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Brian Pallister has handled everything to do with marijuana legalization in the least ideologically consistent way possible.
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Graham Hnatiuk and his band Hearing Trees are currently touring British Columbia for the release of their debut full-length album, Quiet Dreams. The Winnipeg-based alternative rock project has been releasing music annually since their first self-titled EP…
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Nostalgia is the name of the game for pinball league member Grant Zeilstra, who will be able to play over 20 machines at Forth’s pinball pop-up. Zeilstra, 48, started playing pinball while studying an arts degree in economics at the University of Manitoba…
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Students from University of Manitoba Student Action Network – a chapter of the Revolutionary Student Movement (UMSAN RSM) – are staging a sit-in in the office of U of M president and vice chancellor David Barnard. The action is in protest of tuition…
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The King’s Head Pub and Eatery has found success in revamping their iconic Sunday night programming. Local creators of Live at The Roslyn, the Village Idiots, have partnered with the Exchange District venue to host a small handful of local bands to play…
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On March 23, housepanther released its debut album Club Soda Lows on Bandcamp, a solid effort that effectively pulls off a stripped-down slacker vibe. Describing the music as “power pop for the anxious peeps of the world,” housepanther lives up to the…
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As The Universe, the debut effort by local artist Peter Harder, is nothing short of impressive for an artist with no online evidence of performances or any previously released music. The alternative pop album, which was released on Bandcamp March 16, was…
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From JUNOfest to Japan, local pop-rock band The Middle Coast is keeping up its tradition of touring. The three-piece band, consisting of Dylan MacDonald, Liam Duncan, and Roman Clarke, is starting a 10-stop tour through Japan April 5. The tour…
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Aformer University of Manitoba student said she feels “failed” by the University of Manitoba’s sexual assault policies after a student she filed an informal complaint against ran in the 2018 UMSU general elections. The complainant, who also worked on…
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The provincial government announced March 27 it plans to cut universal healthcare coverage for international students enrolled in post-secondary institutions across Manitoba beginning in the fall of 2018. The government expects to save approximately $3.1…
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