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A monument to giving

A monument to giving

2015 was the year The Winnipeg Foundation officially unveiled the Alloway Arch and Widow’s Mite Fountain at The Forks.

Here's hoping 'common sense' takes hold in 2016

Here’s hoping ‘common sense’ takes hold in 2016

Teen’s ‘affluenza’ defence shows stupidity knows no bounds.

Rich history of holiday lighting in city's downtown

Rich history of holiday lighting in city’s downtown

Hanging festive decorations on Portage Avenue a long held tradition in “Christmas Capital of Canada”.

Calling Down the Sky a timely, masterful book

Calling Down the Sky a timely, masterful book

Manitoba Cree broadcaster and writer releases painful, beautiful book of poetry that every Canadian should read.

Captain Cook

Captain Cook

Superstar Jonathan Toews says good nutrition is the reason for his success; and it also inspired him to be an ambassador for the Nourishing Potential Fund at The Winnipeg Foundation.

Knitted memories

Knitted memories

A gift of knitted mitts at Christmas time conjures up thoughts and feelings of a hometown far away: the click of knitting needles, the smell of moose meat frying on the stove, the taste of fancy molasses on homemade baked bread.

Glenn and Cynthia Hildebrand.

Thoughtful and generous

Donors share insights into giving.

New parks and protected areas a welcome gift for Manitobans

New parks and protected areas a welcome gift for Manitobans

Large areas of the province’s wilderness will be protected forever.

Canadian Law Lawsuit And Justice

Canadians should modernize not privatize medicare

“Sunny ways” are overcast by recent developments at the provincial level that entrench and legitimize two-tier care.

Winnipeg's unique culture of generosity

Winnipeg’s unique culture of generosity

Siloam Mission’s Judy Richichi is optimistic heading into a major capital campaign to tackle homelessness and poverty.