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Spring break starts this weekend. Kick it off the right way!

Love & the Outcome

The band of "God I Know" and "If I Don't Have You" is travelling Canada on the These Are the Days Tour with two stops in their hometown. Catch the Winnipeg shows on Thursday and Friday.

Details: Dates and times online

Asian Expedition at the Zoo

Travel this spring break without leaving the city by heading to the Assiniboine Park Zoo. Starting Saturday, the Zoo will be running a number of zoo talks and stations for the whole family, including stuff with camels, tigers, and gibbons (oh my). The first 100 visitors get a free tiger zipper pull, so go early!

Details: Saturday, March 24 - Sunday, April 1, 9:00a .m. - 5:00 p.m. (talks start at 11:00 a.m.) | Assiniboine Park Zoo | Regular admission

Family Movie Night

Get ready for Easter with the movie Hop! at Fort Garry Community Centre. Bring a pillow and munch on free popcorn, or splurge a little for hot dogs and hot chocolate.

Details: Friday, March 23, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. | Fort Garry Community Centre | FREE

Tetris at MTYP

Inspired by the game Tetris, this extremely physical dance quartet explores how we connect with one another, building a private language to communicate where the audience is invited to play along. For kids who can't sit still and who like to climb walls.

Details: Friday, March 23 until Saturday, March 31, various times | Manitoba Theatre for Young People | $17-20

CFL Fan Fest

Join the CFL for fan and family fun. Get an autograph, ask them questions, take a photo with the Grey Cup, and show off your stuff.  Fan Fest runs from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. all weekend (3:00 p.m. open on Friday).

Details: Thursday, March 22 - Sunday, March 25 | RBC Convention Centre | FREE

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The Church's response to Toronto attacks

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Missing teen last seen in Selkirk

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Prime Minister issues statement on Toronto attack

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Son of terrorist shares his story in Winnipeg

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RCMP fine motorcyclist nearly $3,000

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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

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Bike registry means faster returns to owners

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Providence University College graduates 175 students

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

New map helps cyclists navigate Winnipeg

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Used book sale sets two records

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Pistons win MJHL championship

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Above normal temperatures going into May

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Safety important around emergency vehicles

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