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Canoeist make the long trip across the waters on Lake Opeongo, the largest lake inside the park boundaries in Algonquin.

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Canoeist make the long trip across the waters on Lake Opeongo, the largest lake inside the park boundaries in Algonquin.

Boom boom babies

Well, it certainly looks like we know what the “Royal Newlyweds” are up to when they’re not touring around the world shaking hands and kissing babies. It appears they’re making them. And fast.

Truly adhering to the British saying “hop to it,” Kate and William are wasting no time taking out ...

Top Sun Weekend News

  • Born and raised in Brandon, Vincent Massey High School graduate Keegan Treloar has just begun his fourth season at Concordia University in Montreal. While he played premiere league soccer for much of his earlier life, he discovered football when he got to high school, and has never looked back. The 21-year-old is a kicker and, having just finished a stellar season and camp, is hopeful his abilities will be noticed by the Canadian Football League, and that he'll have a job playing — as a professional — the sport he's grown to love.

    Weekend Sun shines on Keegan Treloar

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  • Rylee Wruth, Erik Araugo and Ben Arsenault.

    Let's rock the block, baby

    Downtown Brandon converted to rock concert extravaganza on Sept. 5. A sea of music lovers gathered on Rosser Avenue to enjoy music from Left of Centre, These Kids Wear Crowns, Trooper and Alyssa Reid.

  • Going from good to great

    So often when decorating spaces in our homes, we fall a bit flat. After going through the steps of creating a flawless plan, picking out numerous items — and likely changing or altering a few things along the way — it is very common to be left standing in the room and think, “It just needs something.”

  • Corinne Mason, Peter Morin and Natalia Lebedinskaia.

    Take some pieces of dreams and make art

    On Sept 4, art enthusiasts gathered to enjoy yet another wonderfully put together opening reception at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba. Those who attended were able to enjoy a wide variety of deliciously prepared finger foods and a glass of fine wine.

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