By Greg Petzold on October 16, 2017
An insatiable interest in the lore of the North beckons a southern writer to the restless and constantly moving northern wilderness.
By Anette Lillevang Kristiansen on October 5, 2017
Nearly 400 years after those cold, fateful days in northern Manitoba, Danish filmmaker Ole Japp finally finishes film that’s been years in the making.
By Roger Currie on September 25, 2017
Canadian PM’s address to UN General Assembly focuses on domestic issues, ignores international crises threatening global security.
By Leslie Malkin on September 22, 2017
Spirits of devoted “Mooners” weren’t dampened by the rain—they just danced even harder.
By Roger Currie on September 19, 2017
Extent and timeliness of relief efforts depend on each island’s former colonial master.
By Armande Martine on September 14, 2017
Recent trek west makes it clear why Saskatchewan is “Land of the living skies”.
By Leslie Malkin on September 13, 2017
Every September, the tiny town of Clearwater, Manitoba, hosts the wildly popular Harvest Moon Festival, bringing together urban and rural communities.
By Donna Marion on September 12, 2017
Another stereotype bit the dust in August when artists living and working in rural Manitoba were highlighted in two successful community events.
By Armande Martine on September 7, 2017
Campagne family farm in Saskatchewan marks 10 years of hosting Willow Bunch Farm Fest as Manitobans cross border for celebrations.