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Grant Park High School students walk out Wednesday morning  Global News

1300 students and dozens of faculty members walked out of Grant Park High School in support of the victims from last month's school shooting.



Universally accessible playground in Grant Park gets ‘Jumpstart’  Winnipeg Sun

Plans for a large universally accessible playground to open in September in the Grant Park area were announced Wednesday by Canadian Tire Jumpstart ...



From refugee to school principal  Winnipeg Free Press

Almost 30 years after first attending Isaac Newton School to study English, Mohammad Rezai has becom... - Community Correspondent - Winnipeg Free Press.



Toilet paper pranksters redecorate Grant Park High School  CBC.ca

Staff and students at Winnipeg's Grant Park High School arrived Thursday to a two-ply problem.



BE HEARD: Student led rally organized to let high schoolers speak out  Winnipeg Sun

If you see 1300 students and teachers congregating outside of Grant Park High School on Wednesday, it's not a fire drill.Students are planning a large-scale ...



As a student, Mary was also a teacher  Winnipeg Free Press

Her smiling face was featured for the last few weeks shining out from an advertisement in our newspa... - Analysis - Winnipeg Free Press.



Streetcars shaped much of Winnipeg's growth, says young historian  CBC.ca

Winnipeg's now-defunct streetcars shaped much of how the city grew and should be remembered for that contribution, says young historian Cole Osiowy.



Yellow bench invites friendship, mental health help at Grant Park High School  CBC.ca

A bright yellow bench with an immensely hopeful purpose — designed as more than just a place to sit — was unveiled in Winnipeg on Thursday. The friendship ...



HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL TOP-10: Renewed love of game lifts Huskies Planincic to No. 1 in the Sun  Winnipeg Sun

About a year ago, Selva Planincic simply wasn't feeling it.She had just gone through what she felt was a particularly intense high school volleyball season with ...



Soul music  Winnipeg Free Press

It's a wintry January afternoon, but Graham is dressed for the water.... - Good News - Winnipeg Free Press.



Facing challenges as a community  Winnipeg Free Press

They say it takes a village to raise a child. That's the idea behind the Congo Canada Charity Foundation's summer school program. “It's a real community effort to ...



Uplift: Luckiest kid in the world  Winnipeg Free Press

He was a kid in a toy - not candy - store. It would be every child's dream to be able to run through a huge toy store and grab any toy or game you want for free.



Former Bison joins Team Nigeria in quest to qualify for Basketball World Cup  Winnipeg Free Press

Former University of Manitoba Bisons basketball star Keith Omoerah feels right at home in Nigeria.... - Basketball - Winnipeg Free Press.



HAZMAT team searches high school  CTV News

Crews investigated Grant Park High School after receiving reports of a white haze.



Henry G. Izatt Special Olympians inspire others  Winnipeg Free Press

A few weeks ago, Henry G. Izatt Middle School student Evanjeline Smith-Baker ran for the first time ... - Community Correspondent - Winnipeg Free Press.



Winnipeg police investigating shots fired in Grant Park area  CBC.ca

Winnipeg police remain in the Grant Park area this afternoon, investigating reports of shots being fired.



Winnipeg couple wins 1st theatre educator award for inspiring students  CBC.ca

After meeting at work, and going on to create theatre programs and inspire Manitoba youth to join the arts for decades, a Winnipeg couple will share recognition ...



A place to call home  Winnipeg Free Press

Rasha Kazmouz is a 21-year-old Syrian girl who lives with cerebral palsy.... - Columns - Winnipeg Free Press.



$200000 in Prizes Awarded to Students Across the Country  Canada NewsWire

The Government of Canada History Awards honour 192 high school and university students. OTTAWA, March 13, 2018 /CNW/ - A total of 192 students from ...



Crosswalks give pedestrians 'false sense of security,' CAA says  CBC.ca

CAA Manitoba and Winnipeg police are urging drivers to pay attention during their commute after a road safety assessment last week saw traffic violations in ...



Grant Park High Reopening Following Faulty AC  ChrisD.ca

Students -- what's left of them for the year -- will return to Grant Park High School today following Wednesday's closure. Refrigerant from a.



Yazidi refugees head to school in Winnipeg  Winnipeg Free Press

JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESSThe Naso family, recent Yazidi refugees, prepare their school supplies Monday, September 5, 2016 for the first day of ...



The Best Player in Canadian Football  Manitoba Post

Winnipeg Blue Bombers 31-year-old runningback, Andrew Harris, is the best football player in Canada. I won't even argue the point. Say anything you like, but ...



