I am a writer and editor with published articles on travel, science, technology, and other topics. Currently, I am working at a small archives in addition to my freelance writing and editing work.
By Susan Huebert on April 27, 2017
Posted in Education, Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Politics, Reviews, Stories of Giving | Tagged bullying, communication, communication tools, discrimination, Key Communication Tools for Peace Literacy, paul k. chappell, peace, peace literacy, peaceful revolution, peacemaking, prejudice | 2 Responses
American peace educator visits Winnipeg and delivers inspiring messages on meaningful peacemaking.
By Susan Huebert on March 22, 2017
Posted in Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Politics, Science & Technology | Tagged agribusiness, contamination, drinking water, industry, natural resources, resource extraction, World Water Day | Leave a response
Even water-wealthy Canada cannot afford to take fresh water for granted.
By Susan Huebert on March 7, 2017
University of Winnipeg’s “Puppy Days” helps people dial back the stress of busy lives.
By Susan Huebert on February 21, 2017
Fun and lighthearted take on Agatha Christie’s famous mystery.
By Susan Huebert on February 14, 2017
Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Culture, Downtown | Tagged Agatha Christie, Dramatic Arts Centre, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Master Playwright Festival, mystery stories, plays, The Mousetrap | Leave a response
Agatha Christie’s most famous play skillfully performed at ChristieFest 2017.
By Susan Huebert on January 30, 2017
MJ Bockarie’s skill with words proves storytelling can come even at an early age.
By Susan Huebert on January 24, 2017
Giving people the chance to live full lives with decent incomes while helping build bridges between communities.
By Susan Huebert on December 5, 2016
Posted in Culture, Downtown, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Philanthropy, Politics | Tagged Anti-poverty activism, Basic Income Symposium, Dauphin experiment, Equality, Low-income Canadians, Winnipeg Harvest, Working-age Canadians | Leave a response
The idea is that every person in the country would receive enough money to live on, thereby reducing their reliance on costly social programs.
By Susan Huebert on November 14, 2016
Films document injustices in the world, energizing viewers to advocate for new forms of solidarity among people and accountability from leaders.