Bartley Kives, Winnipeg Free Press

Bartley Kives

Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

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Past articles by Bartley:

Family, friends bid sad farewell

WEST ST. PAUL — A father and son killed in a head-on snowmobile collision lay in caskets insid... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

The battle of the heavyweights

On Friday, American drone-music purveyor Stephen O’Malley will premiere his new work Un vide dans le ciel at the finale of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra’s 2016 New Music Festival. “Doom metal” is among the terms used to describe his music over the years. → Read More

Province lacked justification in buying Tiger Dams without tender: Ombudsman

A Manitoba Ombudsman investigation into the aborted provincial purchase of Tiger Dams has concluded ... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

PCs promise to review funds in 'needlessly complex' stadium deal

Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives say they'll re-examine the financing for Investors Group Field ... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

While most support relocating city’s rail lines, many doubt it will happen

Most Manitobans like the idea of moving rail lines out of Winnipeg, but many remain skeptical reloca... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Interest charges mounting on Investors Group Field construction loans

The cost of building and financing Investors Group Field has risen to $235 million and is expected t... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Bombers make payment on stadium, still decades before debt paid off

The Winnipeg Football Club has made another $4.5-million payment toward the cost of building Investors Group Field, the two-year-old stadium at the University of Manitoba's Fort Garry campus, but it will be decades before the debt is paid off. The Blue Bombers announced Wednesday they've made their second annual payment to Triple B Stadium, the shell company that owns the stadium. → Read More

Eyewear company suing Manitoba Blue Cross for alleged botched business deal

A Winnipeg eyewear-technology company is suing Manitoba Blue Cross for at least $9.1 million in a lawsuit that alleges the insurance company reneged on a deal to create a direct-billing system and used confidential information to create one of its own. In a statement of claim filed on Oct. → Read More

Selinger remains optimistic about election despite poll that puts NDP in third

Premier Greg Selinger says it’s no surprise to see his NDP in third place in Manitoba, but pre... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Poll puts NDP in third place, trailing behind leading Tories

For the first time in 20 years, a poll of voter preferences suggests the New Democratic Party is in ... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Most of us are fine with deficit spending, provincial poll suggest

A new Probe Research poll suggests deficit-spending on infrastructure is OK with a majority of Manit... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Temporary concrete barriers placed around new downtown police HQ

Concrete barriers are now in place around Winnipeg’s new police headquarters, but the eyesores... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Liberals also considering upper-end surtax

Two out of Manitoba’s three largest political parties are considering a high-income surtax going into an election year. The Manitoba Liberals have joined the governing New Democratic Party in mulling the possibility of raising taxes on the highest earners, similar to the manner in which the Trudeau Liberal government in Ottawa has promised an upper-end surtax. → Read More

Three levels of government reach agreement to build Shoal Lake 40 road

All three levels of government have formalized their agreement to build a road to the Ontario First ... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Canadian Taxpayers Federation wants feds to investigate Tiger Dams purchase

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is calling on Ottawa investigate the purchase of Tiger Dams after an access-to-information request suggested the bidding process specified only this flood-fighting product could be purchased. This spring, Interlake Reserves Tribal Council bought Tiger Dams using $5-million worth of federal funds. → Read More

Push to eco-certify big three lakes

The provincial fisheries biologist who sounded the alarm about Lake Winnipeg walleye stocks has been moved to a new Winnipeg-based eco-certification team from his post in Gimli.Lake Winnipeg fisheries manager Geoff Klein said in August the walleye population was down in Manitoba's largest lake and predicted it would decline further because of commercial fishing. → Read More

Selinger uses speech to reiterate NDP's economic record

Premier Greg Selinger made a plea for another term in office during a campaign-style state-of-the-pr... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

WPS shows off new headquarters

Seven years after the Winnipeg Police Service first started kicking the tires at downtown's former C... - Local - Winnipeg Free Press. → Read More

Foodies wait hours for outdoor restaurant tickets

Winnipeggers lined up before dawn in the Exchange District on Sunday for their pick of seats this winter at Raw: almond, the restaurant on the river ice near The Forks. By the time the $120-a-plate tickets went on sale at 9 a.m., the line of would-be patrons stretched for a block and a half from Princess Street restaurant Deer + Almond. → Read More

Tickets for RAW:almond, the restaurant on ice, go on sale Sunday morning

Keep your Sunday morning free if you covet a seating this winter at RAW:almond, the restaurant that sets up on the river ice near The Forks. Tickets for the river restaurant’s fourth season, which runs from Jan. → Read More