By Sean Conway on July 20, 2017
Centennial anniversary of First World War battle at Vimy Ridge resonates with local Army Cadet Corp on a visit to this historic site.
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on July 10, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, Local Heroes, Stories of Giving | Tagged Access Downtown, big books, early years, education, Janet Simpson Books for Kids Fund, literacy, Point Douglas. Moe the Mouse, reading, Speech-Language Pathologist, Very READ-y, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority | Leave a response
Janet Simpson aims to empower parents by giving them ownership over their family’s literacy.
By Kristi Nikkel on July 4, 2017
Many, like Michael Champagne, are stepping back and are asking themselves, “What are we really celebrating?”
By Armande Martine on June 26, 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 Julien Cooper on May 25, 2017
Women recognized for their courage, determination and hard work in making our community better.
By Heather Emberley / Gracie Sweetstory on May 3, 2017
Remembering the retired teacher who lived her commitment to social justice when she pioneered the concept of a food bank in Winnipeg.
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on April 25, 2017
“Her goal in life was to help make people aware of the power of music and to awaken their souls to its beauty and in turn bring out excellence in all she inspired.”
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on March 21, 2017
Posted in Downtown, Education, Health & Safety, History, Local Heroes, Stories of Giving | Tagged Broadway, donors, downtown, Dr. Gordon Chown, Great-West Life, history, Kelekis, language, Manitoba Stroke Recovery Association, Margaret Morse, Masters in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, Scholarships, skating, speech pathology, The Winnipeg Foundation, university of manitoba, Winnipeg, Winnipeg Children's Hospital, Winnipeg General Hospital | Leave a response
Through her hard work and perseverance, Margaret Morse has changed the lives of many.