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Holiday Eats Manitoba Style: Ukrainian, Jewish, Filipino Fare+

“What would a Canadian Christmas be without custom and tradition?” So starts one of my favourite cookbooks—one that’s over 30...

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Trappers’ Festival: Top Five Tips+

Every year in February, the people of The Pas throw a big party in honour of the trappers of a...

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How to Dress for Winter: Feet+

There’s no such thing as bad weather; just bad clothing. That’s a motto I live by in all four seasons...

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Eat Your Way Through a Cold Day+

When it gets cold—really cold—in this neck of the woods, my survival instinct kicks in and all I want to...

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How to Dress for Winter: Base Layer+

Layers, layers, layers. I’m sure you’ve heard it before, but it’s really the cornerstone of staying comfortable outside. In the...

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A Restaurant on the River+

Today, Winnipeggers head down to the river to have a bite to eat. For anyone not from these parts, let...

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A Hunter’s Gratitude+

Packing away the camo and blaze orange is always a bittersweet endeavour. There’s the almost overwhelmingly sad thought that it’s...

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Drink More Cuffs and Buttons+

In New Orleans, you dance on the thin edge of doing something immoral, illicit or illegal. There’s something about the...

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Goodbye Kelekis+

I walk to C. Kelekis Restaurant once a week: down Main Street, through the heart of Winnipeg’s North End. I...

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