Nowhere to go

Nowhere to go

Seriously sensitive to everyday environments, artist Marie LeBlanc desperately seeks safe housing.

Coal mine canary flies into The Pas

Coal mine canary flies into The Pas

From Martha Street Studios to The Pas, local artist showcases exhibition about barriers faced by artists who are disabled.

'Be authentic' was clear message during Pride Week

‘Be authentic’ was clear message during Pride Week

LGBTQ community celebrates successful Pride Week with colourful, vibrant parade.

Performance art shines light on those 'living in a bubble'

Performance art shines light on those ‘living in a bubble’

Access to safe, affordable housing one of many challenges for sufferers of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.

Canary In The Coal Mine Exhibition runs Mar. 4 to Apr. 18 at Martha Street Studio.

An opening in a world filled with barriers

Martha Street Studio spearheads unique program connecting to artists with disabilities.

Fundraiser combines art sale with holiday carnival

Fundraiser combines art sale with holiday carnival

Martha Street Studio Members Show and Holiday Carnival has great art for sale along with unique fundraising events.

Annual PJ Drive keeps kids warm

Annual PJ Drive keeps kids warm

As winter weather settles in, the public is invited to help keep the cold out by donating new pajamas.

The future of growing food

The future of growing food

Imagine growing fresh food indoors all year long even in the harshest of weather conditions.

When everything makes you sick

When everything makes you sick

International resolution highlights severity and prevalence of people’s sensitivity to chemicals in the environment, and the need to address challenges they face.

Green Party focuses on creating healthy, sustainable environments

Green Party focuses on creating healthy, sustainable environments

Winnipeg-Centre candidate Don Woodstock says his party’s policies on issues such as poverty, homelessness and healthcare will make Canadians and the environment healthier.