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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 4, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE A11 winnipegfreepress. com WINNIPEG WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 A 11 Actual items may not be exactly as shown. Items vary by location. All prices subject to PST and GST. Prices subject to change without notice. While supplies last. Please drink responsibly. ® ™ Trademarks of AIR MILES International Trading B. V. Used under license by LoyaltyOne, Co. and Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation. ® THIS EASTER WEEKEND EARN SANTA JULIA MAGNA ( ARGENTINA) $ 17.99 750ml # 9803 GRAFFIGNA CENTERARIO RESERVE PINOT GRIGIO ( ARGENTINA) $ 13.99 750ml # 6730 Earn Bonus AIR MILES ® reward miles with these great offers! LiquorMarts. ca April 1- 6, 2015 SNAP DRAGON CHARDONNAY ( CALIFORNIA) $ 10.99 750ml # 9932 TIERRY & GUY FAT BASTARD MERLOT ( FRANCE) $ 16.00 750ml # 1145 PELEE ISLAND PINOT NOIR ( CANADA) $ 13.95 750ml # 135939 JACOB’S CREEK SIMPLY RED ( AUSTRALIA) $ 13.79 750ml # 16098 UNDURRAGA U SAUVIGNON BLANC ( CHILE) $ 11.99 750ml # 16883 BONUS reward miles 25 BONUS reward miles 17 BONUS reward miles 15 BONUS reward miles 15 BONUS reward miles 15 BONUS reward miles 14 BONUS reward miles 12 GOOSE ISLAND MATILDA ( BELGIAN STYLE ALE) Wild in character with a slightly fruity aroma and a spicy yeast flavour that is as unique as it is satisfying - Matilda is an intriguing choice for beer and wine lovers alike. Dry and quenching, it’s the perfect accompaniment at the dining table. $ 8.71 ( plus container deposit) 765ml # 765737 GOOSE ISLAND SOFIE ( BELGIAN STYLE ALE) Fermented with wild yeasts and aged in Chardonnay barrels with fresh orange peel. Sofie is a tart, dry champagne coloured ale with a subtle white pepper note, citrus flavours and a creamy vanilla finish. $ 8.71 ( plus container deposit) 765ml # 765735 ONE TIME PURCHASE ( LIMITED QUANTITIES) OPEN EASTER MONDAY Extended shopping hours this weekend* Visit LiquorMarts. ca/ hours for details. * some exclusions apply 103 RD GREY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP NOVEMBER 29 Buy season tickets and secure seats for the Championship Game! NOVEMBER 25– 29 1 0 3 G R E Y C U P F E S T I VA L . C A # G R E Y C U P F E S T I VA L VISIT BLUEBOMBERS. COM OR CALL 204 784.7448 M BERS. N 35 Melnick Road, Winnipeg MB www. guertinequipment. com ph: 204- 255- 0260 LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST IN AN ALUMA CRAFT 2015 Alumacraft 175Voyageur with a 115 4stroke Engine and Trailer $ 32,995 or $ 120 Bi- Weekly OAC POPE ADDRESSES MASSES A33 G OOD Friday brought out thousands of attendees for the annual Public Way of the Cross. The service began at the St. Edward the Confessor church at 836 Arlington St. in the West End, with about 2,000 participants. “ It was a good walk, I thought,” said Archbishop Richard Gagnon, who started off leading the 28th annual walk while helping carry the wooden cross. “ It is well- organized, there were a lot of different people from a lot of different ages, but I think it is good,” Gagnon said. Gagnon said carrying the cross is a traditional, symbolic way for Christians to draw closer to the meaning of Good Friday — a tradition that carries from country to country. Originally from the Philippines, Joy Almanzor attended the service with her family for the second time. “ Despite the weather, we were able to manage the ( walk),” Almanzor said. “ It’s a tradition for us, and it was a good experience for me to do it in Canada.” People bundled up for the 1.5- kilometre walk as temperatures remained at a chilly - 10 C Friday morning. “ I was glad there was a lot of sunshine,” said Margot Lavoie. While not an annual attendee, the senior said she wanted to walk this year because it was in her neighbourhood. “ It was very moving... I found it especially moving because it was in my neighbourhood, and I felt as though I was walking with those who could not be there,” Lavoie said. The walk lasted just under two hours, as attendees sang hymns and stopped for five separate readings. And the religious weekend is just starting for Catholics, said Gagnon. Throughout the weekend, there was a Passion service at 3 p. m. on Friday, mass this evening and the Easter services on Sunday. jenna. dulewich@ freepress. mb. ca Thousands brave chill for Way of the Cross By Jenna Dulewich DAVID LIPNOWSKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Archbishop Richard Gagnon leads the Way of the Cross from St. Edward the Confessor church Friday. WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Easter was also marked at Winnipeg’s Agape Table Thursday. Georgina Bighetty and her children, Adam, 5, and Ariana, 4, enjoy the Easter meal of turkey and ham. A_ 11_ Apr- 04- 15_ FP_ 01. indd A11 4/ 3/ 15 9: 09: 40 PM

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