A new way of doing things?

January 31, 2023 Dauphin Herald News Shawn Bailey
The world of community service has evolved and Dauphin’s new mayor is hopeful that not only will his council be open to new possibilities, but that other community organizations will take a critical look at their operations. From a City perspective, David…

Church goes the distance with his sled dog team

January 31, 2023 Swan Valley Star and Times Community Jeremy Bergen
Leon Church of Bowsman is a trainer who has spent the last few years conditioning his athletes and perfecting his lines so he could take them across Canada to participate in a considerable challenge. That challenge would be a 100-mile and 200-mile race in the…

Great grey owls pack a punch

January 30, 2023 Roblin Review Community Roblin Review
A new study in Manitoba shows how the great grey owl,” a common sight, either soaring over the plains or perching and nesting in the Boreal forests of the eastern Canadian prairies, overcomes many obstacles to find its prey. The bird is able to “punch”…

Trappers’ first official event highlights the Fur Queens

January 25, 2023 Opasquia Times Community Jenn Cook
The Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival has, for the past two years, dealt with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, like many organizations in the community, Trappers’ Festival was held in a modified, and in many cases, virtual manner. For the…