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 Jessica Ollinik on April 25, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Philanthropy, Stories of Giving | Tagged Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba, D'Arcy's A.R.C., Manitoba Printmakers Association, Shaftesbury High School, Winnipeg, Women's Health Clinic, youth, Youth in Philanthropy | Leave a response
Youth in Philanthropy experience opened our eyes to difficulties people face, and inspired us to continue to help.
By Anne Hawe on April 22, 2017
Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Environment | Tagged art, bloom, Borys, Chapple, flowers, Gallery, Hazel, Heider, Hennie Corrin, Holly, horticultural, in, therapeutic, therapy, Winnipeg | Leave a response
“Art In Bloom”, a festival of fine art and flowers, celebrates spring by pairing elaborate floral arrangements with beautiful art, at Winnipeg Art Gallery this weekend.
By Julien Cooper on April 18, 2017
Posted in Charitable Organizations, Economy & Business, Environment, Health & Safety, Our Neighbourhoods, Politics, Safety, Stories of Giving | Tagged conversations, Manitoba, persist, poverty, social issues, University, visionary | Leave a response
Recent UofM Visionary Conversation focused on reasons so many Canadians live in poverty.
By Fred Morris on April 6, 2017
Bus service must expand for visitors to use public transportation to Canada Games events in and around Winnipeg.
By Trevor Smith on March 28, 2017
Solar energy conference reveals how Winnipeg can become a smart solar city.
By Deanna Ng on March 27, 2017
World’s top thinkers to gather in Winnipeg to exchange ideas on how to use technology to create smarter cities.
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 Nicole Letourneau and Mary Lougheed on March 14, 2017
Hospitals need to stop accepting free or reduced-cost formula and adopt World Health Organization guidelines.