Search the Winnipeg Free Press website using the search box at the top right-hand corner of any page. Words, numbers and phrases can be used as search terms. Each word must be at least three letters long.
For more options, try our Advanced Search page, which allows you to limit your search by section, date, and other options.
The search engine is not case sensitive. You will get the same results for Winnipeg, winnipeg, WINNIPEG and WiNnIpEg.
To search for an exact phrase, enclose the phrase in quotation marks. For example, searching for John Smith will return all stories that include the word "john" AND all stories with "smith." On the other hand, searching for: "John Smith" will return only items containing the exact term "john smith".
Make sure you search for words that will appear in the story you're trying to find. For example, if you want to know who won last night's hockey game between the Winnipeg Jets and the Pittsburgh Pengins, you're more likely to find the story using the search: "Winnipeg Jets" than by searching for: Who won last night's hockey game? Since the phrase "Winnipeg Jets" will certainly be in the story, but the words "who," "last," and "night's" might not be in the story.
Results are ordered by date, with the most recent items at the top. Click "Relevancy" to reorder by how many times your search term(s) appear on the page and where they appear on the page.
If you are not getting the results you expect, ensure that your search terms are spelled correctly. The search looks for the exact word you type.
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