By Vivian Ketchum on October 10, 2017
Public stand against violence towards women and children helps NDP leader regain trust.
By David G. Newman, Q.C. on October 2, 2017
The time has come to get serious in our hometown about Peace Building and War Prevention.
By Vivian Ketchum on September 29, 2017
People don’t see my hidden mental illness – PTSD from my residential school experience – especially when it makes an appearance in public.
By Marie LeBlanc on September 27, 2017
Nuit Blanche features local artist projecting quotes of those suffering from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and other health issues caused by environmental conditions.
By Anne Hawe on September 26, 2017
If dangling modifiers are the bane of your existence, you may want to check out the Manitoba Editors Association to find some like minded enthusiasts.
By Lorraine Pelley on September 26, 2017
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Unique fashion show features historical and current clothing along with accessories from different cultures, highlighting diversity, strength, inclusion, respect, and equality among all citizens.
By Terry Halligan on September 25, 2017
“Start Up Canada Awards” were held in Winnipeg for the first time, highlighting fast growing, economically diverse businesses on the cutting edge.
By Leslie Malkin on September 22, 2017
Spirits of devoted “Mooners” weren’t dampened by the rain—they just danced even harder.
By Susan Huebert on September 20, 2017
Turning a beach covered in discarded life vests into art in order to highlight the plight of millions of refugees.
By David G. Newman, Q.C. on September 18, 2017
Annual Peace Days festival highlights role Winnipeg plays in building peace across the globe.