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 Roger Currie on April 21, 2017
Nearly 100 days into his presidency and the list of issues that he seems to find ‘amazingly complicated’ is growing.
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 Roger Currie on April 17, 2017
Conservative leadership hopeful voices concerns over legalization of cannabis.
By Vivian Ketchum on April 10, 2017
What I really want is for people to understand me.
By Roger Currie on April 10, 2017
“Never Again” seems a bit hollow when we consider what’s still going on in places like Syria and South Sudan.
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 Cameron Lozinski on April 6, 2017
Local petition responds to Senator Lynn Beyak’s controversial remarks about Residential Schools.
By Suzanne Tough and Nicole Letourneau on April 4, 2017
Governments should be investing in youth mentorship programs to help build an inclusive, supportive society.