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Winnipeg’s Bonivital pool to close its doors Monday for renovations – Winnipeg

Descrease article font size Increase article font size A popular city pool in Winnipeg’s St. Boniface area will be closing its doors this week for major renovations. The Bonivital pool, located on 1215 Archibald St., is set to close on Monday, with renovations expected to last until 2025. The city …

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Doors Open Guelph returns with new places and old favourites

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Doors Open Guelph is returning for their 22nd year. The event runs Sat. Apr. 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 11 different sites across the city. Doors Open is a free annual event that gives the public an opportunity to …

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‘It’s bittersweet’: Video rental store to shut its doors after 40 years in business – Winnipeg

Glen Fuhl is quick to say he’s not passionate about movies. But, when an acquaintance approached him with an opportunity to become the owner of Video King, a flourishing independent rental store in a then-rising industry, Fuhl took a chance. His father had owned his own business and Fuhl knew …

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A shelter, warming centre opens its doors for the winter season in Winnipeg – Winnipeg

As the winter season swings to lower temperatures, a shelter in Winnipeg is opening its doors to the city’s most vulnerable population. A pop-up shelter on 604 St. Mary’s Road is offering beds to sleep in and a warm place to stay for those struggling with homelessness, addictions, and mental …

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Manitoba rinks alarmed certified arena operator shortages may cut ice hours, shutter doors – Winnipeg

Community and recreation centres across the province fear they may soon be forced to cut back rink hours or shutter their doors because of a certified staff shortage. It’s a job that requires more than taking the wheel on a Zamboni. From flooding the ice to ice-making, arena operators make …

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Gloucester High School students say they lack privacy with missing bathroom stall doors

A student at an east Ottawa high school says officials have been too slow to respond to concerns about doors missing from some boys’ bathroom stalls, raising privacy concerns among the student body. “I want the school to be held accountable for it,” said the Grade 12 Gloucester High school …

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An east-end Toronto YMCA is finally opening its doors after years of construction

After years of construction and delays, an east-end Toronto community is looking forward to the opening of a new YMCA. The Steve and Sally Stavro Family YMCA is located on Kingston Road at Balsam Avenue — the former location of East City YMCA, which served the community for decades. “I would like to appreciate …

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