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Week two of Folklorama kicks off Sunday

The first week of Folklorama's return to in-person multicultural celebrations is wrapping up, with thousands of Winnipeggers visiting 12 pavilions across the city over the first seven days. Festival organizers say it couldn't have gone better.

Dancers perform at the South Sudanese Pavilion at Folklorama 2022. (CTV News Photo Gary Robson)

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More NCAA leagues to pay women's basketball referees equally

The NCAA earned praise last year when it agreed to pay referees at its men's and women's basketball tournaments equally. The gesture only cost about US$100,000, a tiny fraction of the roughly $900 million networks pay annually to broadcast March Madness.

A referee holds up a ball during the second half of a college basketball game in Minneapolis, on April 1, 2022. (Charlie Neibergall / AP)

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On the Runway: Summer dresses

Fashion and beauty expert Natalie Sexton shows summer dresses that you can wear to different events this season.

Fashion and beauty expert Natalie Sexton shows summer dresses that you can wear to different events this season.

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U.S. Senate passes major bill to fight climate change, cut drug costs

Democrats pushed their election-year economic package to U.S. Senate passage Sunday, a hard-fought compromise less ambitious than U.S. President Joe Biden's original domestic vision but one that still meets deep-rooted party goals of slowing global warming, moderating pharmaceutical costs and taxing immense corporations.

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