the perfect time to go blueberry picking and huckleberry picking along the Beaches of Lake Winnipeg.
Blueberries and Huckleberries are basically the same thing though some say the real Huckleberry has larger seeds, making it more difficult to eat.
Chanterelle. Unlike other mushrooms Chanterelle are easy to recognise. They are bright yellow, and grow in a funnel shape.
A good place to go Chanterelle picking is Elk Island this time of year.
The mayor of Churchill is asking for provincial government assistance to help the population deal with gas prices that are just under 2 Dollars a liter! This peak in gas prices has been afflicting the community since February.
August and early September are the perfect time to go to Manitoba’s Beaches! Weather is warm, mid to upper 80s, it is the sunniest time of year and the mosquitos have quieted down. Enjoy the summer by renting a cottage for a week.
As part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site nomination on the east side of Lake Winnipeg. Manitoba’s Natural Resources Minister Stan Struthers and his Ontario counterpart joined forces today to protect an area in both provinces.
One of the goals of this plan is to better protect the woodland caribou that live in this region.
A 12 year old boy and his 14 year old brother went out target shooting last Wednesday with a legally registered .22-calibre bolt-action rifle at a farm near Kelwood, Manitoba.
The accident was described as a self inflicted injury by the RCMP, as the gun apparently accidentally discharged and hit the boy in the head.