Stories of Giving
By Susan Huebert on August 21, 2017
In several Manitoba neighbourhoods, tall grass prairie is on its way back, even just in a small way.
By Sean Conway on August 9, 2017
You’re in Newfoundland, you don’t say. Yes bye, I’m in Corner Brook for some holidays.
By Caley Goray on August 9, 2017
Local artist displays passion for promoting the benefits of artistic expression in terms of physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
By Anne Hawe on August 8, 2017
I could make a sour cherry pie with fresh organic local fruit I had picked myself: a quintessential summer experience.
By Susan Huebert on August 3, 2017
Without volunteer rideshare, the lives of many inmates and their families could be very bleak.
By Dr. Lillian Esses on July 18, 2017
For the first time, clinical psychologists will be joining the medical team as volunteers at the Canada Summer Games, available to assist participants with a wide range of emotionally taxing issues.
By Grace Minsky on July 13, 2017
Youth in Philanthropy Committee at Murdoch MacKay Collegiate discovers a community in need and those willing to help.
By Sheri Glugosh on July 11, 2017
Winnipeg telecommunications provider will install boxes, wires and towers in remote Manitoba First Nations, allowing 17,000 residents in 2,000 homes to finally surf the web.
By Anne Hawe on July 11, 2017
Celebrate Winnipeg’s crowning as “Slurpee Capital of the World” for the 18th year in a row by grabbing a frosty one during Free Slurpee Day on 7-11-2017.
By Stacy Cardigan Smith on July 10, 2017
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Janet Simpson aims to empower parents by giving them ownership over their family’s literacy.