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Film shot entirely on iPhone is 'unsanely' thrilling

Film shot entirely on iPhone is 'unsanely' thrilling

Unsane. Directed by Steven Soderbergh . Starring Claire Foy and Joshua Leonard. Rating: 7 (out of 10).
Spring breakup spreads across Western Canada's drilling fleet

Spring breakup spreads across Western Canada's drilling fleet

Just over a quarter of Western Canada’s drilling fleet was active Thursday afternoon, as spring breakup conditions spread across the basin.
Start Planning for Summer Camping

Start Planning for Summer Camping

It seems early with snow still around but some reservations can be made this month
Know a Rising Star in Canadian oil and gas? Nominate today!

Know a Rising Star in Canadian oil and gas? Nominate today!

JWN and Fluor Canada are searching for the best and brightest in the Canadian oil and gas industry to be our Rising Stars of 2017.
Province Announces New Appointments to Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Province Announces New Appointments to Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Five new members have been appointed to the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board, ensuring the work of the corporation can continue and provide stability for Manitoba ratepayers, Crown Services Minister Cliff Cullen announced today.
Phoenix Players Upcoming Stage Play

Phoenix Players Upcoming Stage Play

Arlene's Beauty World
Change in the Wind for Conservation District

Change in the Wind for Conservation District

Shift from broad conservation to a focus on surface water
The face behind CFPS’s classic trucks

The face behind CFPS’s classic trucks

Long-time show participant has a passion for heavy trucks
Community pasture benefits worth over $13 million a year, study says

Community pasture benefits worth over $13 million a year, study says

From forages worth $5.67 million annually to $4.7 million in carbon sequestration services, the benefits from the province’s 350,000 acres of community pastures add up fast
New Manitoba Spring Flood Report Released

New Manitoba Spring Flood Report Released

Continuing Low Risk of Major Spring Flooding