Making violence prevention a priority, one conversation and gesture at a time.
Heather Emberley is a repurposed school counsellor specializing in the psycho-social infrastructure of experience, an EAL teacher, freelance writer and sidekick of Gracie Sweetstory. They are stewards of a Little Free Library and their favourite word is postantineoconceptualizationalisticism.
What becomes of all our stuff when we die?
Changing lives one book at a time.
Cody Severight’s family and friends are still in shock after the 23-year-old was allegedly run over and killed by a drunk off-duty police officer.
Community’s generosity and volunteer effort ensure art sale proceeds go directly to African grandmothers raising orphans whose parents died of AIDS.
Spreading smiles and laughter along Corydon Avenue because “the world needs more of that”.
One wrong step and who knows where you’ll end up! Only your activity tracker will know for sure.
The Fringe – a potpourri in celebration of live theatre – is but one reason Winnipeg is known as ‘Culture Capital of Canada’.
Every adult should take in at least one Kids Fringe show to appreciate the range of subject areas at this year’s Festival.
Talented raconteur’s Fringe play reminds us that “The people with the worst memories still tend to be the most forgotten about.”