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Altona Police Issue First Cannabis-related Charge After Legalization

It didn’t take long for Altona police officers to lay cannabis-related charges after the substance became legalized Wednesday. At 12:35 am, thirty-five minutes after legalization, members conducted a…

Local Sports

The Flyers Report

Winkler recorded a pair of wins over the Virden Oil Capitals. Head coach Steve Mullin will join Clayton Dreger on the Flyers Report which airs Thursdays at 11:35 a.m. & 5:20 p.m. on CFAM Radio 950.…

The Zone 4 High School Sports Report

Northlands Parkway won the Provincial Rural High School Girls Soccer Championship in Swan River. Nighthawks midfield centre Amy Lloyd will join Clayton Dreger on the Zone 4 High School Sports Report…

Flyers Rally To Beat Oil Capitals

The Winkler Flyers scored four straight goals in the third period in a 5-3 win over the visiting Virden Oil Capitals on Tuesday night. Colton Friesen scored twice and Connor Beebe and Drake Burgin…

Jets Fall to McDavid & Oilers

Edmonton captain Connor McDavid set an NHL record Tuesday night in the Oilers 5-4 come from behind victory over the Winnipeg Jets at Bell MTS Place. McDavid, who had two goals and two assists, got a…

Ag News

Canada Hosts China's Minister of Agriculture

This week, China's minister of agriculture and rural affairs made a couple of stops in Canada. Minister Han Changfu led a mission to Quebec and Ontario, where he visited with Canada's Agriculture…

Making Winter Wheat Canada's New Premium Quality Product

A winter wheat breeder in Lethbridge is working to change western winter wheat into Canada's new premium quality product over spring wheat. Dr. Robert Graf with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada…

Farmers Hoping To Advance Corn Harvest This Week

Manitoba farmers still have about 70 per cent of this year's grain corn crop left to harvest. Morgan Cott is an agronomist with the Manitoba Corn Growers Association. "We're still good, but I think…

Calf Prices Remain 'Fairly Strong'

Calf prices remain fairy strong and are getting close to where they were last year. That from Canfax market analyst Brian Perillat. "We're just going to probably start to get into some bigger volumes…

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