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 August 21, 2017
In several Manitoba neighbourhoods, tall grass prairie is on its way back, even just in a small way.
By Susan Huebert on August 16, 2017
Celebration and dancing central to Folklorama’s German and Philippine pavilions.
By Susan Huebert on August 15, 2017
Folklorama lets visitors go from an energetic Caribbean feel to a more classical style, in just a few minutes.
By Susan Huebert on August 11, 2017
With good food, energetic dances, storytelling, and more, the First Nations pavilion is well worth visiting.
By Susan Huebert on August 3, 2017
Without volunteer rideshare, the lives of many inmates and their families could be very bleak.
By Susan Huebert on August 2, 2017
Inner-city initiatives provide info about food, space to grow gardens, and the opportunity for residents to consume fresh, high quality products.
By Susan Huebert on May 24, 2017
Posted in Economy & Business, Environment, Food, Health & Safety, Outside Winnipeg, Politics, Science & Technology | Tagged airships, cargo, food costs, ice roads, infrastructure, northern Canada, transportation | Leave a response
As climate change forces the development of alternative methods of shipping goods to the north, airships emerge as a possible option.
By Susan Huebert on May 15, 2017
Canadians may be surprised to find out the Canada Pension Plan has more than $3.5 billion invested in mining, tobacco, weapons, and oil companies.
By Susan Huebert on April 29, 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.