“For me, it’s good to know how other people interact with these kids and learn from them – sharing our stories makes me feel like I’m not the only one feeling this way.” Alex DiCurzio is a 20-year-old second year education student at the University of Winnipeg. She spends most of her day in a classroom, as…
Residents of the small village of Dunnottar voted to reject a proposed low pressure sewer system project in a referendum that was held on Friday, July 20.
A northern Manitoba First Nation faces off against Manitoba Hydro to bring light to their crisis of overcrowded, unsafe, and inadequate housing.
Should we still be looking to professional athletes to serve as role models for our youth?
The Fringe festival kicked off today in Old Market Square in grand fashion.
Taking place at universities across Canada, Shinerama has grown from a day of shining shoes to the largest student-run charity campaign in Canada.
Just as certain as Manitobans will flock to the fairways this weekend, many will also watch one of the most popular and prestigious tournaments in the world.
Ever find yourself wanting to spend your lunch break listening to beautiful classical music played by world-class musicians?
Lord Stanley’s Cup makes an appearance near Portage la Prairie early Monday evening.
Some of the first citizen journalists to create and post content on Community News Commons have been Red River College students.