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A Cut Above

They are two chefs of exceptional skills and creativity, and both have worked their way up from their original four-star ratings, through 4½ to the ultimate five...full story

Out and about in Manitoba

During my travels this week, I learned of two local Winnipeg businesses that made the holidays a little more special for some local children...full story

City a tech-expansion hub

New consortium makes U.K. trek as a group for summit...full story

Future bright for Manitoba's economy, says Conference Board

The Conference Board of Canada says that Manitoba is expected to be among the top provincial performers in 2016 and 2017...full story

Going to Winnipeg: Manitoba capital's winding streets offer up hidden gems

There’s a Russian novel lurking underneath Winnipeggers’ cheery, down to earth demeanour. Thanks to an economy that’s been about as flat as the surrounding landscape since the turn of the 20th century, it’s a city that has historically been filled more with literary old souls — songwriters (John Samson, Crash Test Dummy Brad Roberts, Neil Young, Christine Fellows, Randy Bachman), novelists (Miriam Toews, Kevin Patterson,  Margaret Laurence, Pulitzer-Prize winner Carol Shields), CFL sportswriter icons — Cactus Jack Wells, Jack Matheson — than megabucks...full story

Capital Grill named 'Place to Eat' by National Geographic Travel

Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba, doesn’t usually find its way onto bucket lists. This multicultural, multilingual metropolis of 800,000, affectionately called the Peg by locals, blipped onto international radar screens in 2014 when the Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened here, and again this past summer when the FIFA Women’s World Cup passed through...full story