Health & Safety
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 Shannon Sampert on May 17, 2017
The mid-life crisis no one seems to want to talk about.
By Marie LeBlanc on May 12, 2017
To commemorate Multiple Sensitivity Awareness Day, local artist projects painful quotes from MCS sufferers on the walls of the Centennial Concert Hall.
By Sandy Klowak on May 9, 2017
Transit expert Jarrett Walker kicks off series of events exploring how to make Winnipeg Transit more customer-focused.
By Robert Zirk on May 9, 2017
It may only take an hour and a half to build a little free library, but the community that builds around it lasts for years to come.
By Vivian Ketchum on May 4, 2017
When I discovered I could no longer swallow solid foods, the challenge was figuring out how to survive.
By Tatenda Gurure on May 2, 2017
Challenging racist thinking to combat stereotypes that cause people to miss out on the individuality of others.
By Wendy Myers on May 2, 2017
Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Charitable Organizations, Downtown, Education, Health & Safety | Tagged choral benefit concert, Margaret's Choir, mental health, stigma, Winnipeg Youth Chorus | Leave a response
Two choral powerhouses join forces to present “HOPE” – a benefit concert in support of mental health services.
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 Donalda Johnson on April 27, 2017
With May as Celiac Awareness Month, the impact of this disease on the aging population is a major concern.