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Sept 21, 2018 – Red River Report

Nuit Blanche, Wall-to-Wall, cannabis on campus and more; news reporter Hannah Owczar and editor-at-large Graeme Houssin host the first episode of the Red River Report, a podcast by The Projector and Red River College, about the...

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As the crow flies

Confronting his past through music, Shea Malcolmson (Abstract Artform) opens up about growing up not knowing about his adoption. Being truthful has taught this local rapper how to deepen his craft and his relationship with his...

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In memory of Guy

On Friday Jan. 24 the flags at Red River College were at half-mast in remembrance of Guy Lussier. Guy was The Projector advertising director. I heard he had been in the hospital, but assumed it was nothing serious. One morning...

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Fresh to the festival

Setting the stage for newcomers   You could be missing out on your new favourite band if you don’t go to local summer music festivals, ac-cording to Paul Nolin, the executive producer for Jazz Winnipeg. “I like to think...

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First comes Junos…

RRC grads feel the love after award Every couple has special memories they look back on and smile. They might start with, “remember that camping trip?” or “that’s the booth you had the weird salad in.” For Roberta Hansen and...

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