Manitoba Sunflower Festival – July 27, 28 & 29

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Humboldt Broncos' Chaplain Speaking At Harvest Festival

The Harvest Festival's Facebook received a substantial number of views and response with the announcement that the Humboldt Broncos' Chaplain would be the guest speaker at the Harvest Festival…

Local Sports

Pirates beat Diamond Dogs in 18U AA Final

The Portage Pirates will represent Manitoba at the Western Canada 18U AA Baseball Championship next month in La Broquerie. The Pirates defeated the Winker Diamond Dogs 7-1 in the final of the…

Provincial 18U AA & Senior AA All-Stars Championships

Two more Baseball Manitoba Provincial AA Championships take place this weekend. The 18U championship is in Altona. Winkler is representing South Central. The Bisons are the host team. The Border…

The Border Baseball League Report

The Provincial Senior AA All-Stars Baseball Championship will be held in Stonewall this weekend. The Border Baseball League All-Stars are the defending champions and coach Brent Laverty will join…

McDonald Wins Provincial Men’s Amateur

Justin McDonald of Breezy Bend hasn’t hit one range ball all year. Some golfers just don't need to practice. On Thursday McDonald earned his second Provincial championship this month. McDonald, who…

Ag News

AgriRisk Program Renewed Under Canadian Agricultural Partnership

The AgriRisk Initiatives Program has been renewed under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. On Friday, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay announced that the $55 million…

Ag In Motion Sets Attendance Record

The numbers are in! Ag in Motion, which takes place near Langham, SK, surpassed its attendance expectations this week with 30,355 people taking part in the event this year. Show Director Rob O’Connor…

Teamsters Canada Members Ratify Agreement With CP Rail

Members of the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference at CP Rail have voted 65 per cent to ratify a four-year agreement covering over 3000 conductors and locomotive engineers. This comes after a short…

Japan Resumes Imports Of Canadian Wheat

Japan has resumed its wheat trade with Canada, after temporarily suspending trade in June following the finding of a handful of GM wheat plants in southern Alberta. “Japan is a long-standing, premium…

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