Our Neighbourhoods

Old closed battered brown leather doctors bag for instruments and equipment with a stethoscope draped over the top on white

Health care funding in Canada is living in the past

Federal and provincial governments should work together to fund pharmacare, dental care and rehabilitation.

A whole other World (of Wheels)

A whole other World (of Wheels)

Honouring the workmanship of racers, mechanics and engineers, while celebrating the many fans of motorsports.

"How to Disappear Completely": 'Part documentary, part memorial, all heart'

“How to Disappear Completely”: ‘Part documentary, part memorial, all heart’

Brilliant one-man play at Berney Theatre is tribute to playwright’s mother who died of cancer.

Let it shine

Let it shine

Solar energy conference reveals how Winnipeg can become a smart solar city.

Ready to learn by learning to read

Ready to learn by learning to read

Celebrating three years of improving early learning and school readiness for the more than 3,500 young children living in the Point Douglas neighbourhood.

Banking on credit unions

Banking on credit unions

As Canada’s big banks are accused of seemingly unscrupulous sales tactics, credit unions are quietly gaining ground with consumers.

Manitoba Hydro Building and also one of the top Information and Communication Technology ICT companies in Manitoba

International forum on intelligent, digital communities coming to Winnipeg

World’s top thinkers to gather in Winnipeg to exchange ideas on how to use technology to create smarter cities.

Young philanthropists find community in need and those willing to help

Young philanthropists find community in need and those willing to help

Kelvin High School Youth in Philanthropy committee members impressed on first visits to local organizations that help thousands.

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Bitter budgets put pressure on PST policies

Strange history of PST on the prairies likely to get weirder as governments battle deficits.

Disrespected in life, and in death

Disrespected in life, and in death

Surviving families of murdered Indigenous women face the prospects of not being able to afford a decent funeral for their loved ones.