By Fred Morris on March 16, 2017
Former city councillor was a dedicated, accessible politician, known for his pursuit of social justice.
By Fred Morris on March 7, 2017
Eight of 15 city councillors use their Community Incentive Grants to support Habitat Project despite city report recommending against it.
By Fred Morris on February 22, 2017
City Council should ensure the need for new police and fire facilities is addressed.
By Fred Morris on February 15, 2017
Winnipeg goaltender Charlie Gardiner’s accomplishments should have earned him a spot on the list.
By Fred Morris on February 2, 2017
A Manitoba Liberal Government, under Premier Douglas Campbell, introduced first-past-the-post more than half a century ago, and lost an ensuing provincial election under the new system.
By Fred Morris on January 30, 2017
Earlier this month, long time NDP politician, Saul Cherniack, celebrated a milestone birthday with friends and family.
By Fred Morris on January 4, 2017
History of EI reveals how far Federal Government has strayed from original purpose of helping working Canadians.
By Fred Morris on December 22, 2016
Lack of transit service to MTS Iceplex is an embarrassment to the City of Winnipeg.
By Fred Morris on December 2, 2016
Winnipeg’s parking sign ambiguities create ‘parking ticket traps’ unlike other cities with clearly marked signage.
By Fred Morris on November 16, 2016
Four District Model, passed by city council in 2003, closed several local police stations, yet built just two of three promised neighbourhood stations.