Category Archives: Local

BreakOut West 2016


Manitoba artists are getting ready for the annual BreakOut West Festival in Regina! The weekend music festival celebrates western musicians and the WCMAS. The three day event kicks off this Thursday on October 13th with the Western Canadian music Awards and runs until the 16th. You can see more event details and the full list […]

Ray St. Germain On Now Mornings


Local country artist Ray St. Germain joined Kimberley Dawn on Now Country Mornings today (27/09/16) to talk about his upcoming event! Ray St. Germain will be hosting ROADSHOW 204 at Club Regent Event Centre on October 4th. The concert, free to Club Card Members, features 2015 Manitoba Country Music Association Award Winners Kendra Ray, Quinton Blair, […]

Sierra Noble “City Of Ghosts” Album Release


Winnipeg’s Sierra Noble celebrated the release of her full length album, “City of Ghosts” on Sunday at The West End Cultural Centre. After 2 years in New York City and 2 years in Nashville, “Home is Where the Heart is” has never meant more to the local singer-songwriter who has moved back to Winnipeg to […]

Shamattawa Declares State Of Emergency


Manitoban First Nation Shamattawa declares state of emergency yesterday evening (22/09/16) after a fire destroys the communities only grocery store and band office. The fire started around 2:30 pm, when nearly the entire community was attending a funeral, and by the time the Shamattawa fire fighters arrived, it was impossible to save. The community emergency […]

NECRC Selkirk Ave Street Festival


The North End Community Renewal Corp presents the 1ST annual Selkirk Ave Street Festival on September 24th 2016 from 11am – 7pm, on Selkirk Avenue between Salter and McGregor Streets. Bouncy castles, music, craft vendors and many more activities for the whole family! The festival is commemorating the ongoing infrastructure renewal occurring on one of the most […]

Winnipeg March For Standing Rock


On Sunday evening a group of Winnipeggers marched down Portage Ave. to support the U.S reservation in their fight against Energy East. For the past month there has been sit ins, marches, and peaceful protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline that will carry crude oil from North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline has been said […]

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes


Thompson held its seventh annual “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” walk on Saturday and the event was a huge success! YWCA Thompson held their annual mile walk down Thompson Drive and is amazed with the amount of participation and donation. Hundreds of men saddled up in a pair of high heels for the charitable […]

RIP Kroppy


Len Kropioski (Kroppy) was a staple at Winnipeg Jets home games. Born in Winnipeg, the super fan who later moved to Kenora, drove two and a half hours to Winnipeg for every home game, as long as his health allowed. Last year he stopped coming to games, due to health reasons, but when he showed up […]

Hy Wire Zipline Adventures


Choose between three different types of tours and soar up to 200 feet above the scenic Pembina Valley with Manitoba’s highest and longest zip lines! Just an hour and a half away from the south perimeter you can call 204-242-3396 to book a reservation or listen to Now Country Mornings with Kimberley Dawn to qualify!!

Manyfest 2016


Its almost time again for the annual ManyFest! The three day street festival kicks off on Friday Sept 9th and runs to the 11th. Manyfest 2016 will be hosted on Sept 9th 11am-11pm, Sept 10th 11am-11pm, and Sept 11th 11am-6pm on Broadway in between Osbourne St. and Edmonton St. Winnipeg’s largest street festival includes Food Truck […]