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Check out these great Victoria Day long weekend events!

Family Expo & Kids Fair

A fun filled afternoon with special guest appearances, story time, information sessions, and lots of fun activities, plus local family friendly vendors.

Details: Sunday, May 21 @ 12:00 p.m. | Holiday Inn Ellice Avenue | $15/family pass

St. Norbert Farmers' Market

The St. Norbert Farmers' Market opens up for the first time this season! Shop all the incredible vendors for amazing crafts and treats.

Details: Saturday, May 20 @ 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. | 3514 Pembina Highway | FREE admission

Dinosaurs Alive!

Want to walk with the dinosaurs? Assiniboine Park Zoo has opened up their popular Dinosaurs Alive! 16 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs await you.

Details: Starting Thursday, May 18 @ zoo hours | Assiniboine Park Zoo | regular zoo admission

Great Train Robbery

From the Prairie Dog Central Railway website, "Rumour has it that after a year long hiatus Bonnie and Clyde are back and up to no good. Stay vigilant and inform the onboard staff if you see anything suspicious as we try to outrun them and their vintage bullet riddled 1933 automobile. We are confident that with your help we can dodge this bothersome group and enjoy an uninterrupted trip to Grosse Isle"

Details: Sunday, May 21 @ 11:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. | Prairie Dog Central Railway Station | $32.95/adult, $24.95/child

UGM looking for BBQ volunteers

Union Gospel Mission (UGM) is having a barbeque and they need a few more volunteers.

Prov home to Canada's largest hymnal collection

A former Providence staff member collected a large number of hymnals and has donated them…

More partners sign Winnipeg's Indigenous Accord

More than 40 signatures were added to Winnipeg's Indigenous Accord on Wednesday, bringing…

Patience is a virtue: tips for teaching your kids how to drive

Getting your driver's license is a huge milestone. So is surviving your teen learning how…

Warm weather brings need for donations

With temperatures expected to reach above 30 degrees for much of this week, finding a…

Missing Selkirk man may be in Winnipeg

Selkirk RCMP believe that a man that's been missing from that community for a week may…

MBCI valedictorian reflects on high school through multiple perspectives

With the school year coming to a close, the valedictorian for Mennonite Brethren…

Alternative budget suggests additional revenue sources for city

Ahead of this year's municipal election, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has…

"You have to be in the dark to find the sunshine later."

A local author has seen tremendous response since the release of her new book and wants…

Project Return locates 8 missing at-risk youth

The Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) partnered with a number of community organizations to…

WSO showcasing local young talent at free concert

The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra is putting on a free show tonight at the Centennial…

4-year-old drowns in Shamattawa

A four-year-old boy has drowned in Gods River in Shamattawa, the RCMP have confirmed.

Young girls lacking physical activity

Girls are not getting the physical activity they need, and it's not helping them live a…

Church open mic raising money for Hesed

One church is taking their weekly coffee house and turning it into a fundraiser for…

Manitoba has among the highest rates of child poverty: report

A new report looking at child poverty rates in Canada highlights a disturbing reality…

More than half a billion dollars going to flood outlet channels

Details on two flood diversion channels at Lake Manitoba and Lake St. Martin were…

Family of St. James airman located

Relatives of a deceased Winnipeg airman have already been found and contacted, thanks to…

Kickstands are up, as Bike Week kicks off in Winnipeg

Bike to Work Day starts the week this year instead of ending it.

Trinity Baptist Church not keen on being labelled a heritage building

A church in Winnipeg's Osborne Village area is concerned about potentially being given a…

Local documentarian captures final chapter of the Candace Derksen story

A local documentary maker is showing what he hopes is the final chapter of the Candace…