Eighty years ago, author Gabrielle Roy boarded a train in Winnipeg; her journey and her destination were both personal touchstones that would live on in her works.
Photographer and local historian in spare time. Hiked Sinai, kayaked Superior, capsized on the Nahanni. Tracing (slowly) the Trans-Canada Trail across Manitoba by bike.
On a long distance ride, you remember the moments, not the endless road.
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”.
November’s First Friday was busy with art openings in the Exchange District, just in time to beat the snowfall.
Author was proverbial fly on the wall (or more accurately, the child in the wings), sharing memorable vignettes of Winnipeg before the Great War.
An insatiable interest in the lore of the North beckons a southern writer to the restless and constantly moving northern wilderness.
One of the rare nights when downtown Winnipeg “crackles and hums.”
From food truck wars to Ciclovia, live music to local crafters, downtown fest was a huge success.
Much-loved Brandon Folk Music + Art Festival celebrates 33 years with a stellar lineup of local and international talent.
Winnipeg artist Sari Habiluk is flying solo for the first time.