On March 6, I'll be in Winnipeg to speak at the University of Winnipeg speakers series.
I'm flying this AM out of Winnipeg after a speech at the university there.
Only once did he stray far enough to buy his mother a pillowcase with “Winnipeg” on it.
Isabel Hosti remembers when her mother would leave the house for days at a time to work on the streets of Winnipeg.
Last May, at a high school in a small town just north of Winnipeg, Canada, a teenage girl came out.
He had practically admitted his authorship of the notice in the Winnipeg paper.
He was not capable of carrying it out to Winnipeg by himself.
The journey home was given to the careful recital of news of Winnipeg, of the 'Varsity, and of mutual friends.
Winnipeg (35,000) is destined to be the centre of the great inland trade of Canada.
Still, you see, the big mills in Winnipeg and Minneapolis depend upon the prairie.
Canadian province, named for the lake, which was named for an island in the lake; from Algonquian manitou "great spirit."
Note: The largest city of Canada's “prairie provinces” (Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan), Winnipeg is the center of their agricultural industry.
Note: It is known for its severe winters.