A part of Winnipeg’s event calendar for several years, the Diwali Mela has grown from strength to strength, just like the Indian community in the city.
A facilitation and participation fair presented at the Winnipeg Art Gallery by the Arts and Disability Network of Manitoba receives high praise.
On December 14, the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society holds its first Holiday Concert featuring artists like Flo Oramasionwu who received a Western Canadian Music Award.
Young people from Rossbrook House were enthusiastic participants in a TV ad focused on promoting Nourishing Potential – the endowment fund that provides nutritious food for kids and youth.
Eighty-two cats and 25 kittens were adopted for free from the Winnipeg Humane Society on Friday, November 16th, 2012. In addition, 17 kittens were adopted for a fee of $99 each.
Why do women stay out of municipal politics? Could it be the more brutish, personal style of politics at the municipal level is a factor?
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About 200 Winnipeggers rallied in support of the people of Gaza and for an end to Israel’s bombardment.
As the holiday season approaches, there is an important question that must be asked -where should shopping for holiday gifts be done?
It was a running gag that affected the psyche of the community for many years. While Regina wondered why they can’t have an Olive Garden restaurant, the object of envy in Winnipeg has been IKEA.