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Assiniboine Zoo Lights Sparkle

Something to look forward to this winter at the Assiniboine Park Zoo—- stunning display of 1.5 million lights spread out over an eighty-acre area. There is also a video wall showcasing montages of Manitoba photography and images. The event that

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Kobe Bryant Crash A Year ago Today

On Jan. 26, 2020 the world lost an icon when Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna and seven others died in a tragic helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Until now, no results of investigation as to what really happened

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COVID-19 immunization super site opens in Winnipeg

A COVID-19 vaccination super site opens Monday morning at the ground floor of the north building of RBC Convention Centre in downtown Winnipeg. Health-care workers dealing directly with patients in critical care units and COVID-19 immunization clinics or testing sites

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“Maligayang Pasko” from your friends at CKJS 810AM

The Philippines is known for having the world’s longest Christmas season. The four months of the year that end with the syllable “ber” are considered Christmas months. This is is why stores and household or radio– including our very own

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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrate 73rd Anniversary

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip celebrate their 73rd wedding anniversary today releasing a photograph of themselves opening a card from three of their great-grandchildren. The photo made public late Thursday shows Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and her husband seated

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Flu cases in Canada ‘exceptionally low’ so far, public health says

Flu season hasn’t hit as hard as it has in the past, thanks in large part to all the precautions Canadians are taking due to COVID-19. The Public Health Canada’s weekly flu watch is reporting the percentage of laboratory tests

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Winnipeg Santa Claus parade going virtual in light of pandemic

Families eager to see Santa parade down in Winnipeg will still have the chance to do from the comfort of their homes via online feeds. It is also the first time the 111 years old Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade  be moved

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CKJS 810AM MOURNS THE LOSS OF NESTOR “Ness” SHYDLOWSKY

CKJS 810 AM mourns the loss of Nestor “Ness” Shydlowsky, producer and host of our weekly Ukrainian “Zabava” Program. The Management & staff of CKJS and the Evanov Radio Group send our sincerest condolences to his wife Linda, family and

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Lakers Win NBA Title

Defeating Miami Heat 106-93, the Los Angeles Lakers win their 17th N-B-A championship all-time in six games of the N-B-A Finals last night. LeBron James was named Finals M-V-P for the fourth time in his career. The Lakers superstar averaged nearly

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City launches food waste pilot project

About 4,000 residents in the neighbourhoods of Daniel McIntyre, Inkster Gardens, Linden Woods, Linden Ridge, Mission Gardens and St. George will take part in a residential food waste collection pilot program of the city of Winnipeg that was launched this

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Public health officials announce new restrictions on Winnipeg bars and restaurants

Starting Wednesday, Oct 7, 2020, restaurants and bars in the Winnipeg area will be under the orange pandemic response level according to Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin. -No sale or service of liquor in licensed premises between

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COMMUNITY: 33rd Teddy Bear Picnic draws thousands

Rain or Shine, teddy bears and other stuffed toys had a great time  outdoors at the  33rd annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic held Sunday at Assiniboine Park. Over 50 tents provided  a fun, entertaining and educational experience for the whole family. Volunteer  health

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ENTERTAINMENT: Sharon Cuneta gets standing ovation in Winnipeg Concert

  Hailed as an institution in the entertainment industry,   Philippine  Megastar Sharon Cuneta warmed  hearts  of  hundreds at the Centennial Concert Hall  Sunday evening. Sharon’s 40th anniversary show  brought the house down to a  journey to memory lane  with hit

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BLOG: Meet Bernard and his Inspiring Story of Courage and Ability

The late physicist  Stephen Hawking was one of the most influential  people with disabilities  that we know. He once said “Disability need not be an obstacle to success.” Just today, I am  honored  to meet 12-year old boy Bernard Rosello

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BLOG: Cavalia Odysseo: Cool show that will keep the kids watching from start to end

  Last night, our nine and seven year old kids were treated to a surprise. They only realized what we’re up to when our car entered the  parking area of  the White Big Top @ Sterling Lyon & Kenaston. “Yay!

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