Eighty years ago, author Gabrielle Roy boarded a train in Winnipeg; her journey and her destination were both personal touchstones that would live on in her works.
Trudeau is urged to demand human rights assessments be included in any new trade deals negotiated with the Chinese.
On a long distance ride, you remember the moments, not the endless road.
Canada 150 celebration features volunteer uber lighting project to rejuvenate Selkirk’s old downtown.
Two Minneapolis boys set out to paddle to Hudson Bay on an ambitious journey by a pair who had dreams of “Indians and rapids and Mounted Police”.
Janelle Nadeau Ensemble set to breathe new life into classic songs, just in time for the holidays.
The freedom at stake in the nuclear issue is life itself.
The Province of Manitoba joins The Winnipeg Foundation to offer the biggest stretch available during the 24-Hour Giving Challenge.
Spring trip to remote Magdalen Islands: a beautiful way to celebrate Canada 150.
It goes way beyond the casting couch, and it’s by no means limited to the world of show business.