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The city is urging homeowners to help out in the battle against one of the dreaded tormenters of Winnipeg summer evenings, from dusk to dawn, which, of course, is the buzzing nuisance called a mosquito.
During what some may say was the most successful Winnipeg Real Estate Forum ever held — a record 650 people were in attendance, many of whom were from out-of-town — Winnipeg received plenty of notice for good reason.
Until recently, I’d never heard of “tall poppy syndrome.” Nor had I ever heard anyone called a “top poppy.” But, suddenly, both these flowery phrases have sprung up in Canadian English in regard to Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.
The alleged friend of William Farr, the prisoner facing charges in the Manitoba Court of Assizes in November 1895, including arson and the attempted murder of his wife and four children, who signed his name in a letter received by the Manitoba Free Press, as “J.A.C,” wrote that the police were bearing false witness against Farr.
Research by Canadian scientists recently published in Nature Climate Change reveals a world climate in the future that rivals the climate of 56 to 52 million years ago during the Eocene Era.