Sport is helping immigrants adapt to their new life in Canada, thanks to a grant to True Sport from the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th.
Nolan Bicknell is a videographer, journalist, and filmmaker from Russell, MB.
He is currently a Communications Coordinator at The Winnipeg Foundation where he creates and edits video & radio content, as well as manages social media accounts.
You can follow Nolan on Twitter @NolanBicknell
Société historique de Saint-Boniface makes it easier to access troves of historical information, including scores of Indigenous documents previously hidden away.
However the tragic events are described – a battle, a massacre, an incident – the monument helps us understand the painful process of building a nation.
Kal Barteski loves polar bears so much she’s decided to make it part of her life’s work to preserve and protect them.
If we want to be proud of who we are and where we come from, justice for Shoal Lake 40 is paramount.
A decade after arriving in Winnipeg, South Sudanese refugee is reaching out to make a difference.
Human Rights Day 2015 underscores importance of respecting rights and freedoms all year long.
Second annual game-a-thon for charity raises more than $3000 with help from The Winnipeg Foundation.
Baby’s life inspires creation of Foundation that will help others forever.
Winnipeggers can choose from more than a dozen guided walks across the city presented in an innovative and uniquely neighbourly fashion.