Manitoba leads the nation in the volume of pork that’s produced for export. The industry says many producers will go out of business, unless government helps them with a $150 million bailout package.
In the tumult and reinvention of journalism, there are moments when the way ahead becomes clearer. One of those moments occurred Tuesday.
This selfless act reminded me that if we all did a random act of kindness each day, what a better place this world would be.
As a charity activist for the past 24 years, I can honestly say that some things take forever, if not longer. Thank you Mr. Winnipeg Bus Driver for providing the impetus!
You just never know the reaction something will generate. I’m not sure what impressed me more – the original story itself, or the overwhelming response to it.
Today, as I was riding a Winnipeg Transit bus from Unicity to Downtown I did not realize that I would be a witness to something amazing.
September’s harvest has provided an opportunity for me to capture a few great moments in the gardens of my neighbourhood.
Winnipeg is considering reducing the speed limit on residential streets from 50 kph to 40. It may just be an idea whose time has come.
This is peak season as local growers gather to sell their produce before winter. And with this activity comes the ongoing debate over whether eating locally grown food is best.
While some of our food is grown and processed locally, most of it travels several hundred to several thousand kilometres before it lands on our plates.