Cocaine, pot used by Winnipeg kids at younger ages  CBC.ca

When Jessica was 12 years old she was an A student who played sports at a school in Winnipeg's south end, nut by the time she was in Grade 8 she was getting ...



Pirates volleyball program a family affair  Winnipeg Free Press

Keeping a tight-knit volleyball family is the key to success for Grant Park High School's two Grade ... - The Sou'wester - Winnipeg Free Press.



A Winnipegger in New York  Winnipeg Free Press

By night, Samantha Hill can be found dodging falling chandeliers, getting seduced by a masked compos... - Music - Winnipeg Free Press.



Move to Winnipeg gives Bombers' Harris chance to be full-time dad  CBC.ca

Little girls often don't like to share daddy-daughter time, but that's not the case when Andrew Harris is out with nine-year-old Hazel. When fans come up to the ...



City newspapers hastened demise of Rooster Town  Winnipeg Free Press

In Seeing Red: A History of Natives in Canadian Newspapers, academics Mark Cronlund Anderson and Carmen Robertson studied more than 40 Canadian ...



'Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity' for Winnipeg teen to play hockey for Turkey in international tournament  CBC.ca

A Winnipeg teen is on his way to Turkey this weekend to play for the country's national youth hockey team in an upcoming international tournament.



Osborne BIZ boss's election tweet raises ethics questions  Winnipeg Free Press

A candidate for city council who used her Osborne Village BIZ Twitter account to promote a campaign ... - Civic Election 2018: Fort Rouge - East Fort Garry ...



The outsiders  Winnipeg Free Press

This article was published 29/1/2016 (1083 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current. They were invisible then; they are invisible now. Yet the ...



Uplift: Fun for everyone? We got this.  Winnipeg Free Press

When children see a play structure, they play. But when children who use a wheelchair to get around see a play structure, for the most part, they watch.



Baragar-Petrash hitting her stride in Arizona  Winnipeg Free Press

Jennie Baragar-Petrash is back on track after a tough first season of NCAA cross-country and a... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



Police looking for victim after gun fired in Grant Park-area parking lot  Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg police are investigating a report of gunfire in the Sobeys parking lot and adjacent fi... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Valley Huskers adding instant offence with Manitoba Bison recruits  Chilliwack Progress

The proof will be on the field when the B.C. Football Conference season kicks off this July, but on paper it looks like head coach Bob Reist and his Valley ...



Rocker had change of tune  Winnipeg Free Press

I first met Ralph James in the locker-room of the River Heights Cardinals 12-man football program in... - Music - Winnipeg Free Press.



Omoerah turning pro  Winnipeg Free Press

Former University of Manitoba and Grant Park High School basketball star Keith Omoerah is turning pr... - The Sou'wester - Winnipeg Free Press.



Athletes put on school colours in 3-on-3 tournament  Winnipeg Free Press

Special needs athletes participated in the Special Olympics' In the Schools 3-on-3 basketball tourna... - High School games - Winnipeg Free Press.



Home, strange home  Winnipeg Free Press

After escaping Islamic State, genocide and refugee-camp perils, rescued Yazidis in Winnipeg are making up for lost time — having babies, raising families and ...



Homeless tent cities play life-saving role and should be embraced, not battled, expert says  CBC.ca

Tent cities are not the ultimate solution to a housing crisis but play an extremely important role, says a Vancouver lawyer who has fought on behalf of homeless ...



Dale Swirsky, longtime basketball coach and teacher, dies at 46  CBC.ca

Dale Swirsky was currently assisting the under-17 female Canada Games team with filming and stats analysis. He suffered a heart attack on a recent team trip to ...



NISSAN KICKOFF PROJECT TO SUPPORT STUDENTS ACROSS CANADA FOR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR  CFL.ca

Mississauga, Ont. (November 3, 2017) – Starting with six schools across three provinces, the Nissan Kickoff Project, in partnership with the Canadian Football ...



Manitoba High School Sports Hall of Fame announces nominees  Winnipeg Free Press

An NFL star, a popular Bisons coach and an Olympian are among the nine new inductees to the Manitoba... - High School - Winnipeg Free Press.



École LaVérendrye students prepare to take buses to new school  CBC.ca

Families impacted by a controversial decision to split a Winnipeg school just got a tutorial in how to ride the bus.



Charleswood swimmer making a splash  Winnipeg Free Press

Competitive swimmer Sydney Hnatuk is preparing for the summer of a lifetime as she looks forward to ... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



Special-needs athletes take on championships  Winnipeg Free Press

BEN GUNNARSSON is totally pumped -- flying down a track can do that to you.... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Benison bringing cottage thriller  Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba mystery writer Doug Whiteway, who writes under the name C.C. Benison, offers up a “wh... - Books - Winnipeg Free Press.



