Manitoba by the Book: Minneapolis to York Factory by canoe

Manitoba by the Book: Minneapolis to York Factory by canoe

Two Minneapolis boys set out to paddle to Hudson Bay on an ambitious journey by a pair who had dreams of “Indians and rapids and Mounted Police”.

The Big One:  a “striking” installation on Market Avenue.

A flurry of opening nights

November’s First Friday was busy with art openings in the Exchange District, just in time to beat the snowfall.

Open Doors visitors try out the Walker’s giant stage in 2016

Manitoba by the Book: Behind the Curtain at the Walker Theatre

Author was proverbial fly on the wall (or more accurately, the child in the wings), sharing memorable vignettes of Winnipeg before the Great War.

A frontier going but not yet gone: "Sleeping Island" by P. G. Downes

A frontier going but not yet gone: “Sleeping Island” by P. G. Downes

An insatiable interest in the lore of the North beckons a southern writer to the restless and constantly moving northern wilderness.

Culture Days After Dark: Nuit Blanche 2017

Culture Days After Dark: Nuit Blanche 2017

One of the rare nights when downtown Winnipeg “crackles and hums.”

Manyfest attracts thousands with varied offerings

Manyfest attracts thousands with varied offerings

From food truck wars to Ciclovia, live music to local crafters, downtown fest was a huge success.

The Festival next door

The Festival next door

Much-loved Brandon Folk Music + Art Festival celebrates 33 years with a stellar lineup of local and international talent.

The Golden Hour at cre8ery

The Golden Hour at cre8ery

Winnipeg artist Sari Habiluk is flying solo for the first time.

cre8ery Director Jordan Miller makes last minute touch-ups for fundraiser.

Artists step up for ‘Strength by Numbers’ at cre8ery

A mainstay in the local art community kicks off major fundraiser on First Friday, Apr. 7.

On the border: riding the 49th to Emerson

On the border: riding the 49th to Emerson

Summer bike trip offers unique glimpse at world’s longest undefended border.