Shirley Kowalchuk is a Winnipeg writer.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on May 22, 2017
The Dennis Carter Collection — one of the most revealing architectural collections anywhere — offers fascinating look at the heyday of Winnipeg’s architectural design.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on April 12, 2017
50th anniversary world tour of one the greatest albums ever recorded, plays The Burt in Winnipeg this weekend.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on December 9, 2016
City’s marathon budget review leaves committee members struggling at 11th hour to get a grasp on their departments’ budget numbers.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on November 9, 2016
While City Council aims for annual inspections of rooming houses, those operating without a license may fall between the cracks.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on October 29, 2016
Historic, ghostly ships in dry dock feature creepy creatures for Museum’s biggest annual fundraiser.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on September 20, 2016
City Council criticized for its plan to demolish some of Winnipeg’s world renowned Brutalist architecture.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on August 30, 2016
Above all the amazing artifacts contained within, the Charleswood Museum is a bastion of community.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on August 16, 2016
History comes alive in Winnipeg neighbourhoods where century-old artifacts detail the vicissitudes of early domestic life.
By Shirley Kowalchuk on August 12, 2016
Where did two 1,000 pound stones used in historic East Kildonan water mill end up?