By Fred Morris on June 27, 2017
No need to compound past mistakes by building new police station in the entirely wrong spot.
By Armande Martine on June 21, 2017
Canada Games torchbearer Jonathan Niemczak looks forward to upcoming torch relay and to a future dedicated to advocating for LGBTQ2* rights.
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on June 19, 2017
Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Charitable Organizations, Education, Health & Safety, Local Heroes, Religion & Spirituality, Sports | Tagged 60s Scoop, art, competition, education, Elders, Indigenous, Manito Ahbee, pow wow, reconciliation, Seven Sacred Teachings, sports | Leave a response
For 16-year-old superstar athlete Aiyana Hart, Manito Ahbee Festival is a way of life.
By Roger Currie on June 19, 2017
League’s approach to players use of marijuana underscores differences between Canadian football and the NFL.
By Anne Hawe on June 14, 2017
Canada Games YouthBuild MITT partnership helps reduce ‘To Do’ list for event organizers.
By Roger Currie on June 12, 2017
A champion of many causes, Albert Henry George Grey may best be remembered for a silver cup he bought for $50 in 1909.
By Roger Currie on June 5, 2017
Journalists privileged to be in the front row as history unfolds.
By Roger Currie on June 2, 2017
When governments fund football stadiums instead of children’s hospitals, philanthropists have to step in.
By Immad Shah on May 31, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, Sports, Stories of Giving | Tagged Children's Rehabilitation Foundation, Rehabilitation Centre for Children, St. Paul's High School, Youth in Philanthropy | Leave a response
St. Paul’s High School students learn how their generosity can help disabled children live as independently as possible.