Northwest

Prayers for justice at vigil

Prayers for justice at vigil

After two Indigenous women were murdered last week, residents gathered to remember the victims and to call for an end to the violence.

PSB set for demolition despite historic value and impact on sustainability plan. /SHIRLEY KOWALCHUK

An inquiry for what?

City Council should ensure the need for new police and fire facilities is addressed.

Happy 100th birthday, Saul

Happy 100th birthday, Saul

Earlier this month, long time NDP politician, Saul Cherniack, celebrated a milestone birthday with friends and family.

Rainbow Stage – more than just musical theatre

Rainbow Stage – more than just musical theatre

Educational and community programs provided through donor support help non-profit musical theatre company change the lives of Manitobans.

The back of the Pearly Queens jacket

United Kingdom Pavilion – a gathering of the clans

Beautiful music, top notch dancing along with traditional food and must-see cultural displays make this Folklorama Pavilion a worthwhile visit.

Fridrika Bjornsdottir, Icelandic princess.

Manitoba’s forgotten princess

Royal lineage from the Netherlands has little-known Manitoba connection.

Turtle Island by Mark Wagner

Reflections on reconciliation

National Aboriginal Day saw one Winnipeg teacher engaging young people in a dialogue about Canada’s Indigenous reality.

Thriving in the face of adversity

Thriving in the face of adversity

Support from scholarship helps woman turn her life around.

Youth helping youth

Youth helping youth

After their community faced significant challenges regarding mental illness. young philanthropists aim to help other youth avoid similar challenges.