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What would you do for love?

What would you do for love?

RMTC features Things We Do For Love, celebrating Alan Ayckbourn, a playwright ahead of his time and famous for his comedy, satire and political thought.

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Measuring peace

Measuring peace

World Peace Index to be adopted in Zimbabwe; local Peace Partners aim to have index measure Winnipeg as a Positive Peace Community.

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Retail shell game

Retail shell game

Ikea magic still working, Target a bad memory, while Rona is swallowed up by Lowe’s: it’s a shifting retail landscape.

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Taking it upon himself to 'just do it'

Taking it upon himself to ‘just do it’

Man spends life saving victims of child exploitation and human trafficking, believing one person with courage is all it takes.

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Driverless cars – The hidden costs

Driverless cars – The hidden costs

While consumers may eventually love them, self-driving vehicles could be a financial disaster for local governments.

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Winnipeg positioned to inspire Positive Peace worldwide

Winnipeg positioned to inspire Positive Peace worldwide

City seen as leading example of how to build a peace community.

Closeup of male hand signing mortgage or other important legal or business document.

Toward a true health accord

New federal government set to change the landscape of health care policy in Canada.

Ghomeshi trial not really about justice

Ghomeshi trial not really about justice

It seems little has changed for women trying to get legal satisfaction in cases of alleged sexual assault.

Local artist promotes mental health awareness

Local artist promotes mental health awareness

The online popularity of the song “Hold On” may help change negative attitudes towards people suffering from mental health illnesses.

Charities and coaches step up to the plate for first Fast Pitch event

Charities and coaches step up to the plate for first Fast Pitch event

River City 360 podcast gets into the thick of it at unique community competition event.

The finer art of making tea

The finer art of making tea

For tea artist and sommelier, Si Chen, every detail in a tea ceremony is important.

Connecting to higher self and to deeper sense of purpose

Connecting to higher self and to deeper sense of purpose

Free meditation classes continue in February, encouraging participants to find the truth of one’s being and to improve overall health.

"Table Manners" featured at AyckbournFest

“Table Manners” featured at AyckbournFest

Local troupe set to serve up big laughs with comedic production.