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River Walks

The River off Kildonan Park and The River off WolseleyRose Ice Sculpture by Jennifer Pilgrim

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Smokey Sunset: Victoria Beach, MB

Fires blow across the country, dissolving the horizon, dulling the sun to a warm orange. The ocean is on fire. It hasn’t rained in weeks. It feels like the beginning…

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A Polar Vortex: Winnipeg, MB

Here we go again! Coral condensation, sun dogs, sun halos, and parking lot tundras. This will be the last deep freeze of the year, and things are beginning to reopen…

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The Old, The New

A Big Thing is happening. Or at this point, has happened. This summer our cases dropped to zero, and we coasted until they pushed back up to critical levels. We…

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Prairie Grass: Rivers, MB

Normally we go camping quite a bit during the summer. I drafted a series of checklists and bags so we can get out there pretty quickly and easily. This summer…

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An Autumn: Quebec City, QC

Manitoba doesn’t get autumn. We go straight to winter, frozen and withering green leaves. I miss the golden sun, wet streets and crimson leaves cascading in the wind. I went…

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Climate Strike: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Marching while the world burns. Our children take to the streets in a stark reminder that those who can effect change the most, won’t be alive to experience the impacts…

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Home, Rainbow Trout Music Festival

I missed Rainbow Trout Music Festival last year. I was in Nova Scotia at White Rabbit Residency during the festival last year. My partner and I went to Rainbow Trout…

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Polar Vortex: Winnipeg, MB

A polar vortex travelled through the Prairies, Western Ontario and parts of Alberta and through the United states. This is my first experience with sub -50c temperatures. It looks quite…

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The Bay of Fundy: Economy, Nova Scotia

Nature reminds you of the tension between your tiny insignificance and our humongous impact in large numbers. Cities exist to serve the people living inside of them. Nature is network.…

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Harmony, Prince Edward Island

A beach that you just “know” about on the warm side of the island. Careful for nails in the sand. Was there a bonfire here? I’m there with one of…

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Thomas Cove: Economy, Nova Scotia

The ocean is powerful. It transforms anything that touches it. To allow our experiences to change us requires tremendous vulnerability Change is something that you must look for and change…

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Remembering a Free Spring Day

My mom was in town this May. My sister had a baby miss Lily Jane, who is beautiful and perfect in every way. My mom lives really far away. 3000km…

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Jazz Fest: Winnipeg, Manitoba

One of Winnipeg’s best free summer festivals is Jazz Fest at the Cube. A wide variety of music of all genres, some great tunes to dance to. 3peat music played this…

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Pride: Winnipeg, Manitoba

I took my Mom to her very first Pride event ever. We are from PEI and Pride isn’t a huge thing there. She loved it- she talked about how happy…

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Ice Castle: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg is a freaking cold city. It regularly reaches -30c to -40c (-22 to -40f) with the windchill in January and February, and the occasional cold snap in December or…

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Winnipeg Zoo: Winnipeg, Manitoba

I feel bad about visiting zoos. The animals are so beautiful, I can’t help but to feel awestruck by them. I wish the animals were living in the wild, but…

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