Local folk fest attracts out of province fans

Local folk fest attracts out of province fans

Campagne family farm in Saskatchewan marks 10 years of hosting Willow Bunch Farm Fest as Manitobans cross border for celebrations.

Carrying the torch with pride

Carrying the torch with pride

Canada Games torchbearer Jonathan Niemczak looks forward to upcoming torch relay and to a future dedicated to advocating for LGBTQ2* rights.

Hé Ho, Bistros and Riel

Hé Ho, Bistros and Riel

Franco Manitoban destinations, such as La Belle Baguette, operated by chef-owner Alix Loiselle, prepare to welcome visitors to 2017 Canada Summer Games.

Normalizing the different while having plenty of fun

Normalizing the different while having plenty of fun

Rainbow Harmony Project’s Annual Diversity Dinner highlights the power of music in creating a more accepting society.

Rainbow Harmony Project Spring concert 2015. /RHP

Choir’s changing membership may reflect shift in society

Now in its 17th year, Winnipeg’s LGBT Choir – Rainbow Harmony Project – attracts gay and straight members, perhaps signaling a change in societal attitudes.

RBC showed its support at this year's Pride Parade in Winnipeg. /MARIE LEBLANC

Business befriends the pink dollar

It took decades for the advertising industry to market to LGBT consumers – a community that spends more than $800 billion a year.

Dutch treat - the plain bicycle plan

Dutch treat – the plain bicycle plan

Holland’s devotion to cycling has many wondering why we don’t have this kind of bike culture in Canada, and is prompting one couple to ship 100 sturdy, reliable Dutch bikes to be sold in Winnipeg.

Tiny homes make big dreams come true as minimalist living quarters become popular

Tiny homes make big dreams come true as minimalist living quarters become popular

Want to be mortgage free, have minimal energy and maintenance costs, but still be a home owner? Building a tiny house may be the answer.