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What’s the deal with Winnipeg? Seinfeld to stop at Canada Life Centre this fall – Winnipeg

One of the comedy world’s most iconic performers has added the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg to his standup tour. Jerry Seinfeld, creator and star of the eponymous sitcom that can often be found near the top of rankings of television’s all-time greatest shows, will perform in Winnipeg Sept. 22. …

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Burt Block Party goes country with Brett Kissel announcement – Winnipeg

Descrease article font size Increase article font size The Burton Cummings Theatre in downtown Winnipeg will be going country with its latest block party announcement. The historic theatre is bringing award-winning country star Brett Kissel to its fifth Burt Block Party night of the summer on Friday, Aug. 18. Kissel, …

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Snoop Dogg says Ottawa Senators bid will include equity for First Nations

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 16, 2023 10:30 am Updated May 16, 2023 10:31 am Descrease article font size Increase article font size OTTAWA — Snoop Dogg shouted out Canada’s First Nations in his ongoing social media campaign to promote his bid to buy the NHL’s Ottawa Senators. …

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Celebrity bidding war for Ottawa Senators could be a boon for the franchise: experts – Ottawa

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 10, 2023 11:49 am Descrease article font size Increase article font size A celebrity bidding war for a minority ownership stake in the NHL’s Ottawa Senators stands to lift the team’s profile to new heights, while serving as a safe way for stars …

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Head of anti-monarchy group arrested during King Charles’ coronation – National

British police arrested multiple people amid the coronation of King Charles III on Saturday, with anti-monarchy group Republic saying their head Graham Smith was among those detained. Republic tweeted that Graham Smith was arrested along with five other members of their team and hundreds of placards were seized. It comes as …

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IN PHOTOS: The scene-stealing jewels, yawns and opulence of the coronation – National

King Charles is now officially crowned. London’s coronation, the first in 70 years, saw Charles and his wife, Camilla, take hold of the royal sceptres and crown. The Royal Family was out in spades, excluding Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, who did not take part. King Charles and Camilla both …

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Gateway Casinos begins phased reopening of Ontario locations after cyberattack

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Gateway Casinos and Entertainment is slowly reopening its Ontario locations after a cyberattack resulted in a two-week shutdown of its IT systems. Its physical and virtual locations had been closed since Sunday, April 16. However, Casino Rama Resort’s Hotel, Spa, Weirs restaurant …

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Days numbered for REVS, Burnaby’s last remaining bowling alley – BC

For 61 years people young and old have been trying to hit strikes at REVS Burnaby Bowling Centre, but now the end is in sight. “Being here since day one, it’s really sad,” Margaret Lee said. Lee started playing here in 1963 as a teenager in the Chinese Bowling League. …

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Sponsorship pays off: Winnipeg company comes off big after Talladega leg of the NASCAR Cup Series – Winnipeg

It was a debut to remember for the team behind Winnipeg’s very own Mclaren Custom Grills, who in the span of a few minutes became a household name for millions. As the associate sponsor for professional racer Kyle Busch, heading into the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series, the company didn’t realize …

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Céline Dion announces new music to come this week

Canadian pop singer Céline Dion is promising her fans new music this week, after a rare neurological disorder forced her to cancel or postpone concerts to concentrate on her health. The Quebec-born singer announced on social media that the new music would drop Thursday morning. Story continues below advertisement Dion …

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