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Former Jets anthem singer flying back to familiar territory

Former Jets anthem singer flying back to familiar territory

It’s been more than 20 years since Jennifer Hanson sang the national anthem at a Winnipeg Jets game. That will soon change.
Magazine paints rosy portrait of Flin Flon

Magazine paints rosy portrait of Flin Flon

Flin Flon may be “Canada’s capital of quick,” but it’s also “the coolest small town in Canada.” That’s according to an article in the fall issue of CAA (Canadian Automobile Association) Manitoba Magazine.

Niki Ashton MP Report: Holding the government to account

After a summer spent listening to Canadians our NDP team is back in Ottawa this week. We’re ready to ensure the priorities of working families are heard – loud and clear in Parliament and across the country.

Faith: Why are we here?

CS Lewis once said that when a ship is caught in a storm at sea, there are three main questions to ask.
Mountie loved Flin Flon, but welcomes opportunity at busier detachment

Mountie loved Flin Flon, but welcomes opportunity at busier detachment

A familiar face in local law enforcement is bidding farewell. After nearly eight years with the Flin Flon RCMP, Cst. Jordan Tost is transferring to The Pas. “I’ve loved it up here.
Busy schedule ahead for Flin Flon’s army cadets

Busy schedule ahead for Flin Flon’s army cadets

Twenty-three cadets are lined up and ready for inspection from Capt. Bill McLean. One cadet’s belt is askew and another one has outgrown his uniform, but mostly the new group looks good for its first time out.
Things have taken off for Creighton Work Prep Centre

Things have taken off for Creighton Work Prep Centre

It’s been just over two years since the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies Creighton Work Prep Centre (CWPC) set up shop. Since then, things have really taken off.
Hapnot Collegiate students welcome incoming students

Hapnot Collegiate students welcome incoming students

For young students, making the jump from junior high to high school can be intimidating. Scary, even. Each fall, older students at Hapnot Collegiate volunteer to help make that leap less difficult.

Brainstorming time: Camp Whitney hosts northern tourism summit

Developing and promoting northern Manitoba’s tourism industry was the focus of a summit near Flin Flon this week. Camp Whitney played host to more than 30 delegates Tuesday in a brainstorming session designed bolster tourism across the region. Coun.

Few Flin Flon parents are homeschooling, analysis shows

Flin Flon had the lowest proportion of homeschooled children of any school division in Manitoba last year, according to a CBC analysis. In an article published Thursday, CBC.ca explored the growing trend of homeschooling across the province.