Major Work, mixed feelings  Winnipeg Free Press

Beginning in 1954, an experiment in social engineering was set up in several Winnipeg schools.... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Committee approves 18-storey Stradbrook Avenue apartment tower  Winnipeg Free Press

A set of dilapidated tennis courts will make way for a 146-unit apartment tower on Stradbrook Avenue following a decision by City Centre community committee.



Ranking the high schools  Winnipeg Free Press

It's not news that Manitoba does not compile and make public a school-by-school breakdown of G... - Telling Tales Out of School - Winnipeg Free Press.



Brodsky, for the defence  Winnipeg Free Press

When someone in Manitoba is accused of murder, more times than not it is Greg Brodsky's phone ... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



40 years of Manitoba Marathons  Winnipeg Free Press

The 40th Manitoba Marathon will take place on Father's Day, June 17.... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



Pirates' punter Yale now a Harvard man  Winnipeg Free Press

His name is Yale but he's going to Harvard and he's now a walk-on punter with the Harvard Crimson fo... - Football - Winnipeg Free Press.



Big wins in fight against big killer  Winnipeg Free Press

When a 23-year-old is changing the world, there must have been seminal moments.... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Local students pick up Community Citizenship Awards  Winnipeg Free Press

Each year I am honoured to present Community Citizenship Awards to graduating students who have take... - Neighbourhood Forum - Winnipeg Free Press.



Second hand rows  Winnipeg Free Press

It's a few minutes past 10 a.m. at the Mulvey Flea Market, a 12,400-square-foot facility that occupies the ground floor of the three-storey red-and-grey-brick ...



Wrestlers grapple with cuts  Winnipeg Free Press

They've been knocked to the mat, thanks to a series of political and financial decisions that ... - Amateur - Winnipeg Free Press.



WE could learn a few things  Winnipeg Free Press

That simple volleyball or soccer ball from gym class could help fight poverty for untold thousands o... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Not your typical science fair project  Winnipeg Free Press

Students at two Winnipeg high schools are seeking the answers to some tough medical queries on their... - The Sou'wester - Winnipeg Free Press.



Will this year's Can-Am Games be the last?  Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba men's slo-pitch softball teams are off to Fargo to play in the Can-Am Games tournamen... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



News in brief: Historian Margaret MacMillan to speak at Shaarey Zedek  Winnipeg Free Press

Hey there, time traveller! This article was published 9/4/2018 (282 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current. Historian Margaret MacMillan to ...



For Harvard-bound dynamo, motor never stops running  Winnipeg Free Press

Usually, success stories include dropping some activities in favour of others.... - Amateur - Winnipeg Free Press.



Charities feeling the pinch  Winnipeg Free Press

When it comes to charities, you can't get much different than the Lake Winnipeg Foundation and... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Folklorama: The world in your backyard  Winnipeg Free Press

1. Africa/Caribbean... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Lilac bakery keeps up with demand  Winnipeg Free Press

Ten years ago, the tiny staff of the newly opened Lilac Bakery at 920 Grosvenor Ave., were just beat by the end of their first Christmas season. They'd opened ...



Family matters  Winnipeg Free Press

Where do you establish your home when you have no property, little income, and are part of a margina... - Books - Winnipeg Free Press.



In Conversation with Alexa Yakubovich  Winnipeg Free Press

Alexa Yakubovich just became the 98th graduate of the University of Manitoba to be awarded the prest... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Hopelessly devoted to Grease  Winnipeg Free Press

We go together, like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong.... - Movies - Winnipeg Free Press.



Shed burns, high school football team's equipment gone  Winnipeg Free Press

Oak Park Raiders football coach Stu Nixon knows there's nothing in the playbook to defend losi... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Glenlawn Collegiate among schools dealing with 'sexting'  CBC.ca

Students at Glenlawn Collegiate in Winnipeg are worried that intimate pictures they shared with friends are circulating more widely on social media.



Folklorama's Africa/Caribbean Pavilion: Things Get Hot Under Curling Club Roof  ChrisD.ca

I chuckled when I discovered Folklorama's Africa/Caribbean pavilion that celebrates countries known for being hot was taking place at a curling club.



Go-kart exercise shows students risks of dangerous driving  CBC.ca

Some Winnipeg high school students got behind the wheel at a local go-kart track on Monday evening to learn what it's like to drive while distracted or impaired.



