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Glorious glass

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Dia Watts, an employee of First Presbyterian Church, looks over the main stained glass window of the downtown church on Wednesday. The window was installed on Oct. 1, 1967, as part of Canada’s Centennial celebrations and was designed to pay homage to the region’s pioneers, including settlers, aboriginal peoples and early mounted police.

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Dia Watts, an employee of First Presbyterian Church, looks over the main stained glass window of the downtown church on Wednesday. The window was installed on Oct. 1, 1967, as part of Canada’s Centennial celebrations and was designed to pay homage to the region’s pioneers, including settlers, aboriginal peoples and early mounted police.

Wild Meat Night at MMF

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Adrianna Charlton wears a traditional sash during the 11th annual Wild Meat Night at the local Manitoba Métis Federation community centre on Sixth Street on Wednesday evening. The event was a chance for the local Métis community to meet with dinner consisting of food they hunted and prepared.

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Adrianna Charlton wears a traditional sash during the 11th annual Wild Meat Night at the local Manitoba Métis Federation community centre on Sixth Street on Wednesday evening. The event was a chance for the local Métis community to meet with dinner consisting of food they hunted and prepared.

Sundogs shining bright

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Sundogs flank the sun and frame the former Fire Hall No. 1 on Princess Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.

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Sundogs flank the sun and frame the former Fire Hall No. 1 on Princess Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.

One giant leap

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Mikhail Oleson leaps off a snowbank while playing with his father Elliot and brother Kier (not seen) near Princess Avenue on Monday.

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Mikhail Oleson leaps off a snowbank while playing with his father Elliot and brother Kier (not seen) near Princess Avenue on Monday.

Test driving a career

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McCreary School Grade 12 student Tyson Mallett tries his hand behind the wheel of a semi-truck at the driving simulator used by First Class Training Centre at the 30th annual Brandon Career Symposium on Tuesday morning.

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McCreary School Grade 12 student Tyson Mallett tries his hand behind the wheel of a semi-truck at the driving simulator used by First Class Training Centre at the 30th annual Brandon Career Symposium on Tuesday morning.

Pet pals

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A puppy walks past a cat as the pair while away an afternoon at a Pet Valu store on Monday afternoon. The stores usually keep a pet looking for a home through the Funds for Furry Friends organization.

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A puppy walks past a cat as the pair while away an afternoon at a Pet Valu store on Monday afternoon. The stores usually keep a pet looking for a home through the Funds for Furry Friends organization.

Getting rid of the dead wood

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Sean Fleming with the City of Brandon cuts tree trunks into smaller pieces while large slash piles of dead trees from the Assiniboine River bank west of 18th Street are burned on Monday after being cleared. The trees were killed during the flooding in 2014 and previous years.

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Sean Fleming with the City of Brandon cuts tree trunks into smaller pieces while large slash piles of dead trees from the Assiniboine River bank west of 18th Street are burned on Monday after being cleared. The trees were killed during the flooding in 2014 and previous years.

Grooving with Gord

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Canadian country artist Gord Bamford performs for a large crowd at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium on Sunday evening.

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Canadian country artist Gord Bamford performs for a large crowd at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium on Sunday evening.

Pink the Rink

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Adam Morrison shows off his support for the Brandon Wheat Kings Pink the Rink night in support of the Canadian Cancer Society at Westman Place on Saturday evening. The Wheaties wore pink jerseys during their 6-4 victory over the Kootenay Ice. (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

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Adam Morrison shows off his support for the Brandon Wheat Kings Pink the Rink night in support of the Canadian Cancer Society at Westman Place on Saturday evening. The Wheaties wore pink jerseys during their 6-4 victory over the Kootenay Ice. (Tim Smith/Brandon Sun)

Wheaties clinch East Division pennant

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Rihards Bukarts #13 (C) of the Brandon Wheat Kings celebrates a goal with teammates in the third period of WHL action against the Kootenay Ice at Westman Place on Friday evening. Despite losing 3-2 to the Ice in a shoot-out the Wheaties still clinched the East Division pennant.

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Rihards Bukarts #13 (C) of the Brandon Wheat Kings celebrates a goal with teammates in the third period of WHL action against the Kootenay Ice at Westman Place on Friday evening. Despite losing 3-2 to the Ice in a shoot-out the Wheaties still clinched the East Division pennant.

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