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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

HSC program designed to care for sexual assault survivors in safe, supportive setting

Winnipeg's Health Sciences Centre is trying to raise awareness of its Sexual Assault…

Police talk street party security

Winnipeg Police aren't planning any major changes to their operations at the next…

The Church's response to Toronto attacks

A day after a senseless act in Toronto claimed the lives of 10 people and injured 13…

Giving dignity to kids in care

After finding out that children within the Child and Family Services system in Manitoba…

"Be truthful": tips on answering kids' questions after violence

The news can be difficult even for adults. For kids, it might provide a sense of worry…

Missing teen last seen in Selkirk

Selkirk RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in looking for a missing teen.

Prime Minister issues statement on Toronto attack

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has released a statement on yesterday's van attack in…

Son of terrorist shares his story in Winnipeg

From being in a terrorist organization to being undercover and finding Christ, Mosab…

Province reviewing codes governing municipal official accepted behaviour

The province will be looking into how it can make changes to the Municipal Act and other…

RCMP fine motorcyclist nearly $3,000

Manitoba RCMP says a motorcyclist's need for speed was extremely dangerous and…

Nuclear threat in Osborne area unfounded

It was a tense evening for some residents in the Osborne area.

Upcycled bicycles for auction

Looking for a sweet new ride? Check out the City's annual unclaimed bike auction.

Rising waters close river walk

Normal spring river levels have closed part of the river walk along the Assiniboine River.

Bike registry means faster returns to owners

Updates to the City's bike registry program mean you can expect to reunite with your lost…

Providence University College graduates 175 students

175 students graduated from Providence University College and Seminary this past weekend.

New map helps cyclists navigate Winnipeg

Winnipeg has been slowly transforming into a more bike-friendly city. Now, a new map will…

Used book sale sets two records

The longest running green fundraiser in the world has set yet another record.

Pistons win MJHL championship

The Steinbach Pistons used a pair of first period goals scored less than a minute apart…

Above normal temperatures going into May

Southern Manitoba can expect to keep enjoying the warm weather we've been having.

Safety important around emergency vehicles

After a police cruiser collided with another car and a building while responding to a…