Duncan Wilson: GUITAR HERO  Winnipeg Free Press

Duncan Wilson was my first guitar hero. While George Harrison, Brian Jones, Jeff Beck and Zal Yanovs... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Manitoba Schools Science Symposium awards announced  Winnipeg Free Press

Himanshu Sharma reckoned that, yes, one time he did a science fair project that was on the curriculu... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Powerhouse Heald has big dreams  Winnipeg Free Press

Taylor HEALD seems to have a touch even King Midas would be jealous of.... - Amateur - Winnipeg Free Press.



Al's well that ends well  Winnipeg Free Press

In June 2016, I was researching children's entertainer Al Simmons for an article about Winnipe... - As seen on Instagram - Winnipeg Free Press.



Red light? Green light?  Winnipeg Free Press

Glenn Penner stands up in traffic court and makes his pitch as to why he shouldn't pay a $216 speedi... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



A chapter closes for Paul and Holly McNally, who created Canada's largest independent bookstore  Winnipeg Free Press

It was 1980, and Holly McNally wanted a career change.... - Books - Winnipeg Free Press.



Despite pornography charges, Mr. Jetz puts up recruitment posters near school  Winnipeg Free Press

A Winnipeg man facing child pornography charges has been spotted putting up recruiting posters outsi... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Fort Richmond students shine at science symposium  Winnipeg Free Press

The next scientific inquiry at Fort Richmond Collegiate may be to discover how so many award-winning... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



End bullying, reach out and talk  Winnipeg Free Press

About a month ago I was fortunate to have been given an assignment to head over to Grant Park High S... - The Hungry Eye - Winnipeg Free Press.



Sports in brief: Crusaders runner is MHSAA athlete of the week  Winnipeg Free Press

Hovi, Yussuf named Bison Sports athletes of the week ... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



Year in review: a look back at 2017  Winnipeg Free Press

With a new year upon us, it's time again to look back on the year that was.... - The Sou'wester - Winnipeg Free Press.



Full Manitoba Schools Science Symposium results  Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba Schools Science Symposium Medal Results... - Latest News - Winnipeg Free Press.



Science fair winners  Winnipeg Free Press

Canada-Wide Science Fair Winners... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



News in brief: Local teachers honoured by province for excellence  Winnipeg Free Press

Local teachers honoured by province for excellence. A handful of teachers working in local schools have been recognized by the province for “excellence in ...



Remembering Métis community Rooster Town  Winnipeg Free Press

Strange disappearances are stock plot twists for mystery authors such as Agatha Christie or P.D. Jam... - Community Correspondent - Winnipeg Free Press.



Hospital volunteers find joy in helping kids  Winnipeg Free Press

Anna Sikora's reason for volunteering is simple: “Because I can.”... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



MHSAA Milk provincial track and field championships results  Winnipeg Free Press

The Manitoba High Schools' Athletic Association's 2017 Milk provincial track and field championships... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



Poster child  Winnipeg Free Press

In December 2016, Stu Reid was killing time on social media, when he came across a rant that caught ... - Music - Winnipeg Free Press.



Dancers ready for intense summer  Winnipeg Free Press

Sophia and Madison Burnell are passing on flip flops this summer in favour of ballet slippers.... - The Sou'wester - Winnipeg Free Press.



Some winning radar battle  Winnipeg Free Press

The ultimate fate of the city's photo-enforcement program will be decided by politicians, but it's o... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Experiments are their passion  Winnipeg Free Press

Canada has a glorious future ahead in research and development -- even if understanding the top entr... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



From Scleraxis to sports drinks, 455 students turn fair into excellent  Winnipeg Free Press

Some of the projects sounded PhD-worthy, such as the one helpfully entitled Identification and Funct... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press.



Selkirk squad royal indeed  Winnipeg Free Press

It rained most of Saturday, but as the sun eventually peeked out from the clouds, there was Scott Gu... - High School - Winnipeg Free Press.



A look back: Sou'wester's 2016 in review  Winnipeg Free Press

Communities in southwest Winnipeg proved that despite the hardships, challenges, and upset that 2016... - The Sou'wester - Winnipeg Free Press.



Canada Summer Games a chance to grow  Winnipeg Free Press

Manitoba's young tennis team will enter the Canada Summer Games as underdogs with a fierce bit... - Sports - Winnipeg Free Press.



Insiders Edition: April 2017  Winnipeg Free Press

In news we trust... - Insider Edition - Winnipeg Free Press.



Let's bring home a Manitoba sporting treasure  Winnipeg Free Press

While attending Canada's largest sports collectibles show in Toronto, Nov. 6-8, Adam Mordarski spotted a unique piece of sports memorabilia that belongs here ...



Science nationals await  Winnipeg Free Press

For Grade 8 student Kiera Garagan, this year's provincial science fair project was personal.... - Life & Style - Winnipeg Free Press.



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