‘I knew she was going to kill me’: Woman accused of killing Wolseley neighbour testifies at murder trial

By | June 18, 2019

Brenda Schuff told a jury Tuesday her neighbour, Judy Kenny, attacked her the night Kenny was killed in her Wolseley home, while holding a knife. “I knew she was going to kill me. I just wanted to get out of there,” Schuff said. Schuff, 46, was charged with second-degree murder after Kenny was found dead in the early hours… Read More »

‘I knew she was going to kill me:’ Accused in Wolseley homicide claims victim looked ‘crazed’

By | June 18, 2019

Brenda Schuff told a jury her neighbour Judy Kenny looked “crazed” and was the aggressor the night Kenny was found dead in her Wolseley area home. Schuff has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder for the April 2017 death. Schuff took the stand in her own defense Tuesday morning. She testified the two had never met before that… Read More »

New 6-screen movie theatre coming to Kildonan Place in 2021

By | June 18, 2019

Cineplex announced Tuesday it plans to replace the nearly 30-year-old Famous Players Kildonan Place Cinemas. The 35,000 square foot space will include a new six-screen theatre with reclining seats in each auditorium, according to a Cineplex release. Kildonan Place told CTV in March it had submitted plans to the city to redevelop the old Sears space. READ MORE: … Read More »

Renowned designer recreates 1919 Winnipeg on Rainbow Stage

By | June 18, 2019

Manitoba·Video Strike the Musical will take Winnipeg audiences back 100 years to the Vulcan Iron Works. Workers at the dark, dim factory put in 10-hour days for 50 cents an hour in deplorable conditions. The factory and other scenes from 1919 Winnipeg were recreated for Rainbow Stage by Douglas Paraschuk, design co-ordinator for the Stratford Festival, whose credits… Read More »

Curling club worries bike path project could curb business

By | June 18, 2019

Members of Winnipeg’s Granite Curling Club are worried a bike path project could block business. The city is taking feedback on a proposal to connect Wolseley to downtown with protected bike lanes. As part of the larger project, the city is mulling options for a dedicated bike lane to run down Granite Way, in front of the curling… Read More »

‘This is our story:’ Winnipeg General Strike commemorated on screen, stage

By | June 18, 2019

Kelly Geraldine Malone, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, June 18, 2019 7:25AM CST WINNIPEG — A moment in history that changed Canada forever is headed to the screen and stage showing the lasting impact of the lessons learned during the Winnipeg General Strike. The movie musical “Stand” follows a young Ukrainian immigrant who falls in love with a… Read More »