Happy 52nd Birthday to Winnipeg Jets Head Coach Paul Maurice. Maurice’s Jets return to action Thursday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets at BELL MTS Place to kick off a three game home stand. GO JETS GO!

Brian johnson joins AC/DC for new Album

In 2016, the lead singer of AC/DC was forced to quit the band due to hearing loss issues and was replaced by vocalist Axl Rose, the lead singer of Guns N Roses.
So far everything has been pure speculation and rumors, and whenever Brian was asked about it, he denied all rumors. That all changed Monday when a touring band by the name of Terrorizer ran into Johnson at a airport and confronted him about it.
Brian than confirmed that he was tired of denying it and says “yes its all true, I’m joining AC/DC for the new album.”
The new 18th studio album is said to include rhythm guitar tracks from the late guitarist Malcolm Young.

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Magen Spence Update – FOUND

Since early this morning, a search has been underway in Nelson House for Magen Spence.

Police were called at 1:20 A.M. after Spence left a residence without proper winter attire.

A large-scale search has been ongoing since her disappearance.  So far, the combined foot, vehicle and snowmobile patrols haven’t turned up any information.

Spence, who is 26, is Indigenous, about 5’4″ and weights a little over 200 pounds.  She was last seen wearing a red, black and white sweater.  When she left the home where she was last seen, she was not wearing boots or a jacket.

Like all other parts of the province, Nelson House is experiencing very cold temperatures.  At 1 A.M. when she disappeared, the temperature in the area was -40 C with wind chills around -45 C.  Since then, it has only got colder.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Magen Spence should call Nelson House RCMP (204-484-2837) or Crime Stoppers (800-222-8477), or submit a secure tip online.


UPDATE: Early in the afternoon of the day she went missing, RCMP say that Magen Spence was safely located within the community.

School, Bus and Other Cancellations Around Manitoba for Wednesday, January 30th


The six school divisions in Winnipeg use Environment Canada as their benchmark.
There needs to be a -45 windchill at The Forks 6 o’clock before anything gets cancelled.
Today the windchill was -39 so all school buses are running and schools are open.


No buses in the Portage la Prairie School Division; Oakville and Hutterian

schools closed, other PlaP SD schools open.
All schools in the Pine Creek School Division are closed.

All schools in the Rolling River School Division are closed.

All schools in the Seine River School Division are closed.

No buses for Black River school in the Frontier School Division.

All schools in the Lakeshore School Division are closed.

All schools in the Lord Selkirk School Division are closed; staff still expected to report to work.

All schools in the Garden Valley School Division are closed.

All schools in the Prairie Spirit School Division are closed.

All schools in the Red River Valley School Division are closed; staff still expected to report to work.

All schools in the Evergreen School Division are closed.

All schools in the Sunrise School Division are closed; staff still expected to report to work.

All schools in the Border Land School Division are closed; staff still expected to report to work.

All schools in the Prairie Rose School Division are closed.

Indian Springs School Swan Lake First Nation – closed

Buses for all Area 2 schools in Frontier School Division are cancelled due to extreme weather conditions. Schools are open.

Calvin Christian School – country bus not running, shuttle bus is running.

All schools in Hanover School Division are closed.

The following DSFM schools will be closed for today: Jours de Plaines, Saint-Lazare, La Voie du Nord, Aurèle Lemoine, Saint-Georges, Réal-Bérard, Pointe des chênes, Saint-Joachim, Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Sainte Agathe, Gabrielle-Roy, Noel-Ritchot, Lagimodière, ERND, Gilbert-Rosset, La Source.

The following DSFM schools will be open but buses are cancelled: Lacerte, Taché, Précieux-Sang, CSLR, CLR, Christine-lespérance, Roméo-Dallaire.

All schools in the Interlake School Division are closed.

Transportation routes inside the city for the Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute are all running but the Beausejour route is cancelled this morning.

Sergeant Tommy Prince school is closed.

Tache community daycare preschool and school age center is closed.

Beausejour Kids Centre is closed.

WASO Transportation and Day Programs are closed.

Springfield Tiny Tots is closed.

Happy Time Nursery School in Beausejour is closed.

French daycare in Ste. Anne is closed.

Children of the Universe Learning Centre in Ste. Anne is closed.

Options, Pathways & Transitions transportation is cancelled but programs are open.

Four Feathers head start program is closed.


We’ll keep updating as we get them, and if you know of a closure, please post it on our FB page.
Thanks!  ***Jordan&Garth


The nominees for the 2019 Juno Awards were announced Tuesday in Toronto. Among the Manitobans nominated are Leonard Sumner of Lake Manitoba First Nation for Indigenous Music Album Of The Year and Winnipeg’s Wailin Jennys for Traditional Roots Album Of The Year. This year’s Juno Awards hosted by singer Sarah Mclachlan will be held March 17th in London, Ontario and will air live on CBC-TV

The WHL’s Kootenay Ice are moving to Winnipeg!

The Kootenay Ice WHL franchise that plays its’ home games in Cranbrook, BC is on it’s way to Manitoba! I don’t know what to say about ANOTHER hockey team moving to Winnipeg other than the fact that it’s exciting for now. We have the Jets, an NHL franchise that needs 100% support every night of the week or that Bettman guy is gonna yank it and put it in Huntsville, Alabama or some Southern US market. The AHL affiliate of our beloved Jets, the Manitoba Moose seems to have a hard time keeping the seats filled on a nightly basis and one that is having a new arena built for them. The market is oversaturated. I don’t know what else to say other than… GO ICE!

The Worlds Smelliest Fruit

The world’s smelliest fruit other wise known as the king of fruit (A.K.A The Durian) just went up for sale!
For one months salary the coconut sized spiky shelled fruit can  be yours.
Available only in Indonesia right now, the locals there are paying the equivalent of $1100 dollars.
Currency over there runs in Rupiah to which the locals make an estimate of 3.94 a month which is more than three times less than the 14 Rupiah price tag of the Durian.

One of the reasons why it’s so expensive is because of its rarity as one Durian tree only produces around 20 of the Spiky Fruit, every 3 years.

Described as a buttery peanut taste, the smell can be compared to rotting flesh, and raw sewage.
The smell is so bad in fact it has prompted areas all over the country to put up signage such as the one below.

yes, it is that smelly that they had to make signs for it.

This whole expensive fruit thing makes me curious of what else kind of fruit could be so expensive…
I’m just straight up baffled at what I found.
One single Pineapple produced at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, can fetch a price tag of $15,000 dollars!

This is that garden.



Legendary Ladies of Country

NCI FM is proud to present the Legendary Ladies of Country Music!

Join us on March 10th at the Burton Cummings Theatre and celebrate the music and memories of Dolly, Patsy, Loretta – The Legendary Ladies of Country Music, spanning three decades of the iconic songs of country music’s all-time legends Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton.

Join us for an unforgettable evening of live music featuring their number one hits, including I Will Always Love You, Jolene, Walking After Midnight, I Fall to Pieces, Coal Miner’s Daughter, Blue Kentucky Girl and many more legendary favorites!

Stay tuned to Manitoba Mornings with Jordan and Garth from 6-10a , Middays with Davey from 10a -1p and the Stefan Richard Show from 1-6p weekdays, to find out when and how you can win tickets! or get yours NOW at Ticketmaster!