By Amy Rebecca Harrison on June 28, 2017
Festival features 134 diverse and acclaimed films, 72 short films, 26 documentary feature films, and 36 fiction feature films from all over the world.
By Roger Currie on June 26, 2017
Manitoba Premier’s commemorative bike ride to Peguis First Nation misses the mark as he fails to meet with band members.
By Christine Ahrens on June 23, 2017
Kal Barteski and 17 other artists traveled to the Northern town to create beautiful public murals.
By Roger Currie on June 23, 2017
As Churchill residents ask, “What about us?”, many in the south are silent.
By Roger Currie on June 16, 2017
Crisis in Churchill showing us just how bad things might get up north.
By Roger Currie on June 12, 2017
A champion of many causes, Albert Henry George Grey may best be remembered for a silver cup he bought for $50 in 1909.
By Don Rogers on June 6, 2017
Bulrushes commemorates Canada 150 by focusing on profound contributions of country’s printmakers.
By Roger Currie on June 2, 2017
When governments fund football stadiums instead of children’s hospitals, philanthropists have to step in.
By Kimberley Ens Manning and Julie Temple Newhook on May 31, 2017
Transgender women face high rates of physical, sexual and fatal violence.
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.